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BOOK    NO. 


Accession 


917.94   0121" 


563940 


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he  Premium  Income  of  this  Branch  Deposited  and  Invested  in  Alameda 


County,  a  Feature  Peculiar  to  this  Company.  • 


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TETJSTEES. 

J.  B.  Marlin-,  T.  B.  Simpson-,  W.  B.  Hardy,       ,   V.  D.  Moody. 

It.  S.  Faurklt.y,  Chauxcey  Taylor. 


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olicies  issued  and  renewed,  losses  adjusted  and  paid,  and  the  business  of  tins  Bram 
attended  to  with  promptness  and  dispatch. 

R.  H.  MACILL,  Manager. 

II.  A.  CRAIG,  Secretary. 


.  W.  HASKILL.  Agent  for  Oakland:  WAGNER  &  CO..  Agents  for  West  Oakland:    M.  McDONALD, 
Agent  for  Berkek   -  E.  M.  SMITH.  Agent  for  Alameda.  • 


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at  518  CLAY  ST..  San  Frr 


John  C  Pelton,  jr. 

917  Broadway,  Oakland, 


RE  1'  EKE  y  C  rS- 

Hon.  A.  J.  Brya'  - 

H.  Kohler, 

P.  H.  Canavw 

W.  O.  Burnet 

Chas.  E.  Mc'ne< 

O.  E.  Mayn  "•. 

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No.    740    FOURTH    STREET 


San  Francisco, 


Berkeley  Land  Offic 

Also,  Berkeley  Water  Works  Coi 

OFFICE  : 

C.  P.  R.  E.  TERMINUS,       -       BERKELE 


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Patronize  a  Solid  Home  Compan 


BISHOP'S 


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CONTAINING   A 


BUSINESS    DIRECTORY 

STREET  GUIDE, 

A  Correct  Map  of  the  City, 


TuGKTHER    WITH 


A  RECORD  OF  THE  CITY  GOVERNMENT, 
Its  Institutions,  etc. 


■ALSO    A  — 


Directory  of  the  town  of  Alameda. 


B.  O.  YAXDALL,  Publisher, 

518  Clay  St/,  S.  F. 

13.    IwT.     BISHOP    &c    CO.,    OOlvt^PILERS. 


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OAKLAND. 


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INDEX  TO  ADVERTISERS. 


Page. 

Pelton  John  C.  Jr inside  front 

cover  and  531 

Philadelphia  Chemical  Dyeing  Works.  580 

Phillips  k  Hochholzer 531 

Piedmont  Springs lower  margin 

Pioneer  Carpet  Beating  Machine 384 

Pioneer  Carriage  Works 567 

Porch  Henry  H B 

Remillard  &  Bros 638 

Richards  W.  A 381 

Robinson  A  384 

Robinson  Henry 480 

Roth  J A 

Russian  Balsamic  Bitters 599 

Ruthardt  Victor 480 

Rutherford  C.  B side  margin 

San  Francisco  Gold  and  Silver  Plating 

Works 627 

Sanford,  Kelsey  &  Co side  margin 

Sanitarium  Baths K 

Schneider  A.J 536 

Sehoonover  &  Co N 

Shepman  W.  E 627 

Sherwin  Joseph 531 

Shuster  &  Niehaus 405 

Sicotte  F D 

Simpson  G.  W 591 

Slate  W.  E 408 

Smith  C.  W.  M 410 


Page. 

Smith  William K 

Sohst  Brothers 567 

Spring  Menzo 532 

St.  Joseph's  Academy 417 

Stanford  Stables B 

Starkweather  &  Son 565 

State  Investment  and  Insurance  Co. . .       597 

Steele  Jas.  G.  &  Co 530 

St'dz  &  Sturm 480 

Sunny  Side  House 539 

Surrvhne  E.  is  Co 427 

Taber  I.  W.  k  Co 429 

Teubner  &  Hoffman E 

Tubbs'  Hotel 442 

Union  Livery  Stable E 

Van  Voorhies  k  Brearty 533 

Vandall  B.  C 479 

Vice  Martin 637 

Walker  T.  L 598 

Washington  Brewery 542 

Weeks  Henry 567 

Welscher  &  Westerman 542 

West  Berkeley  Planing  Mill 405 

Wetmore  J.  L.  k  Co edsje  of  book 

Wheat  CD inside  front  cover 

Whitney  &  Co 58i 

Whitney  A.  D lower  margin 

Wouderlich  J.  P C 

Woodward  &  Taggart upper  margin 


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Additional  Names,  Removals,  etc., 
Received  too  Late  for  Regular  Insertion. 


Arcade  Printing  House,  Alfred  Ulp  manager,  454  Twelfth 

Barrett  Charles  EL,  master  mariner,  res  N  s  Eighteenth  bet 
Grove  and  Castro 

Barrett  E.  M.  Mrs.,  homeopathic  physician,  res  N  s  Eight- 
eenth bet  Grove  and  Castro 

Borrelle  &  Vendeleers  (J.  D.  Borrelle  and  H.  Vendeleers) 
tailors,  474  Eighth 

Borrelle  J.  D.  (Borrelle  &  Vendeleers)  res  474  Eighth 

Brown  Ed.  A.,  wood  and  coal,  410-412  Ninth,  res  702  Web- 
ster 

Callaghan  &  Co.  (J.  Callaghan)  real  estate  agents  and  col- 
lectors, 414  Ninth 

Caroe  &  Meyer  (L.  Caroe  and  Henry  Meyer)  shirt  manufac- 
turers, 1113  Broadway 

Caroe  L.  (Caroe  &  Meyer)  1113  Broadway 

Cordy  &  Warren  (John  J.  Cordy  and  George  Warren) 
collectors,  414  Ninth 

Cordy  John  J.  (Cordy  &  Warren)  res  S.  F. 

Cornwall  A  ,  dentist,  1069  Broadway 

Devoll  G.  B.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  1055  Broadway 

Gamier  P.  B.,  printer,  454  Twelfth 

Hochholzer  Hugo  (Phillips  &  Hochholzer)  res  S.  F. 

LAWRIE  &  WHITNEY  (A.  G.  Lawrie  and  George  E. 
Whitney)  searchers  of  records,  817  Broadway 

Lawrie  A.  G.  (Lawrie  &  Whitney)  res  SW  cor  Jackson  and 
Eleventh 

Nelle  William,  butcher,  964  Broadway 

PACIFIC  STONE  CO.,  F.  Chappellet  president,  907  Broad- 
way 

PELTON  JOHN  C.  Jr.,  architect,  917  Broadway  (and  330 
Pine,  S.  F.)  res  1510  Pine,  S.  F. 

PHILLIPS  &  HOCHHOLZER  (Henry,W.  Phillips  and  Hugo 
Hochholzer)  architects  and  civil  engineers,  1104  Broad- 
way 

Pjiillips  Henry  W.  (Phillips  &  Hochholzer)  res  1104  Broad- 
way 

Yan  Arman  Hiram  M.,  correspondent  S.  F.  Evening  Post, 
res  1520  Seventh 

Vendeleers  H.  (Borrelle  &  Vendeleers)  res  First  bet  Broad- 
way and  Franklin 


The  City  of  Oakland. 


This,  the  second  city  in  population  west  of  the  Rocky 
Mountains,  is  located  on  the  Bay  of  San  Francisco,  north- 
wardly from  the  mouth  of  San  Antonio  creek.  Its  area  ex- 
tends on  the  eastward  to  the  foot-hills  of  the  San  Pablo 
range  of  mountains.  On  the  north,  Temescal  and  Berkeley 
lie  as  immediately  contiguous  suburbs,  soon  to  be  absorbed 
within  the  limits  of  the  rapidly  expanding  city.  Piedmont 
and  Fruit  Vale  eastwardly,  and  Alameda  on  the  south,  are 
parts  of  the  future  great  city  which  shall  cover  the  entire 
space  from  the  bay  to  the  hills,  and  which,  in  pojmlation 
and  wealth,  shall  rank  among  the  first  on  the  continent. 

The  town  of  Oakland  was  incorporated  in  1852,  and  so 
rapid  was  its  growth  that  it  became  a  city  in  1854,  with  a 
population  variously  estimated  at  from  one  thousand  to 
fifteen  hundred.  Latterly  the  growth  of  the  city  has  been 
very  rapid.  The  many  natural  advantages  which  she  pos- 
sesses, her  charming  scenery  and  delightful  climate,  her 
excellent  educational  facilities,  her  easy  and  rapid  communi- 
cation with  the  present  commercial  metropolis,  and  above 
all,  her  almost  certain  prospect,  in  the  near  future,  of  becom- 
ing a  great  commercial  and  manufacturing  mart,  all  have 
combined  to  give  an  impetus  to  her  growth  which  is  simply 
unparalleled.  On  other  pages  will  be  found  references  to 
the  varied  institutions  of  the  city,  and  details  of  interest 
concerning  real  estate  and  building  transactions  for  the  year. 

Oakland  justly  claims  to  be  the  natural  railroad  center  of 
California.  This  claim  is  not  disputed,  and  its  admittal 
brings  with  it  the  correlative  one  that  she  is  the  natural 
commercial  center.  With  the  necessary  improvements  in 
her  harbor,  which  the  judicious  expenditure  of  a  moderate 
sum  will  perfect,  the  commerce  of  the  coast  can  find  as  com- 
modious and  less  exposed  anchorage  at  her  wharves  than  at 
the  opposite  side.  If  the  tardy  appropriation  of  a  few  thous- 
and dollars  annually  by  the  national  government,  for  the 
improvement  of  the  harbor,  were  to  be  supplemented  by  a 
generous  one  of  say  a  million  dollars  by  the  large  real  estate 
owners  on  this  side,  the  work  could  be  speedily  completed, 
and  a  return  of  tenfold  the  investment  be  made  to  the 
donors  by  the  vast  rise  in  real  estate  which  the  transfer  of 
the  commerce  of  the  Pacific  to  her  wharves  would  immedi- 
ately cause. 


Improvements. 

Since  the  last  issue  of  the  "  Directory,"  we  note  a  great 
change  in  the  appearance  of  Oakland.  Where  shanties 
stood  and  encumbered  the  grounds,  substantial  business 
houses  or  elegant  residences  have  been  erected.  Streets 
which  were  supposed,  even  by  the  most  sanguine,  to  be 
sacred  to  the  uses  of  the  domestic  circle,  and  not  at  all 
likely  to  be  encroached  upon  by  the  inexorable  law,  which 
says  "  trade  overrides  all  things,"  have  been  invaded,  the 
occupants  driven  out  and  forced  to  seek  homes  elsewhere, 
always,  however  to  the  great  advantage  of  the  owner.  What 
was  residence  property  is  so  no  longer,  and  what  is  residence 
property  is  a  question  of  uncertainty.  "  Business  centres  " 
are  being  established  all  over  the  city.  Center-street  Sta- 
tion is  a  most  noticeable  instance.  Kohler's  Block,  a  two- 
story  structure,  with  several  stores  below,  occupies  the 
northern  side  of  Seventh  street,  between  Chester  and  Henry, 
while  on  the  opposite  side  of  Seventh,  upon  that  and  the 
two  contiguous  blocks  not  less  than  a  dozen  stores  have  been 
opened,  filled  with  various  wares,  embracing  all  the  lines  of 
retail  trade.  On  Eighth  and  Chester,  all  of  the  four  corners 
have  been  built  up  and  first-class  establishments  opened. 

At  the  "  Point,"  thirty -six  new  buildings,  devoted  to  the 
uses  of  retailers,  have  been  erected  and  occcupied. 

Adeline-street  Station  shows  much  improvement,  a  num- 
ber of  substantial  two-story  houses  having  been  built  and 
occupied  for  business  purposes,  while  a  large  number  of 
residences  have  been  erected. 

At  Market-street  Station  the  Messrs.  Abbott  have  built  two 
first  class  stores  on  Seventh,  and  Mr.  Curtis  is  erecting  a 
block  of  large  dimensions.  All  the  diminutive,  shabby 
structures  are  to  disappear  from  that  neighborhood. 

San  Pablo  avenue  has  improved  rapidly.  Not  less  than 
seventy  buildings  have  been  erected  on  it  within  the  year. 

The  opening  of  Grove  street,  through  "Chinatown,"  will 
make  that  a  great  thoroughfare,  and  the  corners  of  Twenty- 
sixth  and  Grove  and  Thirty-fourth  and  Grove  are  likely  to 
become  business  centres. 

Improvements  in  East  Oakland  are  on  a  scale  commensu- 
rate with  the  growth  of  the  city.  Elegant  private  residences 
are  being  constructed,  together  with  many  cottages  of  more 
moderate  cost. 

Out  on  Thirty-fourth,  B  and  Haven  streets,  a  business 
centre  is  springing  up.  The  Watt's  tract  is  being  rapidly 
covered  with  stores  and  dwellings.     One  hundred  and  fifty 


THE  CITY  OF  OAKLAND.  9 

houses  have  beeu  erected  on  that  tract  which  came  into 
market  last  Fall  since  the  last  issue  of  this  work. 

Substantial  Business  Structures. — During  the  year  1876 
buildings  for  business  purposes  were  erected  in  the  City  of 
Oakland  of  a  value  approximating  one  million  dollars. 
Among  the  most  prominent  are  the  following:  The  Nicholl 
Block,  fronting  on  Ninth  street  150  feet  bv  100  on  Washing- 
ton, cost  $70,000.  The  Oakland  Bank  'of  Savings  Block 
fronting  on  Broadway,  side  elevation  on  Twelfth,  a  brick 
building,  three  stories  in  height,  with  basement,  costing 
$50,000.  A  three-story  brick  building  fronting  on  Twelfth, 
between  Broadway  and  Washington,  built  by  Mrs.  Deining, 
at  an  estimated  cost  of  $33,000.  The  Block  fronting  on 
Washington  and  Ninth,  one  hundred  feet  by  eighty,  three 
stories,  of  brick,  cost  $50,000.  A  three-story  brick  building 
100  by  75  feet,  on  the  corner  of  Seventh  and  Washington, 
by  P.  Bocquerez,  administrator,  Adeline  Curdy  owner. 
This  block  cost  fully  $40,000.  The  Jurgen's  Bmlding  on 
Broadway  and  Thirteenth.  This  is  an  elegant  three-story 
and  basement  brick  structure,  fronting  100  feet  on  Broad- 
way and  100  feet  on  Thirteenth,  costing  $65,000.  White  & 
Glenn's  Block,  on  Broadway  and  Thirteenth  streets,  fronting 
100  feet  on  Broadway  and  100  on  Thirteenth.  This  building 
is  of  stone,  brick  and  iron,  and  cost  about  $37,000.  Snyder's 
Block,  fronting  on  Ninth,  at  the  southeast  corner  of  Wash- 
ington. This  building  is  of  brick,  is  three  stories  in  height, 
and  cost  $30,000.  F.  Delger's  Block,  on  Broadway,  be- 
tween Thirteenth  and  Fourteenth,  containing  eleven  spacious 
stores.  This  building  is  a  one-story  and  basement  of  brick 
and  iron,  erected  upon  a  substantial  foundation  calculated 
to  support  two  or  three  additional  stories.  Its  cost  was 
$30,000.  George  C.  Potter's  Block,  at  the  intersection  of 
Broadway  with  San  Pablo  avenue  at  Fourteenth  street.  This 
is  a  two-story  structure,  built  with  all  the  appliances  of 
modern  architectural  skill;  contains  ten  stores,  with  base- 
ments, and  cost  about  $50,000.  Mechanics'  Association  Block, 
at  the  intersection  of  Broadway  with  Telegraph  avenue.  A 
portion  of  this  block  is  three  stories  in  height,  and  the 
remainder  two  stories,  all  with  basements  of  brick  and  stone, 
the  superstructure  being  of  wood  with  brick  subdivision 
walls.  The  block  contains  ten  stores,  and  about  sixty 
upper  rooms.  Its  cost  was  about  $50,000.  Teutonia  Hall, 
on  the  north  side  of  eighth  between  Broadway  and  Franklin, 
is  a  two-story  brick  structure,  costing  about  $12,000. 
Buhsen's  brick  building,  two  stories  in  height,  on  Seventh 
street,  at  the  Point  Station,  cost  $15,000.     Dunn's  building 


10  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

on  Twelfth  street,  east  of  Broadway,  of  brick,  two  stories, 
cost  $15,000. 

Public  Buildings. — Among  the  more  prominent  buildings 
of  a  public  character  erected  during  1876,  we  may  mention 
the  ferry  buildings  of  the  Central  Pacific  Railroad,  at  the 
foot  of  Broadway;  cost  unknown,  but  probably  about  $50,000. 
The  First  Methodist  Episcopal  Church,  corner  Clay  and 
Fourteenth  streets,  completed,  cost  $40,000.  The  Church 
of  the  Seventh  Day  Adventists,  corner  Clay  and  Thirteenth 
streets,  cost  $10,500.  A  brick  Engine  house  on  East  Four- 
teenth and  Thirteenth  avenue,  $6000.  A  brick  Engine 
house  at  Oakland  Point,  on  Eighth  street  between  Campbell 
and  Willow,  $3500.  The  Masonic  Hall  of  West  Oakland, 
corner  Seventh  and  Willow  streets,  cost  $15,000.  The  Odd 
Fellows'  Hall,  Orion  Lodge,  East  Twelfth  street  and  Eleventh 
avenue,  $6000,  besides  a  number  of  others  of  lesser  note. 

Additions  and  enlargements  to  the  several  manufacturing 
establishments  of  the  city  have  been  made  at  an  estimated 
cost  of  $50,000. 

Dwellings. — One  thousand  one  hundred  and  fifty-six 
dwelling  houses  were  erected  within  the  limits  of  the  City 
of  Oakland  during  the  year,  and  above  two  hundred  in  the 
outlying  suburban  districts.  The  range  of  cost  of  these 
dwelling  is  from  $15,000  to  $400;  very  few  so  low  as  the  lat- 
ter figure  and  but  a  limited  number  approximating  the  for- 
mer. A  very  large  proportion,  however,  ranged  from  $1500 
to  $3000  each,  with  a  good  sprinkling  of  eighth,  nine  and 
ten  thousand  dollar  mansions  and  villas.  Of  cottages  cost- 
ing not  far  from  a  thousand  dollars  each,  there  were  built 
about  four  hundred.  Personal  interviews  and  comparison 
of  notes,  with  all  the  leading  architects,  builders,  and  real 
estate  improvers  of  the  city  have  led  us  to  place  the  cost 
value  of  residences  erected  during  the  year  1876  at  two  mil- 
lion three  hundred  and  twenty  thousand  dollars,  exclusive  of 
ornamentations  of  grounds. 

In  addition  to  the  prominent  business  structures  noticed 
above,  there  were  built  one  hundred  and  twent}r-seven 
stores  and  shops  (mostly  of  wood)  in  various  parts  of  the  city 
at  a  probable  cost  of  $90,000.  Summary  :  The  result  of  one 
year's  building  operation  in  Oakland  maybe  summarized  thus : 

No.  Cost 

Large  Business  Structures 24  $1,000,000 

Minor        "             "             127  90,000 

Public  Buildings 18  225,000 

Manufacturing  Purposes 50,000 

Dwellings 1156  2.320,000 

Total  Value  of  Improvements $3,685,000 


THE  CITY  OF  OAKLAND.  11 


The  Present  and  Future. 

As  great  as  was  the  growth  of  Oakland  in  1876,  appear- 
ances indicate  that  a  larger  number  of  houses  will  be  built 
during  the  present  year  than  last.  In  whatever  direction 
we  look  we  observe  new  structures  springing  up,  not  exactly 
as  by  magic  in  a  night,  but  with  a  celerity  that  approaches 
it.  The  Watts'  tract  is  becoming  rapidly  covered  with  cot- 
tages aud  shops.  A  large  number  of  elegant  residences  are 
in  course  of  construction  in  the  vicinity  of  Eighteenth, 
Nineteenth,  Jefferson  and  Grove  streets,  and  improvements 
in  the  vicinity  of  all  the  stations  of  the  local  railway  are 
exceedingly  brisk.  Not  less  than  five  hundred  houses,  of 
various  classes,  have  been  commenced  since  the  opening  of 
the  year.  The  hard  times  generally  complained  of  seems 
to  stimulate  the  investment  of  surplus  capital  in  property 
that  cannot  fail  to  be  profitable,  and  is  undeniably  safe.  It 
was  asserted  by  a  prominent  house  owner  to  the  writer  of 
this,  that  large  buildings  combining  stores  beneath,  with 
ample  and  numerous  rooms  for  residence,  office  or  lodging 
purposes  above,  were  remunerative  even  if  all  the  stores 
remained  unrented,  such  was  the  demand  for  and  certainty 
of  occupancy  of  the  upper  floors. 

All  the  numerous  architects  of  the  city  have  their  port- 
folios filled  with  plans  for  large  business  structures  or  costly 
residences,  many  of  which  are  designed  for  San  Francisco 
capitalists,  who  show  the  recognition  of  an  undoubted  faith 
in  the  future  of  Oakland  by  building  here  in  preference  to 
San  Francisco.  It  is  probable  that  some  of  these  extensive 
contemplated  improvements  may  be  delayed  by  the  present 
depreciation  in  mining  shares,  but  the  delay  will  be  only 
temporary,  and  will  tend  in  time  to  results  much  greater 
than  if  stocks  had  been  held  up  to  excessive  and  fabulous 
prices,  subject  to  disastrous  fluctuations.  The  solid  busi- 
ness men  of  both  cities  are  becoming  fully  aware  that  one 
of  the  most  populous  cities  of  the  United  States  is  to  be 
builded,  and  very  rapidly  too,  between  the  waters  of  San 
Francisco  Bay  and  the  San  Pablo  range  of  hills,  and  are 
governing  themselves  accordingly. 

Among  a  few  of  the  improvements  contemplated  and  in 
progress  at  the  present,  are  Kohler  &  Chase's  three  story 
brick  block,  on  the  corner  of  Washington  and  Ninth  streets. 
This  building  will  be  fifty  by  one  hundred  feet,  with  base- 
ment, and  will  be  constructed  in  the  most  substanial  man- 
ner.    The  estimated  cost  is  fifty  thousand  dollars. 

Dr.  Samuel  Merritt  is  building,  on  the  corner  of  Twelfth 


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and  Franklin  streets,  a  building  which,  when  completed, 
will  be  one  of  the  largest  and  most  magnificent  business 
structures  in  the  city.  It  is  one  hundred  feet  square,  and 
will  be  three  stories  in  height  above  a  spacious  basement. 
There  are  few  buildings  in  any  of  our  Western  cities  that 
excel  in  size,  design  and  cost  this  progressing  block.  The 
cost  is  estimated  at  from  one  hundred  thousand  to  one 
hundred  and  twenty-five  thousand  dollars. 

The  Germania  Association  are  proceeding  rigorously  in 
the  construction  of  a  magnificent  building,  to  be  known  as 
Germania  Halle.  It  is  located  on  the  east  side  of  Webster 
street,  between  Sixth  and  Seventh.  The  building  will  be  of 
wood,  three  stories  in  height,  above  a  basement  of  brick, 
its  ground  dimensions  being  seventy-five  front  by  one  hund- 
red and  thirty  feet  in  depth.  Its  cost  will  not  be  far  from 
forty  thousand  dollars,  and  it  will  be  the  largest  hall  of  a 
similar  nature  in  the  State. 

Greens'  Block,  on  Broadway,  between  Twelfth  and  Thir- 
teenth streets,  will  be  fifty  feet  front  by  a  depth  of  one 
hundred,  will  be  of  brick,  iron  and  stone,  fire-proof,  four 
stories  in  height  and  will  cost  about  fortj'-five  thousand 
dollars. 

An  elegant  building  fronting  fifty  feet  on  Twelfth  street, 
with  a  depth  of  one  hundred  feet  will  be  erected  A.  Martin. 
It  will  be  three  stories  high,  and  its  estimated  cost  is  thirty 
thousand  dollars. 

A.  C.  Henry,  Esq.,  the  banker,  has  in  a  forward  state  of 
progress  a  substantial  brick  block  seventy-five  feet  front  by 
ninety  feet  in  depth,  on  Ninth  street,  between  Broadway 
and  Washington.  The  front  walls  of  this  massive  structure 
will  be  fifty-five  feet  high.  The  building  is  of  brick  with 
basement,  is  three  stories  and  will  cost  about  forty  thousand 
dollars. 

J.  L.  Wetmore,  a  prominent  real  estate  dealer,  of  Oak- 
land, will  build  an  immense  three  story  frame,  ninety  feet  by 
one  hundred,  on  the  corner  of  Eighth  and  Clay  streets,  at  a 
cost  of  twenty-five  thousand  dollars. 

In  addition  to  the  above  list  a  large  number  of  business 
houses  of  more  moderate  dimensions  are  in  progress. 

From  a  general  view  of  the  ground  and  personal  inter- 
views with  the  principal  builders  and  dealers  in  building 
materials  of  the  city,  it  is  withoiit  hesitation  that  we  place 
the  probable  cost  of  building  improvements  in  Oakland  at  a 
figure  not  lower  than  three  millions  and  five  hundred  thous- 
and dollars  for  the  current  year  ending  with  the  advent  of 
1878. 


THE  CITY  OF  OAKLAND.  13 


Real  Estate. 

Oakland  is  to  day  the  campaign  ground  for  real  estate  op- 
eration on  the  Pacific  Coast.  Greater  activity  prevails  both 
in  business  and  residence  property  here  than  in  any  other 
city  on  the  coast,  not  excepting  San  Francisco.  We  might 
say  also,  if  the  saying  may  not  seem  to  savor  of  the  spirit  of 
boasting,  that  no  city  within  the  broad  expanse  of  the  United 
States  can  show  such  growth,  and  such  substantial  apprecia- 
tion of  values  as  Oakland,  during  a  period  dating  back  one, 
two  or  three  years.  Especially  during  1876,  a  season  of 
general  depression  in  real  estate  on  the  Pacific  Coast,  did 
Oakland  not  only  maintain  but  largely  enhance  her  values 
both  for  business  and  residence  property. 

TABLE  SHOWING  REAL  ESTATE  SALES  FKOM  1867  TO  1876  INCLUSIVE  I 


1867 $1,685,237 

1868 2,700,038 

1869 2,518,315 

1870 2,294,534 

1871 2,074,163 


1872 $2,459,015 

1873 2,439,595 

1874 3,042,371 

1875 4,076,821 

1876 7,711,545 


It  will  be  seen  that  the  sales  for  1876  exceed  those  of  1874 
and  1875  combined,  and  more  than  equal  those  of  any  three 
years  previous  to  1874  aggregated.  During  the  same  period 
the  real  estate  sales  of  San  Francisco  amounted  to  $24,000,000. 
This  shows  that  the  volume  of  transactions  in  Oakland  is 
one-third  as  large  as  that  of  the  great  commercial  metropolis 
of  the  Pacific  coast.  At  its  present  ratio  of  development 
but  a  few  years  will  pass  before  the  real  estate  sales  of  Oak- 
land will  exceed  those  of  the  peninsula 

It  will  be  of  interest  to  our  readers  to  observe,  from  the 
authority  of  a  reliable  real  estate  firm,  the  actual  prices  of 
real  estate  in  open  market  in  various  locations  at  the  present 
writing.  To  those  who  preserve  copies  of  this  Directory 
from  year  to  year  it  may  be  of  value  and  certainly  will  be  of 
interest  in  future  years  to  glance  backward,  take  a  retrospec- 
tive view  and  make  comparisons.  The  figure  which  Oakland 
real  estate  brings  in  the  market  now  may  ten  years  hence 
appear  exceedingly  small,  as  the  figures  of  ten  years  ago  now 
appear  to  the  reviewer.  In  the  year  of  our  Lord  1877  the 
choicest  business  property  in  Oakland  will  sell  for  eight 
hundred  dollars  per  front  foot.  Corner  lots  fronting  on 
Broadway  between  Seventh  and  Fourteenth  streets  are  re- 
garded as  the  choicest  and  most  valuable  property.  The 
constant  throng  which  passing  to  and  from  the  local  trains 
at  short  intervals  from  morn  till  noon,  from  noon  till  dewy 
eve,  and  from  that  time  on  till  midnight  renders  Broadway 
the  paradise  of  retailers.     The  ground  upon  which  a  corner 


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store  of  twenty-five  feet  frontage  stands  in  this  locality  there- 
fore commands  twenty  thousand  dollars,  equivalent  to  a 
ground  rent  of  two  thousand  dollars  per  annum.  However, 
there  are  locations  here  which  cannot  be  purchased  for  any 
sum  within  the  reasonable  limits  of  its  present  or  prospective 
value. 

Next  in  the  scale  of  value  for  purposes  of  trade  comes 
Washington  street.  The  best  lots  on  this  rapidly  improving 
thoroughfare  command  about  $325  per  front  foot.  Many 
fine  improvements  were  made  on  Washington  street  last  year 
and  many  others  are  in  progress.  It  is  beginning  to  divide 
the  vast  crowd  from  the  trains  with  Broadway.  It  is  really 
more  agreeable  and  convenient  for  dwellers  out  north  to  take 
Washington  street.  Its  property  has  rapidly  enhanced  in 
value  of  late  in  consequence  of  the  frequently  uncomfortably 
crowded  condition  of  Broadway,  and  the  opening  of  several 
new  establishments  of  retail  trade  on  Washington.  Clay 
street  property,  choice  corners,  command  $150  perfront  foot. 

A  lot  on  Broadway,  at  the  corner  of  First  street,  60  feet 
front,  sold  at  the  rate  of  $541.66  per  front  foot,  including 
improvements  worth  probably  two-fifths  of  the  amount. 
This  sale  is  mentioned  to  illustrate  the  relative  estimation  in 
which  property  suitable  only  for  commercial  or  manufactur- 
ing purposes  is  held  when  compared  with  that  suitable  for 
the  retail  trade. 

Business  property  at  the  Point  sells  at  $100  per  front  foot 
for  the  best  lots.  At  Market  street  station  about  the  same 
prices  are  realized  as  at  the  Point.  At  Center  street  station 
property  is  a  little  lower,  though  the  best  lots  are  rapidly 
appreciating  in  value.  No  part  of  the  city  has  grown  more 
rapidly  of  late  than  in  this  vicinity,  business  extending  to 
Eighth  street.  Adeline  street  station  property  does  not 
command  so  high  a  figure — $60  to  $75  per  front  foot  will 
buy  the  best  lots  in  that  vicinity. 

Property  in  the  vicinity  of  Broadway  upon  the  cross 
streets,  from  Eighth  to  Tenth,  commands  $200  to  $250  per 
front  foot;  as  we  proceed  to  the  northward  prices  growing 
smaller. 

Residence  property  that  may  be  considered  in  the  least 
eligible,  sells  at  from  $75  to  $100  per  foot  for  first-class  in 
the  most  central  or  the  most  desirable  locations,  and  from 
$20  to  $75,  according  to  location,  in  various  parts  of  the 
city.  Low-lying,  undesirable  lots  may,  in  some  instances, 
be  bought  at  $10  per  foot.  Among  notable  sales  made 
recently  were  the  Peralta  and  Center  street  lands,  lying 
between  the  above  named  streets  and  Twelfth  and  Sixteenth 


THE  CITY  OF  OAKLAND. 


15 


streets,  comprising  seventy-six  lots,  every  one  of  which  was 
sold  at  prices  varying  from  $1,015  to  $400,  the  entire  tract 
bringing  $43,045.  An  offer  of  $55,000  was  refused  for  a 
business  block  bounded  by  Market,  Myrtle,  Seventh  and 
Eighth,  without  improvements.  At  the  sale  of  the  Potter 
property  the  sum  of  $165,375  was  realized.  Three  hundred 
and  ten  feet  on  Telegraph  avenue  sold  at  an  average  of  $216 
per  foot.  Lots  on  the  San  Pablo  frontage  brought  $175  per 
foot.  The  sale  Avas  considered  one  of  the  most  successful 
which  ever  took  place  in  Oakland,  considering  the  times. 

The  Oak  Park  tract  in  Alameda,  lying  between  Fassking's 
Gardens  and  the  Bay,  and  comprising  about  twenty  blocks, 
is  considered  as  among  the  desirable  residence  property  for 
the  more  select  class.  Lots  in  that  tract  have  sold  during 
the  season  at  prices  ranging  from  $500  to  $1,000.  This  local- 
ity is  rapidly  becoming  covered  with  a  fine  class  of  residences. 

The  Watts  tract,  lying  between  the  Bay  and  San  Pablo 
avenue  in  the  northerly  section  of  the  city,  was  subdivided 
and  sold  during  the  season.  A  remarkable  growth  is 
evident  in  that  section,  which  offers  the  cheapest  residence 
property  now  available.  More  than  one  hundred  and  thirty 
houses  have  been  erected  on  that  ground  since  the  sale,  and 
new  ones  are  going  up  every  day. 

The  Brumagin  tract,  situated  a  little  northward  of  Temescal, 
has  lately  come  into  market.  This  tract  is  situated  on  a  very 
desirable  elevation  above  the  Bay,  some  ninety  feet — has  a 
splendid  drainage,  and  is  altogether  a  lovely  spot  upon 
which  to  create  homes.  At  the  sale  fifty  lots  were  sold  at 
prices  ranging  from  $275  to  $400. 

The  Rowland  tract,  which  lies  between  Telegraph  and  San 
Pablo  avenues  southward  of  Thirty-fourth  street,  lies  high 
and  affords  a  good  view.  Streets  have  been  graded  through 
this  land,  and  lots  are  for  sale,  but  purchasers  must  expect 
to  pay  high  prices  there. 

The  Shell  Mound  tract,  at  the  head  of  the  creek,  has  been 
settled  upon  to  a  considerable  extent  during  the  season. 

Several  other  tracts  of  outside  lots  have  been  opened  for 
purchase  during  the  year,  and  are  as  a  consequence  being 
rapidly  dotted  over  with  habitations. 

Fruit  Vale  on  the  eastward,  and  Piedmont,  are  suburbs, 
are  noted  for  their  picturesque  scenery  and  healthfulness. 
Both  are  improving  gradually.  The  first  school  building, 
an  elegant  one,  was  built  at  Piedmont  during  the  summer 
of  1876.  A  number  of  fine  residences  were  built  at  Fruit 
Yale.  _  In  this  section  land  can  yet  be  purchased  by  the 
acre,  in  tracts  to  suit. 


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OAKLAND    DIRECTORY. 


The  general  tendency  of  improvements  is  to  the  north- 
ward. Ere  long  every  acre  of  land  between  the  Bay  and 
the  hills  northward  to  Berkeley  will  be  in  the  market  as  city 
lots,  and  will  be  rapidly  disposed  of  to  the  army  of  seekers 
for  cheap,  healthful  and  picturesque  homes. 

Population  of  the  City. 

Thirty-five  thousand  was  accepted  as  a  correct  estimate  of 
the  population  of  Oakland  in  June,  1876.  The  number  of 
children  in  the  city  at  that  time  was  8,745,  or  about  twenty- 
five  per  cent,  of  the  total  population.  Thus,  in  1870,  the 
School  census  gave  2,592  children  and  the  Federal  census 
10,000  inhabitants  to  the  city.  The  gain  in  the  number  of 
children  for  the  last  four  years  has  been  twenty  percent,  annu- 
ally; that  ratio  of  gain  from  June,  1876  to  June,  1877,  will  give 
a  return  of  10,497  children,  indicating  a  population  of  41,976. 
But  it  is  a  patent  fact,  that  the  enumeration  of  children,  of 
late  years,  is  often  taken  in  a  careless  manner,  resulting 
in  the  omission  of  a  considerable  number  of  names.  The 
population  of  Oakland  is  undoubtedly  larger  than  the  figures 
indicated  by  the  School  census,  for  two  reasons  :  First,  all 
the  children  are  not  returned;  second,  there  are,  at  least, 
fifteen  hundred  men  residing  in  the  city,  engaged  upon  the 
hundreds  of  new  buildings,  who  have  no  famiies  here,  and 
consequently  no  children  to  be  returned. 

A  more  reliable  basis  than  the  School  census,  upon  which 
to  estimate  the  population,  is  the  present  volume.  This  work 
being  published  annually,  and  containing  the  names  of  all 
adult  males  and  heads  of  families,  affords  an  excellent  means 
of  determining  the  growth  of  the  city  by  comparison.  The 
best  judges,  in  fact,  authorities  almost  indisputable,  allot  a 
population  of  three  and  one-half  to  each  reference  in  the 
Directories  of  Western  cities.  Upon  this  basis  we  estimated 
the  population  in  June,  1876,  at  35,910,  there  being  10,260 
references  in  the  book.  This  year  the  references  in  the  book 
number  13,050,  an  increase  of  2,790.  The  population  is, 
therefore,  45,675,  an  increase  of  9,765  since  June,  1876. 
Newspapers  and  pamphlets  have  been  too  moderate  in  esti- 
mating the  number  of  inhabitants  in  this  bustling,  crowded 
city.  This  volume  shows,  beyond  a  doubt,  an  increase  of 
fully  twenty-five  per  cent,  since  the  date  of  our  last  issue, 
one  year  ago ;  and  after  a  careful  and  exhaustive  comparison 
of  facts,  we  have  no  hesitancy  in  claiming  that  our  figures 
are  conservative  and  within  the  bounds  of  actual  fact.  An 
official  census  would  hardly  vary  them  one  thoiisand. 


OFFICIAL    DIRECTORY 

OF  THE  COUNTY  OF  ALAMEDA. 


Sheriff — Henry  N.  Morse,  elected  for  two  years.  Term 
expires  in  March,  1878. 

Under  Sheriff — J.  Tyrrel. 

Deputy  Sheriffs — William  S.  Harlow  and  Frederick  Bry- 
ant. 

Jailor — Jesse  Viers. 

Assistant  Jailor — F.  N.  Miller. 

County  Clerk  and  Auditor — Charles  G.  Eeed,  elected  for 
two  years.     Term  expires  March,  1878. 

Deputies— John  Yule,  Eben  C.  Farley,  D.  W.  Pratt,  R. 
W.  Church  and  George  W.  Eeed. 

County  Treasurer — Charles  E.  Palmer,  appointed  in  place 
of  Joseph  Becht,  deceased,  whose  term  of  office  would  have 
expired  March,  1878. 

Deputy — P.  R.  Borein. 

County  Recorder — Thomas  A.  Smith,  elected  for  two 
years.     Term  expires  March,  1878. 

Deputies — A.  S.  Cheminant  and  George  D.  Cobb. 

Copyists — F.  B.  Granger  jr.,  W.  L.  Bromley,  Charles  M. 
Tucker,  R.  O.  Whitehead  and  James  Dixon. 

Public  Administrator — C.  B.  Rutherford.  Elected  for 
two  years,  term  expires  March,  1878. 

Coroner — William  Helmer.  Elected  for  two  years,  term 
expires  March,  1878. 

District  Attorney — John  R.  Glascock.  Elected  for  two 
years;  term  expires  March,  1878. 

County  Surveyor — Luis  Castro.  Elected  for  two  years; 
term  expires  March,  1878. 

Superintendent  of  Schools — W.  F.  B.  Lynch.  Elected 
for  two  years;  term  expires  March,  1878. 

County  and  Probate  Judge — Stephen  G.  Nye.  Elected 
for  four  years;  term  expires  December  31st,  1879. 


18  OAKLAND    DIRECTORY. 

Board  of  Supekvisors — Regular  meetings  are  held  on  the 
first  Mondays  of  February,  May,  August  and  November. 
Elected  for  two  years.  O.  H.  Burnham,  Oakland;  J.  A. 
Chase,  Oakland;  Peter  Pumyea,  Oakland;  W.  C.  Mason, 
Brooklyn  and  Alameda;  J.  B.  Marlin,  Eden;  Howard  Over- 
acker,  Washington;  Valentin  Alviso,  Murray. 

STANDING   COMMITTEES: 

Judiciary — Chase,  Overacker  and  Mason. 
Auditing  and  Finance — Pumyea,  Mason  and  Marlin. 
Roads  and  Bridges — Overacker,  Alviso  and  Marlin. 
Franchise — Mason,  Alviso  and  Chase. 
Hospital — Marlin,  Overacker  and  Pumyea. 
County  Buildings — Alviso,  Pumyea  and  Chase. 

Board  of  Equalization — Consists  of  the  Supervisors  and 
meets  on  the  second  Monday  in  July,  annually. 

Assessors — W.  F.  Boardman;  J.  P.  Hart,  Deputy,  Oak- 
land township;  E.  Minor  Smith,  Alameda  township;  A.  B. 
Webster,  Brooklyn  township;  Atwill  R.  Hall,  Eden  town- 
ship; Luther  E.  Osgood,  Washington  township;  Newton 
Ingram,  Murray  township.  Elected  for  two  years;  term  ex- 
pires March,  1878. 


COURTS. 


District  Court — Third  Judicial  District. — This  Dis- 
trict comprises  Alameda  County  and  the  Fifth  Ward  of 
the  City  of  San  Francisco.  Samuel  Bell  McKee,  Judge. 
Elected  for  six  years;  term  expires  December  31,  1881. 
Court  is  held  at  Oakland  on  the  Third  Mondays  of  February, 
June  and  October,  and  in  San  Francisco  on  the  Third  Mon- 
days of  April,  August  and  December. 

County  and  Probate  Court.  —  Stephen  G.  Nye,  Judge. 
Elected  for  four  years;  term  expires  December  31,  1879. 
Terms  of  County  Court:  The  First  Mondays  of  January, 
April  and  July,  and  the  Third  Monday  of  September. 

Probate  Court. — Stephen  G.  Nye,  Judge. 

Justice's  Court. — William  M.  Graham.  Elected  for  two 
years;  term  expires  December  31,  1877.  Court  is  held  at 
470  Seventh  street. 


OFFICIAL    DIRECTORY. 


19 


Justice's  Court. — James  Lentell.  Elected  for  two  years; 
term  expires.December  81,  1877.  Court  is  held  at  the  north- 
west corner  of  Eleventh  and  Franklin  streets. 


Court  is  held  daily, 


Police  Court. — A.  H.  Jayne,  Judge, 
except  Sundays,  at  the  City  Hall. 

Justice  of  the  Peace  of  the  City  of  Oakland.  —  Wm, 
Bolton.  Elected  for  one  year;  term  expires  March  12,  1878. 
Court  is  held  at  1768  Seventh  street. 


Notaries  Public  for  Alameda  County. 


Appointed. 


M.  T.  Dusinbury Oakland January    4 

George  W.  Edwards ....       "        August     5 

William  M.  Gilchrist...        "       Sept.       27 

William  Hoskins "       Dec.  8 

George  D.  Metcalf "       May  2 

John  H.  Redstone "       June         3 

Will  H.  Burrall "       Feb.       24 

John  W.  Sessions "       Sept.      20 

Arthur  D.  Thomson "       June      28 

S.  Hirshberg "        January  11 

Newton  Benedict ,"       Sept.      18 

Henry  A.  Leake "       Sept.      28 

William  Bolton West  Oakland.  .  .  .June         3 

Daniel  H.  Beck Centerville May        13 

Lorenzo  G.  Yates "  Sept.        7 

Aug.  M.  Church Livermore Dec.  8 

M.  P.  H.  Love "         Dec.       14 

William  M.  Liston Alvarado Dec.  7 

Thomas  W.  Millard Harrisburg June         3 

Anthony  G.  Oakes Hayward Sept.      23 

John  R.  Palmer Pleasanton May  5 

A.  B.  Webster Brooklyn January  11,  1877 

N.  W.  Palmer Alameda March     10,  1876 


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County  Infirmary. 

Embraces  127  acres,  four  miles  from  San  Leandro.  It  is 
designed  for  the  care  of  the  sick  poor  and  for  the  aged  and 
infirm.  C.  S.  Coleman,  Physician;  Frederick  Gerstenberg, 
Steward.  The  number  of  admissions  in  1876  was  212;  164 
were  discharged,  and  there  were  39  deaths.  The  number  of 
patients  remaining  on  January  1,  1877,  was  67.  The  total 
current  expenses  for  the  year  were  $17,579  22,  and  $4,914  91 
were  paid  for  improvements. 


20  OAKLAND    DIRECTORY. 


THE  MUNICIPAL  GOVERNMENT  OF  THE  CITY  OF 

OAKLAND. 


By  an  Act  passed  at  the  last  session  of  the  Legislature  the 
ward  subdivisions  of  the  city  were  materially  altered. 
Oakland  has  now  seven  wards.  We  give  the  boundaries  as 
established  by  the  new  law. 

First  Ward — Comprises  all  that  portion  of  the  city  lying 
west  of  Adeline  street. 

Second  Ward — Comprises  all  that  portion  of  the  city  lying 
north  of  Twentieth  street,  and  north  of  Delger  street  and 
east  of  Adeline  street. 

Third  Ward — Comprises  all  that  portion  of  the  city  lying 
east  of  Adeline  street,  south  of  Twentieth  and  Delger  streets, 
west  of  Broadway  street  and  north  of  Tenth  street. 

Fourth  Ward — Comprises  all  that  portion  of  the  city 
lying  west  of  Broadway  street,  south  of  Tenth  street  and 
north  of  the  southerly  Charter  line  of  the  City  of  Oakland. 

Fifth  Ward — Comprises  all  that  portion  of  the  city  lying 
east  of  Broadway  street,  south  of  Twentieth  and  Delger 
streets,  north  of  Tenth  street  and  west  of  the  line  which 
divides  Oakland  township  from  Brooklyn  township. 

Sixth  Ward — Comprises  all  that  portion  of  the  city  lying 
east  of  Broadway  street  and  south  of  Tenth  street. 

Seventh  Ward — Comprises  all  that  portion  of  the  city 
lying  in  Brooklyn  township,  now  known  and  designated  as 
East  Oakland. 

A  general  election  was  held  on  the  second  Monday  of 
March,  1877,  at  which  all  members  of  the  City  Council  and 
School  Board  and  other  city  officers  except  the  Mayor,  who 
is  elected  every  year,  were  elected,  to  serve  for  two  years, 
without  pay. 

Officers  Elected  in  March,  1877. 

Mayor— E.  H.  Pardee. 

Police  Judge — A.  H.  Jayne. 

Justice  of  the  Peace  of  the  City — William  Bolton. 

Treasurer  and  Clerk — James  Dods. 

Marshal  and  Tax  Collector — Perry  Johnson. 


MUNICIPAL    GOVERNMENT.  21 

Assessor — Joseph  M.  Dillon. 

City  Attorney — Henry  Vrooman. 

City  Engineer — Thomas  J.  Arnold  (appointed). 

Superintendent  of  Public  Schools — F.  M.  Campbell. 

Clerk  of  Police  Court — Henry  Ames  (appointed). 

Clerk  in  City  Marshal's  Office — J.  L.  Rector  (ap- 
pointed) . 

Deputy  City  Clerk — J.  A.  Booth  (appointed). 

Chief  Engineer  of  Fire  Department — M.  De  La  Mon- 
tanya  (appointed). 

City  Wharfinger — William  Harwood  (appointed). 

Pound  Master — D.  Rattery  (appointed). 

Deputy  License  Collector — J.  J.  Porter  (appointed). 

The  City  Council. 

W.  A.  Walter,  President ;  P.  W.  Fonda,  W.  E.  Grinnell, 
W.  A.  Walter,  John  M.  Miner,  W.  E.  Miller,  J.  W.  F. 
Sohst,  M.  W.  Fish. 

STANDING   COMMITTEES. 

Ordinance  and  Judiciary — Fish,  Miner  and  Grinnell. 
Auditing  and  Finance — Miller,  Miner  and  Fish. 
Streets  and  Buildings — Miner,  Fish  and  Fonda. 
Fire  and  Water — Sohst,  Grinnell  and  Miner. 
Education — Grinnell,  Sohst  and  Fonda. 
Street  Lights  and  Lanrp  Posts — Fish,  Miller  and  Sohst. 
Removals  and  Obstructions — Fonda,  Grinnell  and  Sohst. 
City  Hall  and  Police — Miner,  Miller  and  Grinnell. 

Board  of  Education. 

R.  E.  Cole,  President ;  J.  W.  Shanklin,  C.  H.  Redding- 
ton,  J.  A.  Hobart,  C.  N.  Fox,  A.  W.  Swett,  Eugene  Lynch. 
F.  M.  Campbell,  Secretary. 

Board  of  Health. 

L.  H.  Cary,  Health  Officer  and  City  Physician  ;  W.  Bam- 
ford,  E.  H.  Woolsey  and  William  Bolton.  Geo.  H.  Carleton, 
Health  Inspector. 

Police  Department. 

Captain  of  Police — D.  H.  Rand,  City  Hall. 
George  H.  Carleton — Superintendent  of  Fire  Alarm  and 
Police  Telegraph. 


22  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 


REGULAR   OFFICERS. 

Charles  E.  Lufkin,  stationed  at  City  Hall,  day  watch  and 
bailiff  of  Police  Court. 

William  Aldrich,  City  Hall. 

George  Taylor,  City  Hall. 

S.  H.  Mitchell,  stationed  at  City  Hall,  night  watch. 

W.  H.  Summers,  patrol  Seventh  and  Broadway. 

John  Barnett,  patrol  Seventh  and  Broadway. 

John  A.  Dodge,  patrol  Seventh  and  Broadway. 
.   W.  D.  Thomas,  patrol  East  Oakland. 

H.  Nedderman,  patrol  East  Oakland. 

Edward  J.  Chase,  patrol  Oakland  Point. 

A.  Ennis,  patrol  Oakland  Point. 

A.  Wilson,  patrol  on  cars  C.  P.  R.  R.  and  Wharf. 

Joseph  M.  Wallace,  patrol  Broadway,  Franklin,  Washing- 
ton, Ninth  to  Fourteenth. 

Tim  Lamping,  patrol  Broadway,  Franklin,  Washington, 
Ninth  to  Fourteenth. 

A.  J.  Ross,  patrol  San  Pablo,  Telegraph,  Fourteenth  and 
Hobart. 

REGULAR  SPECIAL  POLICEMEN  ON  BEATS. 

George  F.  Blake — Beat  No.  1.  Bounded  by  Franklin, 
Fourth,  Washington  and  Fourteenth  streets. 

H.  B.  Rand — Beat  No.  2.  Bounded  by  Fourteenth,  Lake 
Merritt,  Twenty-second  and  San  Pablo  avenue. 

J.  C.  Ross — Beat  No.  3.  Bounded  by  Washington,  South 
Front,  Market  and  Fourteenth  streets. 

H.  Wood— Beat  No.  4.  Bounded  by  Fifth,  Fourteenth, 
Market  and  Linden  streets. 

T.  Taylor — Beat  No.  5.  Bounded  by  Franklin  to  Fourth, 
Fourth  to  Webster,  Webster  to  South  Front,  East  Front  to 
Fourteenth  street. 

A.  W.  Burrell — Beat  No.  6.  Bounded  by  Fourth,  Wash- 
ington, Webster  and  South  Front  streets. 

Nelson  Fillio — Beat  No.  7.  Bounded  by  Fourteenth,  San 
Pablo  avenue,  Twenty-seventh  and  Market  streets. 

David  Bush — Beat  No.  8.     West  of  Campbell. 

Joseph  Fields — Beat  No.  9.     Adeline  to  Centre. 

Charles  E.  Chase — Beat  No.  10.     Centre  to  Campbell. 

J.  M.  Manley — Beat  No.  11.     East  Oakland. 


MUNICIPAL   GOVERNMENT.  23 

SPECIAL  POLICEMEN. 

Officers  in  the  following  list  are  invested  with  authority  to 
act  as  policemen,  but  are  not  subject  to  orders  from  the 
chief,  or  required  to  leave  the  places  at  which  they  are 
stationed. 

D.  Rattary,  Pound  Master. 

E.  S.  E.  Williams,  C.  P.  E.  E.  Repair  Shops. 
Allen  Peel,  Lafayette  School. 

John  Maguire,  Pioneer  Planing  Mill. 

Ealph  Balmford,  Lincoln  School. 

Daniel  Morrison,  Oakland  Planing  Mill. 

A.  E.  Dietz,  Dietz  Hall. 

E.  G.  Jones,  High  School. 

Darwin  Degolia,  E.  E.  Bridge,  Alice  street. 

Henry  Theobold,  Twelfth  street  Bridge. 

J.  L.  Eoundy,  Webster  street  Bridge. 

William  Stack,  Zimmerman's  Garden. 

S.  G.  Crawford,  at  large. 


OAKLAND     FIRE     DEPARTMENT. 


It  is  not  necessary  to  follow  the  histoiy  of  the  Oakland 
Eire  Department  from  its  inception  to  its  regeneration  and 
permanent  establishment. — Matthew  De  La  Montanya  was 
appointed  chief  engineer  in  1874,  and  still  occupies  the  po- 
sition. The  service  has  been  brought  to  a  good  state  of  effi- 
ciency. 

A  Fire  Alarm  Telegraph,  with  twenty  miles  of  wire,  has 
<been  recently  constructed,  and  eleven  automatic  fire  boxes 
provided,  which  number  will  soon  be  largely  increased.  A 
gong  of  enormous  sounding  power  has  also  been  placed  in 
the  engine  house  of  Phoenix  No.  1  and  of  Felton  No.  2. 
George  H.  Carleton  Superintendent  of  Fire  and  Police  Tel- 
egraph. 

The  city  is  now  the  owner  of  four  engine  houses  and 
four  lots,  viz:  A  brick  engine  house  on  the  north  side  of 
Sixth  street,  between  Broadway  and  Washington,  built  in 
1875,  accommodating  the  Felton  and  Hook  and  Ladder  com- 
panies ;  a  house  and  lot  on  Fifteenth  near  Washington,  occu- 
pied by  Phoenix  Company  No.  1;  a  lot,  with  house  newly 
completed  thereon  of  brick  one  story  in  height,  on  Eighth 
street,  between  Willow  and  Campbell,  West  Oakland ;  a  brick 
house  in  East  Oakland,  on  East  Fourteenth  street,  between 
Twelfth  and  Thirteenth  avenues,  occupied  by  Brooklyn  Com- 
pany No.  4. 


24  OAKLAND    DIRECTORY. 


Companies. 

Pacenix  No.  1. — Located  on  Fifteenth  street  in  the  rear 
of  City  Hall.  Provided  with  a  third-class  Amoskeag  En- 
gine, costing  $3,178,  drawn  by  two  horses;  one  hose-cart 
drawn  by  one  horse  and  carrying  650  feet  of  hose.  The 
company  is  full  and  numbers  nine  men,  as  follows :  C.  Hooley, 
foreman;  T.  Ennis,  engineman;  W.  H.  Barrett,  stoker;  T. 
Hallahan,  driver;  S.  Stephenson,  N.  O'Brien,  M.  I.  Halla- 
han,  Edward  Clark  and  William  Ballantyne,  extramen. 

John  B.  Felton,  No.  2. — Located  on  Sixth,  between 
Broadway  and  Washington.  Is  supplied  with  a  second-class 
Silsby  Engine,  drawn  by  two  horses,  cost  $5,562,  and  one 
hose-cart  drawn  by  one  horse  and  carrying  650  feet  of  hose. 
The  Company  consists  of  nine  men:  E.  F.  Voorhees,  fore- 
man and  extraman;  W.  Myles,  engineman;  C.  Briones, 
stoker;  L.  Hoffman,  hose  driver;  B.   Bennett,  E.  Cady,  A. 

E.  Peckham,  Pi.  Myles  and  D.  Barrett,  extramen. 

Oakland,  No.  3. — Located  on  Eighth  street,  between 
Campbell  and  Willow.  It  is  a  second-class  Silsby,  costing 
$5,000,  is  drawn  by  two  horses,  and  one  hose-cart  drawn  by 
one  horse  and  carrying  750  feet  of  hose.  The  Company 
consists  of  nine  men:  William  Myles,  foreman;  George  De- 
marais,  engineman;  William  Ennis,  stoker;  D.  Cronin,  hose 
driver;  J.  E.  Bacon,  M.  M.  Kelly,  A.  H.  Myers,  A.  Tate  and 

F.  Tasney,  extramen. 

Brooklyn,  No.  4. — Located  on  East  Fourteenth  street, 
between  Twelfth  and  Thirteenth  avenues>  East  Oakland.  It 
is  supplied  with  a  second-class  Amoskeag  Engine,  drawn  by 
two  horses,  and  also  a  hose-cart  drawn  by  one  horse,  carry- 
ing 750  feet  of  hose.  The  Company  consists  of  nine  men: 
James  Moffitt,  foreman;  Ira  Chapman,  engineer;  Daniel 
Cronan,  stoker;  Patrick  Lamb,  driver  hose-cart;  H.  West, 
Oscar  Guerin,  James  Mulgrew,  George  Lewis  and  F.  Schim- 
melpfennig,  extramen. 

Brooklyn,  No.  1. — This  is  a  volunteer  company,  with  ap- 
paratus located  on  Fifteenth  avenue,  between  East  Twelfth 
and  East  Fourteenth  streets,  East  Oakland.  It  was  organi- 
zed in  May,  1869.  It  is  supplied  with  a  hand-engine,  of  the 
Jeffries  manufacture,  hook  and  ladder  truck  and  300  feet  of 
hose,  belonging  to  the  city.    The  company  numbers  53  men. 

Belief  Hook  and  Ladder  Co.,  No.  1. — Located  on  Sixth 
street,  between  Broadway  and  Washington.     The  truck  is 


FIRE    DEPARTMENT.  25 


drawn  by  two  horses.  The  company  is  composed  of  eight 
men:  J.  O.  Sarpy,  foreman;  P.  Reader,  driver;  W.  Robin- 
son, tillerman;  George  Farwell,  E.  Campbell,  Charles  H. 
Ellis,  J.  C.  Orr  and  William  Williams,  extraman. 

Cisterns  are  located  as  follows :  On  the  corner  of  Second 
and  Broadway,  Third  and  Broadway,  Fourth  and  Broadway, 
Eighth  and  Broadway,  Thirteenth  and  Broadway.  The  con- 
struction of  two  additional  cisterns — one  at  the  intersection  of 
Eight  and  Wood  streets,  and  one  in  East  Oakland  near  Four- 
teenth street  and  Twelfth  avenue — is  proposed  and  will 
probably  soon  be  accomplished. 

There  are  ninety  hydrants  constructed  and  in  use. 

LOCATION  OF  THE  ELEVEN  BOXES  ERECTED. 

Seventh,  between  Wood  and  Willow  streets. 

Seventh  and  Adeline  streets. 

Seventh  and  Market  streets. 

Seventh  and  Washington  streets. 

Twelfth  and  Broadway  streets. 

Twelfth  and  Oak  streets. 

Sixth  avenue  and  East  Twelfth  street. 

First  and  "Washington  streets. 

Market  and  Fourteenth  streets. 

Twelfth  avenue  and  East  Twelfth  street. 

Telegraph  avenue  and  Sycamore  street. 

The  expenses  of  the  Department  for  the  year  are  thus 
summarized : 

Salaries  of  officers $  1  284  00 

Salary  of  hydrant  inspector.  .  .  396  00 

Salaries  of  men 11,634  00 

Feed  of  horses 1,290  15 

Bent 156  00 

Gas 652  02 

Horses  (3)  purchased 900  00 

Carbolized  hose 1,260  00 

Engine  House,  WT.  O 3,465  83 

Engine  and  Cart,  W.  O 5,000  00 

All  other  items 2,865  43 


No. 

2. 

No. 

o 
O. 

No. 

4. 

No. 

5. 

No. 

6. 

No. 

7. 

No. 

8. 

No. 

9. 

No. 

13. 

No. 

15. 

No. 

16. 

,903  43 

The  total  value  of  Department  property,  per  inventory,  is 
$60,133  77. 


26  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 


MUNICIPAL    FINANCES. 


It  is  a  source  of  gratification  to  be  able  to  publish  the  fact 
that  the  financial  affairs  of  the  city  of  Oakland  are  prudently 
and  honestly  managed.  The  rate  of  taxation  is  low,  and 
funds  raised  by  taxes  or  the  sale  of  bonds  are  applied  strictly 
to  the  purposes  designed.  Tax-payers,  therefore,  enjoy  the 
satisfaction  of  receiving  something  tangible  for  their  con- 
tributions. They  can  see  honestly  constructed  public  build- 
ings and  street  improvements,  and  enjoy  the  benefits  a  well 
governed  and  orderly  community  bestows.  Following  are 
the  receipts  from  all  sources  for  1876  per  report  of  the  City 
Treasurer : 

City  taxes $218,501  96 

General  trader's  licenses 35,321  50 

Vehicle  licenses 545  00 

Dog  licenses 1,242  00 

Police  Court 6,788  95 

City  Wharf 10,109  88 

Total  revenue  proper $272,509  29 

Received  from  sale  of  bonds  (sewer) 8,084  00 

Received  school  moneys  from  State  and  county.     55,951  03 

Total  receipts  from  all  sources $336,544  32 

Following  are  items  of  current  expenditures  for  1876 : 

Police  Department $22,383  90 

Fire  Department 28,542  51 

Repairs  and  sprinkling  streets 23,499  11 

Lighting  streets  and  City  Hall 24,115  43 

Hospital,  &c 6,130  16 

Public  grounds  and  buildings 7,363  02 

Miscellaneous  (salaries  city  officers,  etc.) 28,322  09 

Total $140,356  22 

The  expenses  of  the  public  schools  during  the 

year  were $122,483  87 

The  city  has  paid  all  accruing  interest  on  bonds  and  holds 
a  handsome  surplus  in  the  treasury. 


MUNICIPAL   FINANCES. 


27 


Bonded  Debt. 

The  following  table  shows  all  particulars  concerning  the 
bonded  debt  of  the  city: 


Date. 

Amount. 

Pay- 
able. 

Rate 
Int. 

Amount  of 

Interest 
Charged. 

For  what  purposes. 

1858 

$18,400 

50,000 

16,000 

70,000 

50,000 

80,000 

15,000 

100,000 

100,000 

173,000 

1878 
1883 
1883 
1890 
1892 
1903 
1903 
1905 
1905 
1885 

7 
10 
10 
10 

8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 

$1,288  00 
5,000  00 
1,600  00 
7,000  00 
4,000  00 
6,400  00 
1,200  00 
8,000  00 
8,000  00 

13,840  00 

Old  Claims 

1868 
1868 
1870 
1872 
1872 
1874 
1874 
1874 
1875 

Erection  of   City   Hall 
.  .  Carpentier  judgment 

Floating  Debt 

School  Buildings 

.    .Municipal  Purposes 

Dredging  the  Bar 

.  .  .  Municipal  Purposes 
Refunding  School  Bond 

56,328  80 


Total$672,400 

The  item  of  $173,000  bonds  issued  in  1875,  were  for  the 
construction  of  the  Lake  Sewer,  and  is  payable  by  the  prop- 
erty benefited  by  that  improvement,  the  city  only  extending 
its  guarantee. 

The  assessed  value  of  property  within  the  city  limits  for 
1876-7  is  $24,000,718. 


EDUCATIONAL. 


The  Public  Schools  of  Oakland. 

High  School. — Corner  of  Twelfth  and  Market  streets. 
J.  B.  McChesney,  Principal.  C.  B.  Bradley,  Vice-Princi- 
pal. Miss  Emma  Temple,  Miss  S.  N.  Jewett  and  Miss  Irene 
Hardy,  Assistants. 

Cosmopolitan  School. — Corner  of  Eleventh  and  Grove 
streets.  P.  A.  Garin,  Principal  and  Teacher  of  French. 
Miss  H.  P.  Stearns  and  Miss  Cloelia  Lewis,  Assistants. 

Ikving  Grammar  School. — Corner  of  Market  and  Twelfth 
streets,  in  High  School  building.  J.  B.  McChesney,  Prin- 
cipal. Miss  Jennie  Walbridge,  Miss  Sara  Boniface,  Miss 
Georgia  Persing,  Miss  Mattie  Call,  Mrs.  H.  B.  Shorkley, 
Mrs.  H.  C.  Lee,  Miss  Henrietta  Sumner,  Miss  H.  Simpson, 
Miss  Annie  L.  Gray,  Miss  Viola  Strawbridge,  Mrs.  W.  H. 
Cubery  and  Mrs.  Catherine  Tarbox,  Assistants. 


28  OAKLAND    DIRECTORY. 

Lincoln  Grammar  School. — Corner  of  Tenth  and  Alice 
streets.  T.  O.  Crawford,  Principal.  Mrs.  M.  L.  Hoyt, 
Miss  Georgia  Smith,  Miss  Mary  Clow,  Miss  S.  J.  Wythe, 
Miss  Ella  Whelan,  Miss  Annie  P.  Meek  and  Mrs.  P.  A. 
Parker,  Assistants. 

Lafayette  Primary  School. — Corner  of  Twelfth  and  Jef- 
ferson streets.  Miss  A.  F.  Aldrich,  Principal.  Mrs.  K.  A. 
Campbell,  Miss  Julia  E.  Sherman,  Miss  P.  E.  Allen,  Mrs. 
E.  W.  Anderson,  Miss  Ella  Myrick,  Miss  Louisa  Allen,  Mrs. 
M.  S.  P.  Robinson  and  Mrs.  M.  E.  Pelham,  Assistants. 

Franklin  Grammar  School. — Tenth  avenue  between  East 
Fifteenth  and  East  Sixteenth  streets.  J.  H.  Sumner,  Prin- 
cipal. Mrs.  E.  Pi.  Tucker,  Mrs.  L.  E.  Bentley,  Miss  L.  E. 
White,  Miss  L.  J.  Watson,  Miss  L.  Kinkade,  Miss  C.  M. 
Ellis  and  Miss  E.  S.  Elliot,  Assistants. 

Durant  School. — Corner  of  Grove  and  Twenty-eighth 
streets.  C.  W.  Otis,  Principal.  Mrs.  Pi.  Pi.  Johnston,  Miss 
M.  Emma  Hand,  Miss  Ella  Pinkham,  Miss  Addie  Walton, 
Miss  Amelia  Clow,  Miss  M.  T.  Kimball,  Miss  Julia  E.  Mer- 
ritt  and  Miss  E.  Powell,  Assistants. 

Grove  Street  Primary  School. — Grove  between  Fourth 
and  Fifth  streets.  Mrs.  N.  D.  Standeford,  Principal.  Miss 
Clara  Hawley,  Miss  Jennie  Nesbitt  and  Miss  M.  A.  O'Neil, 

Assistants. 

Harrison  Street  Primary  School. — Corner  of  Sixth  and 
Harrison  streets.  Miss  Ada  Hamilton,  Principal.  Miss  A. 
M.  Quince  and  Mrs.  Mary  Bradford,  Assistants. 

Prescott  Grammar  School. — Corner  of  Campbell  and 
Taylor  streets.  James  Stratton,  Principal.  Miss  O.  Wet- 
more, 'Miss  Sallie  Germain,  Miss  E.  A.  Stevens,  Mrs.  M.  V. 
Kingman,  Miss  Mary  Conners,  Mrs.  E.  P.  Rann,  Mrs.  E. 
G.  Hunt,  Miss  E.  B.  Myrick,  Miss  Alice  B.  Ward,  Miss  L. 
Graffleman,  Miss  Nellie  Cook,  Mrs.  C.  W.  Tarbox  and  Mrs. 
L.  Walker,  Assistants. 

Swett  School. — Corner  East  Twentieth  street  and  Twelfth 
avenue,  East  Oakland.  Miss  M.  S.  Kimball,  Principal. 
Miss  F.  C.  Sutherland,  Miss  Lizzie  Sargent  and  Miss  S.  F. 
Bonney,  Assistants. 

Court  House. — Miss  S.  J.  Shuey. 


EDUCATIONAL.  29 


SPECIAL  TEACHERS. 


Professor  T.  Sohlke,  Teacher  of  German. 

Mrs.  A.  W.  Broclt,  principal  Teacher  of  Drawing;  Miss 
Lizzie  Mann,  assistant. 

H.  J.  Todd,  principal  Teacher  of  Music;  Miss  E.  P. 
Brown,  assistant. 

Miss  A.  E.  Deitrick,  Teacher  of  Penmanship. 

P.  E.  Bornand,  Teacher  of  Latin  and  French. 

The  University  of  California. 

The  University  of  California  is  located  at  Berkeley,  the 
most  northerly  suburb  of  Oakland,  situated  about  four  and 
one-half  miles  from  the  city,  and  is  reached  by  a  horse  rail- 
way from  Oakland,  and  by  ferry  and  steam  railroad  from 
San  Francisco.  That  the  site  was  well  chosen  may  be  seen 
by  the  following  from  the  (manuscript)  report  of  Professor 
Soule'. 

' '  The  diversified  character  of  the  surface  brings  into  use 
all  the  principles  of  surveying  and  topography.  It  is  in  area 
200  acres,  is  watered  by  numerous  springs  in  the  hills.  With 
the  spring  water  and  surface  water  saved,  the  grounds  can  be 
thoroughly  irrigated  throughout  the  year,  and  made  to 
blossom  as  the  rose.  The  lower  portion  of  the  grounds  is 
flat  and  moistf  throughout  the  year,  and  will  nourish  such 
trees,  flowers  and  shrubs  as  require  such  soil.  Then  there 
is  a  higher  plateau,  upon  which  the  various  buildings  have 
been  or  are  to  be  located,  forming  the  campus  proper. 
Beyond,  toward  the  Mt.  Diablo  range,  the  ground  rises  into 
hills,  the  highest  of  which  is  884  feet  above  tide  water,  and 
584  feet  above  the  base  of  the  south  college.  The  average 
height  of  the  tract  is  400  feet  above  tide  water.  The  hilly 
portion  could  be  well  utilized  for  forestry.  The  university 
is  supplied  with  water  from  a  reservoir  of  38,000  gallons 
capacity,  situated  at  the  foot  of  Strawberry  Canyon,  and  at 
an  elevation  of  205  feet  above  the  basement  of  the  south 
college.  It  will  carry  water  entirely  over  any  building  con- 
templated. Strawberry  creek  is  for  a  large  portion  of  the 
year  a  beautifully  clear  stream ;  during  the  winter  it  discharges 
an  enormous  quantity  of  water,  and  runs  between  steep 
banks  ten  to  fifteen  feet  in  depth,  and  with  a  span  of  from 
30  to  100  feet.  Along  it  are  found  many  shady,  quiet  nooks, 
gracious  to  the  scholar,  philosopher  and  naturalist.  The 
soil  of  the  lower  portion  of  the  site  is  a  deep  rich  adobe, 
capable  of  being  wrought  into  a  soil  of  great  productiveness; 
on  the  plateau  it  is  a  lighter  kind  ;  on  the  hills  there  is  a 


30  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

thin  soil  of  decomposed  shale  rock,  etc.  It  would  be  diffi- 
cult to  find  within  so  small  an  area  as  the  University  site  a 
spot  with  so  many  varieties  and  capabilities  in  the  way  of 
soils,  irrigation  and  exposure.  The  view,  too,  is  magnifi- 
cent. Facing  the  Golden  Gate,  the  eye  takes  in  the  whole 
peninsula  at  a  sweep,  with  its  great  mart  of  commerce,  its 
shipping,  and  the  bold  yet  lovely  islands  that  deck  the  bay, 
while  to  the  eastward  the  towering  hills  afford  a  fine  back- 
ground of  relief  to  the  eye,  as  it  turns  from  the  extended 
plain  below." 

The  Constitution  of  the  State  requires  the  legislature  to 
provide  for  the  maintenance  of  a  university,  and  in  March, 
1868,  a  law  was  passed,  creating  and  organizing  the  Univer- 
sity of  California.  The  State  appropriated  $200,000  from 
the  sale  of  tide  lands,  as  part  of  the  Endowment  Fund.  A 
"Seminary  and  Public  Building  Fund,"  amounting  to 
$100,000,  existed,  which  was  made  another  part  of  the  en- 
dowment, while  the  old  College  of  California,  which  had 
been  in  existence  since  1855,  and  had  accumulated  a  large 
property,  transferred  it  entire  to  the  University  ;  this  latter 
property  was  valued  at  $120,000.  Congress  had  already 
made  a  donation  of  150,000  acres  of  land  for  the  eztablish- 
ment  of  an  Agricultural  College  in  California.  Nothing 
could  be  more  pertinent  or  proper  than  making  the  Agricul- 
tural College  a  part  and  portion  of  the  University,  and  it 
was  done.  This  combination  of  circumstances  gives  the 
University  a  very  handsome  Endowment  Fund,  which  will 
be  largely  increased  from  the  advance  in  real  estate  held  by 
it  under  the  grants.  Two  large  and  commodious  buildings 
were  occupied,  though  not  fully  completed,  at  the  commence- 
ment of  the  college  year,  in  September,  1873. 

The  south  hall  is  of  brick,  one  hundred  and  fifty-two  feet 
in  length,  average  width  fifty-six  feet,  and  four  stories  in 
height.  It  contains  thirty-four-rooms,  six  of  which  are 
thirty-two  by  forty-eight  in  size. 

The  north  hall  is  built  of  wood,  is  one  hundred  and  sixty- 
six  feet  in  length,  average  width  sixty  feet  and  four  stories 
in  height.  It  is  divided  into  twenty-eight  rooms.  The  assem- 
bly room  is  forty -three  by  fifty-eight  feet,  and  the  philosoph- 
ical lecture  room  thirty-six  by  fifty-eight  feet.  The  cost  was 
$357,000. 

The  institution  embraces  seven  distinct  colleges,  as  fol- 
lows :  Scientific,  Agriculture,  Mechanics,  Engineering, 
Chemistry,  Mining  and  Medicine. 

In  the  College  of  Letters  the  Degree  conferred  is  that  of 


EDUCATIONAL.  31 


A.  B. ;  in  the  College  of  Science,  Bachelor  of  Philosophy, 
and  in  the  College  of  Medicine,  M.  D. 

College  of  Agriculture. — Instruction  is  given  by  experi- 
mental and  illustrated  lectures,  recitations,  essays  and  class 
discussions,  and  in  the  practical  illustration  of  principles 
upon  the  University  grounds. 

College  of  Mechanics.— This  college  educates  mechani- 
cal engineers  and  machinists.  Advanced  classes  are  in- 
structed in  civil  engineering  to  the  extent  necessary  for  the 
purposes  of  this  college,  including  Mathematics,  "Phvsics 
and  Theoretical  Mechanics.  But  the  chief  object  will  be  to 
teach  Applied  or  Industrial  Mechanics  ;  to  show  how  the 
forces  of  nature  are  employed  for  industrial  purposes  ;  and 
to  discuss  the  nature  of  the  different  constructions  or  ma- 
chines contrived  by  human  ingenuity.  Special  attention  is 
given  to  Industrial  Drawing,  with  view  to  thorough  educa- 
tion in  the  principles  of  construction  of  machinery. 

College  of  Mixing. — In  this  college  are  given  courses  of 
lectures  pn  Chemistry,  Metallurgy,  Geology,  Mineralogy  and 
Engineering.  ^  The  laboratories  "are  ample  to  conduct  the 
most  refined  investigation. 

College  of  Engineering.— The  object  of  this  college  is 
to  give  thorough  instruction  in  those  studies  which  pertain 
to  the  profession  of  a  civil  engineer.  In  the  advanced  years 
instruction  is  also  given  in  Physics,  Geology,  Zoology,  and 
in  certain  literary  branches,  including  Modern  Languages, 
History  and  Political  Economy. 

College  of  Letters.— The  College  of  Letters  maintains 
two  courses,  the  Classical  and  the  Literary.  The  former  is 
identical  with  the  general  course  of  studies  in  the  great  col- 
leges of  the  Eastern  States  and  England.  The  latter  affords 
a  most  complete  and  thorough  training  in  its  special  studies. 

Applicants  for  admission  should  be  at  least  sixteen  years 
of  age,  and  bring  satisfactory  testimonials.  Young  ladies  as 
well  as  young  men  are  received  as  students.  There  is  no 
charge  whatever  for  tuition. 

The  number  of  students  now  attending  the  University  is 
reported  in  the  annual  catalogue  as  follows  :  Seniors'27, 
Juniors  39,  Sophomores  103,  Freshmen  98,  and  other  stu- 
dents in  special  courses  25. 

College  of  Medicine.— Is  held  at  Toland  Hall,  in  San 


32  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

Francisco,  and  affords  ample  opportunities  for  acquiring  the 
highest  degree  of  excellence  in  the  theories  of  the  profes- 
sion. 

REGENTS. 

EX-OFFIOIO   REGENTS. 

His  Excellency  William  Irwin,  Sacramento,  Governor,  ex- 
officio  President  of  the  Board. 

His  Honor  J.  A.  Johnson,  San  QuentiiT?  Lieutenant  Gov- 
ernor. 

Hon.  G.  J.  Carpenter,  Placerville,  Speaker  of  the  As- 
sembly. 

Hon.  Ezra  S.  Carr,  Sacramento,  State  Superintendent  of 
Public  Instruction. 

R.  S.  Cary,  Esq.,  Sacramento,  President  of  State  Agri- 
cultural Society. 

A.  S.  Hallidie,  Esq.,  San  Francisco,  President  of  the  Me- 
chanics' Institute  of  San  Francisco. 

John  Le  Conte,  Berkeley,  President  of  the  University. 

APPOINTED  REGENTS. 

Rev.  H.  Stebbins,  D.  D.,  San  Francisco. 
Hon.  Lawrence  Archer,  San  Jose'. 
J.  West  Martin,  Esq.,  Oakland. 
Hon.  Samuel  B.  McKee,  Oakland. 
Hon.  John  F.  Swift,  San  Francisco. 
Joseph  W.  Winans,  Esq.,  San  Francisco. 
J.  Mora  Moss,  Esq.,  Oakland. 
J.  M."  Hamilton,  Esq.,  Guenoc. 
D.  O.  Mills,  Esq.,  Millbrae. 
William  Meek,  Esq.,  San  Leandro. 
Hon.  Frank  M.  Pixley,  San  Francisco. 
Hon.  William  T.  Wallace,  San  Francisco. 
Hon.  Eugene  Casserly,  San  Francisco. 

HONORARY  REGENTS.  * 

Hon.  John  S.  Hager,  San  Francisco. 
A.  J.  Bowie,  Esq.,  Jan  Francisco. 
Hon.  John  B.  Felton,  Oakland. 

*The  term  "Honorary,"  applied  to  these  Regents,  indicates  only  the 
mode  of  their  election,  which  was  made  by  the  Ex-Officio  and  Appointed 
Kegents.     Every  Regent  is  a  full  member  of  the  Board. 


EDUCATIONAL.  33 


EXECUTIVE  OFFICERS. 

President  of  the  University — John  Le  Conte.  Address, 
Berkeley. 

Advisory  Committee — Regents  Hager,  Martin,  Moss  and 
Stebbins. 

Treasurer— D.  O.  Mills. 

Dean  of  the  Academic  Senate — Martin  Kellogg. 

Chief  of  Military  Instruction— W.  T.  Welcker. 

Secretary  and  Superintendent  of  the  Grounds — Robert  E. 
C.  Stearns.     Address,  Berkeley. 

Assistant  Secretary  and  Land  Agent — J.  Ham  Harris. 

Land  Department  of  the  University — Office,  728  Mont- 
gomery street ;  P.  O.  Box,  2040,  San  Francisco. 

ACADEMIC  SENATE. 

John  Le  Conte,  M.  D.,  President  and  Professor  of  Physics. 

William  Ashburner,  Honorary  Professor  of  Mining. 

George  W.  Bunnell,  A.  M.,  Professor  of  the  Greek  Lan- 
guage and  Literature. 

George  Davidson,  A.  M.,  Honorary  Professor  of  Geodesy 
and  Astronomy. 

Stephen  J.  Field,  LL.  D.,  Honorary  Professor  of  Law. 

Frederick  G.  Hesse,  Professor  of  Industrial  Mechanics. 

Eugene  W.  Hilgard,  Ph.  D.,  Professor  of  Agriculture  and 
Agricultural  Chemistry,  General  and  Economic  Botany. 

Martin  Kellogg,  A.  M.,  Dean,  and  Professor  of  Latin  Lan- 
guage and  Literature. 

Joseph  Le  Conte,  M.  D.,  Professor  of  Geology  and  Nat- 
ural History. 

Bernard  Moses,  Ph.  D.,  Professor  of  History  and  Political 
Economy. 

Paul  Pioda,  Professor  of  Modern  Languages. 

Willard  B.  Rising,  Ph.  D.,  Professor  of  Chemistry. 

Edward  R.  Sill,  A.  M.,  Professor  of  the  English  Language 
and  Literature. 

Frank  Soule,  Jr.  (U.  S.  Military  Academy),  Professor  of 
Civil  Engineering  and  Astronomy. 

William  T.  Welcker  (U.  S.  Military  Academy),  Professor 
of  Mathematics. 

George  F.  Becker,  A.  B.,  Ph.  D.,  Instructor  in  Mining 
and  Metallurgy. 

John  W.  Bice,  Instructor  in  Engineering. 

Samuel  B.  Christy,  Ph.  B.,  Instructor  in  Chemistry. 

George  C.  Edwards,  Ph.  B.,  Instructor  in  Mathematics 
and  Commandant  of  Cadets. 

Carlos  F.  Gompertz,  Instructor  in  Spanish. 


34  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 


Leander  L.  Hawkins,  Ph.  B.,  Instructor  in  Mathematics 
and  Surveying  (Field  Practice). 

John  D.  Hoffman,  Instructor  in  Mechanical  and  other 
branches  of  Instrumental  Drawing. 

A  Wendell  Jackson,  Ph.  B.,  Instructor  in  Mineralogy. 

Henry  B.  Jones,  Assistant  Instructor  in  German. 

Win.  Carey  Jones,  A.  B.,  Recorder  of  the  Faculty. 

Edward  A.  Parker,  Ph.  B.,  Instructor  in  Physics  and 
Mathematics. 

James  M.  Phillips,  A.  B.,  Instructor  in  Hebrew,  Chaldaic 
and  Syriac. 

Albin  Putzker,  Instructor  in  German. 

Joseph  C.  Powell,  A.  B.,  Librarian. 

E.  H.  Sears,  A.  B.,  Instructor  in  Latin  and  Greek. 

F.  Slate,  Jr.,  S.  B.,  Instructor  in  Chemistry. 
John  M.  Stillman,  Ph.  B.,  Instructor  in  Chemistry. 
Frank  S.  Sutton,  Ph.  B.,  Assistant  in  Agricultural  Chem- 
istry. 

Robert  E.  C.  Stearns,  Secretary  and  Superintendent  of 
the  Grounds. 

J.  Ham  Harris,  Assistant  Secretary. 
John  Ellis,  Gardener. 
Abel  Whitton,  Manager  University  Press. 
Charles  Butters,  Telegraphic  Operator. 

GRADUATE  ASSISTANTS. 

Frederick  L..  Button,  Mathematics. 
J.  B.  Clarke,  Mathematics. 
David  Cumming,  Ph.  B.,  Mathematics. 
Benjamin  P.  Wall,  Ph.  B.,  English. 

STUDENT    ASSISTANT. 

August  Harding,   Chemistry. 

JANITORS. 

John  Scannell,  North  Hall. 
John  Hart,  South  Hall. 

Classical  and  English  School. 

George  Frederic  Degen,  A.  M.,  Principal;  F.  Paget,  A. 
M.,  Instructor  in  Modern  Languages. 

This  School  has  been  removed  to  extensive  and  convenient 
rooms,  at  1420  San  Pablo  avenue. 

The  special  aim  of  the  School  is  to  prepare  students  for 
the  University;  but  younger  pupils  will  also  be  received  and 
carefully  trained  in  a  Primary  or  Grammar  School  course. 


EDUCATIONAL.  35 


The  system  of  instruction  pursued  is  based  upon  careful 
explanation  of  principles,  frequent  reviews,  and  steady  and 
persistent  drill.  It  is  believed  that  by  this  system  the  pupil 
will  make,  in  the  end,  more  rapid  progress,  and  with  more 
lasting  results. 

The  particular  attention  of  parents  is  called  to  the  monthly 
reports,  which  are  detailed  statements  of  each  student's  de- 
portment and  progress  in  studies.  The  Principal  is  always 
happy  to  confer  with  parents  in  regard  to  their  sons,  that  he 
may  successfully  co-operate  with  them  in  forming  in  the  latter 
a  high  standard  of  both  scholarship  and  manhood. 

This  School  was  established  by  Kirk  W.  Brier.  The  pres- 
ent principal  received  a  most  thorough  education  at  Howard 
University,  and  is  considered  a  most  successful  instructor. 

This  School  is  deservedly  popular.  A  large  number  of 
youths  are  annually  fitted  for  the  University  at  this  educational 
establishment. 

California  Military  Academy. 

Rev.  David  McClure,  Principal. 

Located  on  east  side  of  Telegraph  avenue  near  Prospect 
avenue.  The  military  system  of  drilling  and  discipline  has 
been  adopted  to  secure  physical  culture,  promptness,  presence 
of  mind  and  its  attendant  results. 

Golden    Gate  Academy. 

Located  on  Academy  Hill  near  Telegraph  avenue.  This 
institution  receives  students  of  both  sexes,  either  as  boarders 
or  day  scholars.     J.  N.  Haskins,  Principal. 

Mills  Seminary. 

Located  at  the  foot  of  the  San  Pablo  Eange,  five  miles 
from  Oakland.  An  institution  devoted  to  the  education  of 
young  ladies.     Rev.  C.  T.  Mills,  Principal. 

St.  Joseph's  Academy. 

Fifth,  between  Madison  and  Jackson  streets.  Under 
charge  of  Brother  Hosea.  This  is  an  admirably  conducted 
school,  devoted  to  the  education  of  boys.  The  premises  are 
commodious,  and  a  large  number  of  our  youth  are  receiving 
a  thorough  practical  education  there.  Pupils  are  received 
either  for  day  instruction  or  as  boarders.  It  is  deservedly 
popular,  being  under  the  management  of  the  most  careful 
and  efficient  instructors. 


36  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

Convent  of  Our  Lady  of  the  Sacred  Heart. 

Located  near  the  head  of  Lake  Merritt  on  Webster  street. 
A  boarding  school  for  young  ladies.  Under  the  patronage 
of  the  Most  Rev.  M.  King,  Pastor  of  Oakland. 

Pacific  Theological  Seminary. 

Located  on  Academy  Hill.  Rev.  J.  A.  Benton,  D.  D., 
Professor  of  Sacred  Literature.  Rev.  George  Mooar,  Pro- 
fessor of  Theology. 

St.  Mary's  Academy. 

North  side  of  Eighth,  between  Jefferson  and  Grove  streets. 
Under  charge  of  the  Sisters. 

St.  Mary's  Free  School. 

Seventh  street  near  Jefferson.  Under  charge  of  the 
Sisters. 

Home  School  for  Young  Ladies. 

Miss  H.  A.  Field,  Principal,  523  Hobart  street. 

State  Deaf  and  Dumb,  and  Blind  Asylum. 

This  institution  is  located  near  the  State  University  at 
Berkeley.  The  farm  consists  of  one  hundred  and  thirty 
acres,  eighty  acres  of  which  are  on  the  hills  fronting  the 
bay.  Pure  water  is  supplied  by  hillside  springs,  and  the 
elevated  site  insures  the  purest  of  air.  Altogether,  a  better 
location  could  not  have  been  chosen.  On  the  17th  of  Janu- 
ary, 1875,  the  beautiful  and  costly  stone  building  occupied 
by  the  institution  was  destroyed  by  fire,  and  the  exigencies 
of  the  case,  with  more  than  a  hundred  helpless  unfortunates 
to  shelter  and]provide  for,  were  indeed  great.  But  the  spirit 
of  energy,  coupled  with  that  of  benevolence,  which  inspires 
the  citizens  of  Alameda  County,  found  means  to  build  a  tem- 
porary structure  without  delay,  and,  as  early  as  April  21st, 
three  months  from  the  time  of  the  disaster,  the  school  was 
again  opened.  Plans  for  permanent  buildings  have  been 
made  and  are  now  being  carried  out.  They  provide  for  a  series 
of  structures  including  '*  Homes,"  a  central  refectory,  school 
house,  etc.,  all  of  which,  when  completed,  will  accommodate 
two  hundred  and  fifty  pupils.  The  buildings  are  of  the  most 
substantial  character,  having  concrete  and  stone  foundations, 
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CHURCHES.  37 


brick  superstructure,  walls  lined  with  hollow  brick,  slate 
roofs,  all  partitions  of  brick,  and  stone  stair-cases  through- 
out. Every  arrangement  to  secure  health  and  comfort  has 
been  made,  while  the  system  of  segregation  adopted  will  be 
not  only  a  safeguard  against  fire,  but  do  away  with  many  evils 
connected  with  the  herding  of  large  numbers  under  one  roof. 

The  course  of  studies  pursued  at  this  Institute  is  very 
nearly  the  same  as  that  embraced  in  the  public  schools  and 
in  the  seminaries,  with  the  addition  of  music,  which  is  taught 
the  blind  as  a  means  of  obtaining  a  livelihood.  The  insti- 
tution is  sustianed  by  the  State,  but  clothing  and  traveling 
expenses  must  be  provided  by  the  parents  or  guardians  of 
the  children,  except  in  cases  of  extreme  poverty,  when  a 
proper  certificate  from  the  County  Judge  will  authorize  the 
directors  to  supply  clothing. 

The  management  of  the  institution  is  entrusted  to  a  Board 
of  five  Directors,  appointed  by  the  Governor.  The  present 
Board  consists  of  the  following  named  gentlemen :  J.  Mora 
Moss,  J.  A.  Stanly,  E.  J.  Crane,  Oakland;  H.  H.  Haight, 
Alameda,  and  D.  D.  Shattuck,  San  Francisco.  Warring 
Wilkinson,  Principal.  H.  A.  Palmer,  Secretary  and  Treas- 
urer. 

A  committee  of  ladies,  consisting  of  Mrs.  Mary  E.  Bray- 
ton,  Mrs.  E.  Green,  Mrs.  A.  G.  Gurnett,  Mrs.  Harriet  A. 
Warring,  Mrs.  James  A.  Folger  and  Mrs.  L.  H.  Cary  visit 
the  institution  regularly  and  look  into  the  domestic  arrange- 
ments. 

Instructors  in  the  Deaf  and  Dumb  Department:  George 
B.  Goodall,  F.  P.  Fowler,  Henry  Frank  and  T.  D'Estrella. 

Instructors  in  the  Blind  Department:  Charles  T.  Wilkin- 
son, George  B.  Goodall  and  Mrs.  A.  B.  Goodall. 


CHURCHES. 


First  Baptist  Church. 

Location,  southeast  corner  of  Fourteenth  and  Brush  streets. 
Bev.  B.  S.  McLafferty,  pastor.  Pastoral  residence.  807 
Brush  street.  Hours  of  service,  at  11  a.  m.  and  7:45  p.  m. 
Sunday  School  at  12:30  p.  m.  This  Society  possesses  an 
elegant  and  imposing  church  edifice,  constructed  of  wood, 
and  is  free  from  debt. 


38  OAKLAND    DIRECTORY. 


East  Oakland  Baptist  Church. 

Location,  northeast  corner  of  East  Fourteenth  street  and 
Tenth  avenue.  Rev.  Thomas  G.  McLean,  Pastor.  Pastoral 
residence,  southeast  corner  of  Twelfth  avenue  and  East  Nine- 
teenth street.  Hours  of  service  at  11  a.  m.  and  7  p.  m.  Sun- 
day School  at  12  M.     Chinese  Sunday  School  at  3  p.  m. 

First  Congregational  Church. 

Location,  east  side  Washington  between  Tenth  and  Eleventh 
streets.  Rev.  J.  K.  McLean,  Pastor.  Pastoral  residence, 
1008  Washington  street.  Services  at  11  a.  m.  and  7:30  P.  M. 
Sunday  School  at  12:30  p.  m.  The  Sabbath  School  numbers 
over  three  hundred  scholars. 

Second  Congregational  Church. 

Location,  north  side  Chase  near  Willow-  Pastorate  vacant. 
Services  at  11  a.  m.  and  7:30  p.  m.  Sunday  School  at  12:15 
p.  m.  A  new  church  edifice  with  a  seating  capacity  of  four 
hundred  has  been  recently  completed  at  a  cost  of  $7,500. 

Plymouth  Avenue  Congregational  Church. 

Location,  corner  of  Plymouth  and  Elm  avenues.  The 
pulpit  is  supplied  by  Professors  Benton  and  Mooar,  of  the 
Theological  Seminary.  Services  at  11  A.  M.  and  7 :  30  p.  M. 
Sunday  School  at  12:30  p.  m. 

St.  John's  Episcopal  Church. 

Location,  Grove  street  between  Seventh  and  Eighth.  Rev. 
Benjamin  Akerly,  D.  D.,  Rector.  Residence,  southwest  cor- 
ner Sixteenth  and  Adeline  streets.  Daily  service  at  10  A.  M. 
Sunday  at  11  A.  m.  and  7:30  p.  m.  Sunday  School  at  9:30 
A.  m.,  and  Mission  Sunday  School  707  Broadway  at  2  p.  m. 
The  church  has  over  two  hundred  communicants  and  a  flour- 
ishing Sabbath  School. 

St.  Paul's  Episcopal  Church. 

Location,  Twelfth  street  between  Webster  and  Franklin. 
Rev.  J.  Lewis  Parks,  Rector.  Residence,  1513  Telegraph 
avenue.  Services  at  11  A.  M.  and  7 :30  p.  M.  Sunday  School 
at  9:30  a.  m.  The  value  of  the  Church  property  is  in  excess 
of  $20,000. 


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Church  of  the  Advent  (Episcopal). 

Location,  corner  of  East  Fourteenth  street  and  Seven- 
teenth avenue.  Rev.  Sidney  Wilbur,  Rector.  Residence, 
Sixteenth  avenue  near  East  Sixteenth  street.  Services  at  11 
A.  m.     Sunday  School  at  9:45  a.  m. 

St.  John  Mission  (Episcopal)  Temescal. 

Rev.  Benjamin  Akerly,  D.  D.,  Rector.  Services  at  3  P.  m., 
also  Sunday  School. 

The  Bishop  Berkeley  Mission  (Episcopal). 

Organized  February  14,  1877.  Location,  east  side  of 
Chapel  near  Bancroft  way.  Rev.  J.  T.  Wheat,  D.  D.,  Rec- 
tor. Services  at  11  a.  m.  Sunday  School  at  2  p.  m.  Ser- 
vices ou  Fridays  at  4  p.  M.     Average  Sunday  attendance  60. 

German  Evangelical  Lutheran  Church. 

Services  at  Odd  Fellow's  Hall,  corner  of  Eleventh  and 
Franklin  streets,  at  11  A.  M.  Rev.  William  Buehren,  Pastor. 
Pastoral  residence,  west  side  Eighth  avenue  between  East 
Seventeenth  and  East  Eighteenth  streets. 

Evangelical  Association. 

Services  are  held  at  the  Academy  of  Music,  Sixth  street 
near  Broadway  at  11  A.  M.  Sunday  School  at  10  a.  m.  Rev. 
John  G.  Marquardt,  Pastor.  Pastoral  residence,  north  side 
Thirteenth  street  near  Campbell. 

First  Methodist  Episcopal  Church. 

Location/southwest  corner  of  Fourteenth  and  Clay  streets. 
Rev.  Robert  Bently,  Pastor.  Pastoral  residence,  corner  of 
Eighteenth  and  Jefferson  streets.  Services  at  11  A.  m.  and 
7:30  p.  m.  Sunday  School  at  9:30  a.  m.  A  church  edifice 
costing  $35,000  has  recently  been  completed. 

Centennial  Methodist  Episcopal  Church. 

Location,  Campbell  street  between  Eighth  and  Taylor. 
Rev.  J.  H.  Wythe  jr.,  Pastor.  Pastoral  residence,  west  side 
West  street  between  Ninth  and  Tenth.  Services  at  11  A.  M. 
and  7:30  p.  m.     Sunday  School  at  9:30  a.  m. 


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OAKLAND    DIRECTORY. 


German  Methodist  Episcopal  Church. 

Location,  Seventeenth  street  between  San  Pablo  and  Tele- 
graph avenues.  Rev.  H.  Brueck,  Pastor.  Pastoral  resi- 
dence northwest  corner  of  Twentieth  and  Brush  streets. 
Services  at  10:45  a.  m.  and  7:30  p.  m.     Sunday  School  at  9 

A.  M. 

Brooklyn  Methodist  Episcopal  Church. 

Location,  corner  of  Seventh  avenue  and  East  Fifteenth 
street.  Bev.  B.  E.  Edgell,  Pastor.  Services  at  11  A.  M.  and 
7  P.  M.  Class  Meeting  12:30  p.  m.  Sunday  School  2  P.  m. 
Prayer  Meeting  Wednesdays  at  7:30  p.  M. 

African  Methodist  Church. 

Location,  southeast  corner  of  Seventh  and  Market  streets. 
Pastorate  vacant. 

First  Presbyterian  Church. 

Location,  corner  of  Fourteenth  and  Franklin  streets. 
Rev.  James  Eells,  Pastor.  Residence,  Peralta  House,  Tem- 
escal.  Services  at  11  a.  m.  and  7:30  p.  m.  Sunday  School 
at  9:30  a.  m.  The  church  building  and  furniture  is  valued 
at  over  $80,000. 

First  Presbyterian  Church  of  East  Oakland. 

Location,  northeast  corner  of  East  Fourteenth  street  and 
Fifteenth  avenue.  Rev.  W.  H.  Dean,  Pastor.  Pastoral  res- 
idence, 749  East  Fourteenth  street.  Services  at  11  A.  m.  and 
7  p.m.  Sunday  School  at  12:30  P.  m.  Chinese  Sunday 
School  at  5  p.  m. 

Independent  Presbyterian  Church. 

Location,  corner  of  Thirteenth  and  Jefferson  streets.     L. 
Hamilton,  Pastor. 
Services  at  11  a.  m. 


Pastoral  residence,  1165  Jackson  street. 
Sunday  School  at  12  A.  m. 


First  Congregational   Church,  Berkeley. 

Location,  east  side  Humboldt  avenue  near  D wight  way. 
Rev.  E.  B.  Payne,  Pastor. 

Church  of  the  Immaculate  Conception  (R.  C.) 

Location,  west  side  of  Jefferson  street  between  Seventh 
and  Eighth.     Rev.  Michael  King,  Pastor;  Rev.  Hugh  Lagan, 


CHURCHES.  41 


Asisstant.  Mass  on  Sundays  at  6 :30,  7 :45, 10 :30  and  9  a.  m. 
for  the  children;  vespers  at  7:30  p.  m.  Mass  on  week  days 
at  7  a.  m.  Sunday  School  after  the  9  a.  m.  mass;  number  of 
scholars  about  500.  Members  of  parish  5,000.  Seating 
capacity  of  church,  1,300;  average  morning  attendance  3,000. 

St.  Anthony's  Church  (R.  C.) 

Location,  east  side  of  East  Fifteenth  street  near  Sixteenth 
avenue.  Rev.  William  Gleeson,  Pastor;  Rev.  John  McNally, 
Assistant.  Mass  at  10:45  a.  m.  on  Sundays  and  at  7  a.  m.  on 
week  days.  Vespers  on  Sundays  at  7:30  P.  m.  Sunday 
School  at  2  p.  M. 

Church  of  the  Sacred  Heart  of  Jesus. 

Location,  east  side  of  Evoy  avenue  between  Grove  and 
West  streets.  Rev.  Lawrence  Serda,  Pastor.  Mass  on  Sun- 
days at  9:30  A.  m.  Vespers  at  7:30  p.  M.  Sunday  School 
after  Mass. 

Seventh  Day  Adventists   Church. 

Location,  corner  of  Thirteenth  and  Clay  streets.  J.  N. 
Loughborough,  Pastor.  Services  on  Sabbath  (Saturday)  at 
10:30  a.  m.  and  Sunday  at  7:30  P.  M.  Sabbath  School  at  9 
a.  M. ;  number  of  scholars,  65.  Members  of  Church,  67. 
The  church  building  and  lot  cost  $13,500.  Trustees:  E.  R. 
Gillett,  D.  B.  Rickey,  J.  I.  Tay,  George  S.  Manuel  and  G. 
A.  Baker. 

Church   of  Christ. 

Odd  Fellow's  Hall,  corner  of  Eleventh  and  Franklin.  Ser- 
vices on  Sunday  at  1  P.  M. 

First  Hebrew  Congregation  of  Oakland. 

This  Congregation  intend  to  build  a  church  on  the  south 
side  of  Fourteenth  street  between  Franklin  and  Webster; 
they  meet  at  present  at  Masonic  Hall.  Rabbi,  vacant;  J. 
Letter,  President;  I.  Alexander,  Vice-President;  Jacob  Loe- 
benstein,  Secretary;  Nathan  Rosenberg,  Treasurer;  F.  R. 
Melius,  Moses  Rosenberg  and  Jacob  Harris,  Trustees. 


CEMETERY. 


Mountain  View. — Webster  near  Piedmont. 


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SECRET  SOCIETIES. 


Masonic. 

Knights'  Templar. — Oakland  Commandery  No.  11. — 
Stated  Assembly  on  the  first  Tuesday  of  each  month  in 
Broadway  Block.  R.  C.  Gaskill,  Eminent  Comman- 
der; A.  S.  Hubbard,  Generallissimo ;  Andrew  Byder, 
Captain  General;  O.  C.  Wheeler,  Prelate;  W.  F.  Fletcher, 
Senior  Warden;  A.  Liliencrantz,  Junior  Warden;  J.  M. 
Miner,  Treasurer;  Frank  W.  dishing,  Becorder;  C.  E.  Gil- 
lett,  Standard  Bearer;  F.  X.  Z.  Marchand,  Sword  Bearer; 
Solomon  Lathrop,  Warden;  James  Dodds,  Captain  of  the 
Guard;  B.  J.  Van  Voorhies,  J.  E.  Benton  and  Wm.  Wilson, 
Guards. 

Live  Oak  Lodge,  No.  61,  F.  and  A.  M. — Stated  meetings 
are  held  on  the  first  Friday  evening  of  each  month  at 
Masonic  Hall,  south-west  corner  Broadway  and  Eighth. 
Membership,  130.  James  Todd  Gardiner,  W.  M. ;  John  C. 
Marsh,  S.  W.;  John  Baglan  Glascock,  J.  W. ;  Samuel 
Hirshberg,   Treasurer;    James  Lentell,    Secretary;    George 

E.  Bennison,  S.  D.;  Geo.  E.  Farwell,  J.  D.;  Benjamin 
Akerly,  Chaplain;  John  Ross,  Tyler. 

Oakland  Lodge,  No.  188,  F.  F.  and  A.  M. — Stated 
meetings  on  the  first  Saturday  of  every  month  at  Hall  in 
Broadway  block,  between  Eleventh  and  Twelfth.  Member- 
ship,  200.     Jesse  Walton,   W.  M.;  N.  B.  Hoyt,   S.  W.;  J. 

F.  O'Beirne,  J.  W.;  C.  B.  Rutherford,  Treasurer;  J.  E. 
Ingols,  Secretary;  L.  Hamilton,  Chaplain;  W.  A.  Walter, 
Marshall;  A.  K.  Clark,  Senor  Deacon;  A.  S.  Baker,  Junior 
Deacon;  J.  Black  andE.  Child,  Stewards;  Jas.  Dods,  Tyler. 

Brooklyn  Lodge,  No.  225,  F.  F.  and  A.  M. — Stated 
meetings  on  the  first  Monday  of  each  month;  called  meet- 
ings every  Tuesday  evening  at  Schimmelpfennig's  Hall,  on 
the  east  side  of  Twelfth,  between  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth 
avenues,  East  Oakland.  Present  membership,  32.  J.  W. 
Phillips,  W.  M.;  B.  M.  Atchison,  S.  W.;  I.  M.  Walker,  J. 
W. ;  J.  J.  Newsom,  Treasurer.  J.  H.  Sumner,  Secretary; 
J.  V.  Webster,  Senior  Deacon;  J.  Hunt,  Junior  Deacon; 
J.  A.  Webster,  Marshall;  E.  E.  Davies  and  Wm.  Kennedy, 
Stewards;  W.  D.  Thomas,  Tyler. 

Alcatraz  Lodge,  U.  D. — Stated  meetings  are  held  every 
Monday  at  Masonic  Hall,  corner  Seventh  and  Willow,  West 


SECRET    SOCIETIES.  43 


Oakland.  Membership,  40.  C.  H.  Keclington,  W.  M.; 
S.  E.  Burroughs,  "S.  W.;  E.  T.  Taylor,  J.  W.;  C.  H.  F. 
Braun,  Treasurer;  J.  Hollywood,  Secretary;  G.  W.  Gilbert, 
S.  D;  D.  B.  Oakes,  J.  D.;  J.  L.  Gerish,  Tyler. 

Oakland  Chapter,  No.  26,  B.  A.  M. — Stated  meetings 
are  held  on  the  first  and  third  Thursday  evenings  of  each 
month  at  hall  of  Live  Oak  Lodge.  T.  P.  Wales,  High 
Priest;  Benjamin  Akerly,  King;  J.  E.  Whitcher,  Scribe; 
John  C.  Irwin,  Koyal  Arch  Captain;  W.  B.  Clayton, 
Captain  of  the  Host;  Wm,  Van  Voorhies,  Principal  So- 
journer; P.  J.  Cunningham,  Master  Third  Vail;  S.  Newsom, 
Master  Second  Vail;  F.  H.  Brooks,  Master  First  Vail;  S. 
Hirshberg,  Treasurer;  James  Lentell,  Secretary;  John  Ross, 
Guard. 

Alameda  Chapter,  No.  36,  R.  A.  M. — Stated  meetings 
are  held  on  the  second  and  fourth  Wednesdays  of  each 
month  at  the  hall  in  Broadway  Block,  on  Broadway,  be- 
tween Eleventh  and  Twelfth.  W.  A.  Walter,  High  Priest; 
A.  W.  Collins,  King;  F.  W.  Gushing,  Scribe;  Jessie  Wal- 
ton, Captain  of  the  Host;  J.  J.  Porter,  Principal  Sojourner: 
E.  E.  Potter,  Royal  Arch  Captain;  E.  D.  Farrington,  Mas- 
ter Third  Vail;  William  Graham,  Master  Second  Vail; 
Joseph  F.  O'Beirne,  Master  First  Vail;  J.  E.  Ingols,  Secre- 
tary; C.  H.  F.  Braun,  Treasurer:  James  Dods,  Guard. 

Adoptive  Masonry,  the  Order  of  the  Eastern  Star. 

Oak  Leaf  Chapter,  No.  8. — Meets  at  Masonic  Hall,  cor- 
ner Eighth  and  Broadway,  on  the  second  and  fourth  Tues- 
days of  each  month.  Rollin  C.  Gaskill,  Worthy  Patron; 
Mrs.  C.  C.  Walter,  Worthy  Matron;  Mrs.  Mary  E.  Part- 
ridge, Associate  Matron;  Rieka  Hirshberg,  Treasurer;  Mrs. 
Ellen  M.  Bishop,  Secretary;  Miss  Julia  Spencer,  Conduc- 
tress; Miss  Clara  J.  Cushing,  Associate  Conductress;  Miss 
Dora  Hirshberg,  Warder;  Miss  Agnes  Bankhead,  Adah; 
Mrs.  Lucia  Loring,  Ruth;  Mrs.  May  McGuire,  Esther;  Miss 
Mercedes  Murray,  Martha;  Mrs.  Francis  E.  Ryder,  Electa; 
W.  A.  Walter,  Sentinel. 

Centennial  Chapter,  No.  24. — Meet  on  the  second  and 
fourth  Saturdays  of  every  month  at  Masonic  Hall,  West 
Oakland.  Present  membership,  40.  Mrs.  F.  T.  Houghton, 
M.;  W.  S.  Snook,  P.;  Mrs.  W.  S.  Snook,  A.  M.;  Mrs:  F. 
L.  Pearce,  C;  Mrs.  H.  D.  Underwood,  A.  C;  Mrs.  T. 
Beretta,  T.;  J.  M.  Maguire,    Secretary;  Mrs.  N.  Giamboni, 


44      •  OAKLAND    DIRECTORY. 

Adah;  Mrs.  A.  G.  Anthony,  Ruth;  Miss  L.  Striker,  Esther; 
Miss  Jennie  Striker,  Martha;  Mrs.  L.  Hufschmidt,  Electa; 
Mrs.  Hawkett,  W. 

Independent  Order  of  Odd  Fellows. 

This  organization  has  a  comfortable  hall,  built  and  owned 
by  a  joint  stock  company  composed  of  members  of  the 
Order,  on  the  corner  of  Franklin  and  Eleventh  streets.  All 
the  Lodges,  Encampments  and  Odd  Fellows'  societies 
meet  at  this  hall ;  the  Library  also  occupies  a  portion  of  the 
second  floor,  looking  out  on  Franklin  street. 

Orion  Lodge,  of  East  Oakland,  has  erected  a  comfortable 
hall  corner  East  Twelfth  street  and  Eleventh  avenue. 

Oakland  Lodge,  No.  118. — Meets  every  Tuesday  evening. 
The  present  membership  is  251.  A.  K.  Russell,  N.  G. ;  C. 
H.  Twombley,  V.  G.;  C.  W.  Baker,  Recording  Secretary; 
W.  E.  Grinnell,  Financial  Secretary;  Peter  Baker,  Treasurer. 

University  Lodge,  No.  144. — Meets  every  Thursday  eve- 
ning. Present  membeaship  175.  A.  D.  Thomson,  N.  G.; 
D.  E.  Bortree,  V.  G. ;  J.  E.  Crane,  Recording  Secretary; 
S.  F.  Daniels,  Permanent  Secretary;  J.  R.  Capell,  Treasurer. 

Fountain  Lodge,  No.  198. — Meets  every  Monday  evening. 
Present  membership  145.  Wm.  Chamberlain,  N.  G. ;  N.  B. 
Hoyt,  Y.  G.;  O.  E.  Roberts,  Recording  Secretary;  E.  M. 
Railton,  Permanent  Secretary;  David  Shakespear,  Treasurer. 

Orion  Lodge,  No.  189. — Meets  every  Saturday  evening 
at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall,  East  Twelfth  street,  East  Oakland. 
Present  membership  95.  TV".  T.  Noyes,  N.  G.;  Samuel 
Collins,  V.  G.;  Hubert  Kingsbury,  Recording  Secretary; 
Geo.  Chase,  Treasurer. 

Harbor  Lodge,  No.  253. — Meets  every  "Wednesday  even- 
ing at  Masonic  Hall,  West  Oakland.  Membership,  50.  H. 
D.  Underwood,  N.  G. ;  W.  H.  Cowan,  V.  G. ;  J.  M.  Young, 
Recording  Secretary;  W.  H.  Wilkinson,  Permanent  Secre- 
tary; W.  A.  Hughes,  Treasurer;  Dr.  A.  G.  Anthony,  Medi- 
cal Examiner. 

Golden  Rule  Encampment. — Meets  on  the  first  and  third 
Friday  evenings  of  each  month,  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall. 
Membership,  150.  Wm.  Clayton,  Chief  Patron;  N.  B.  Hoyt, 
High  Priest;  W.  P.  Pinkham,  Senior  Warden;  James  E. 
Ingols,  Scribe;  David  Shakespear,  Treasurer. 


SECRET    SOCIETIES.  45 


Alameda  Degree  Lodge,  No.  5. — Meets  on  the  second 
and  fourth  Friday  evenings  of  each  month.  Membership, 
300.  E.  G.  Jones,  Degree  Master;  A.  D.  Thomson,  Deputy 
Degree  Master;  Edward  C.  Robinson,  Secretary;  W.  S. 
Dryden,  Treasurer. 

Oakland  Rebekah  Degeee  Lodge,  No.  16. — Meets  every 
Wednesday  evening.  Membership,  78.  H.  P.  Graves,  N. 
G.;  Mrs.  R.  Ayers,  V.  G. ;  Mrs.  A.  S.  Bradford,  Secretary; 
Mrs.  O.  E.  Roberts,  Treasurer. 

Brooklyn  Rebekah  Degree  Lodge,  No.  12. — Meets  every 
first  and  third  Mondays  of  each  month,  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall, 
East  Twelfth  street,  East  Oakland.  Membership,  50.  J. 
W.  Watson,  N.  G.;  Mrs.  Mandana  Chase,  V.  G.;  Mrs.  M. 
J.  Hamilton,  Rec.  Sec;  Mrs.  Anna  Liese,  Perm.  Sec;  Mrs. 
Hattie  R.  Noyes,  Treasurer. 

Odd  Fellows'  Hall  Association. — Meets  on  the  last 
Monday  evening  of  each  month,  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall.  G. 
H.  Fogg,  President;  David  Shakespear,  Secretary. 

Odd  Fellows'  Libraries. — Second  floor  Odd  Fellows 
Hall.  P.  J.  Ipsen,  Librarian,  and  Odd  Fellows'  Hall,  East 
Oakland.     See  Libraries. 

Odd  Fellows'  Relief  Committee. — Meetings  are  held 
every  Sunday  morning,  at  ten  o'clock,  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hail, 
corner  Eleventh  and  Franklin  streets.  Wm.  Chamberlain, 
President;  Jesse  Walton,  Secretary;  E.  K.  Russell,  Treas- 
urer. 

United  Ancient  Order  of  Druids. 

Oakland  Grove,  No.  24. — Meets  at  Hall  of  Live  Oak 
Masonic  Lodge  every  Wednesday  evening.  Membership,  65. 
Wm.  Sagehorn,  N.  A.;  T.  F.  Munts,  V.  A.;  Daniel  Sies- 
buttel,  Secretary;  Frederick  Schaffner,  Treasurer. 

Brooklyn  Grove,  No.  30. — Meets  at  Schimmelpfennig's 
Hall,  East  Oakland,  every  Tuesday  evening.  Membership, 
29.  X.  Olanie,  N.  A.;  G.  W.  French,  V.  A.;  Geo.  Tiche- 
nor,  Secretary;  F.  Schimmelpfennig,  Treasurer;  F.  Brunjes, 
I.  G. 

Knights  of  Pythias. 

Live  Oak  Lodge,  No.  17. — Meets  every  Wednesday 
evening  at  Pythian  Castle,  1109  Broadway.  Membership 
about  117.     H.  E.  Momyer.  P.  C;  D.  S.  Hirshberg,  C.  0.; 


46  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

S.  Stephenson,  V.  O.j  G.  W.  Markley,  Prelate;  G.  J.  Frey, 
Keeper  of  Records  and  Seal;  D.  B.  Bankhead,  M.  of  E.;  H. 
A.  Holland,  M.  of  F.;  M.  E.  Bankhead,  M.  at  A.;  P.  L. 
Earheart,  I.  G.;  J.  C.  Orr,  O.  G. 

Brooklyn  Lodge,  No.  32. — Instituted  August  21,  1875. 
Present  membership,  78.  Meets  every  Monday  evening  at 
Schimmelpfennig's  Hall,  East  Oakland.  W.  H.  Hamilton, 
P.  C;  George  Lewis,  jr.,  P.  C;  D.  B.  Bankhead,  District 
Deputy  G.  C;  A.  W.  Cutler,  C.  C;  Joseph  Anderson,  V. 
C;  M.  W.  Fish,  Prelate;  George  Lewis,  jr.,  Keeper  of  Re- 
cords and  Seal;  Frederick  Schimmelpfennig,  sr.,  M.  of  E.; 
V.  S.  Northey,  M.  of  F.;  Joseph  Golden,  M.  at  A.;  J.  W. 
Glaze,  I.  G.;  H.  West,  O.  G. 

Liberty  Lodge,  No.  35. — Meets  every  Thursday  evening 
at  Kohler's  Hall,  northwest  corner  Railroad  avenue  and 
Chester  street.  Instituted  April  1st,  1876.  Membership, 
80.  George  H.  Whaley,  P.  C;  E.  F.  Thayer,  C.  C;  F. 
W.  Spiers,  V.  C;  W.  T.  Bellars,  Prelate;  A.  E.  Nightin- 
gale, Keeper  of  Records  and  Seal;  Geo.  Bolser,  M.  of  F.; 
Chas.  Eitell,  M.  of  E.;  A.  Arens,  M.  at  A.;  F.  Cook,  I.  G.; 
John  Henning,  O.  G.;  Dr.  A.  G.  Anthony,  Medical  Exam- 
iner. 

Improved  Order  of  Red  Men. 

Cherokee  Tribe,  No.  27. — Meets  at  the  corner  of  Broad- 
way and  Eleventh  streets  every  Friday  evening.  Present 
number  of  members,  40.  A.  H.  Anderson,  Sachem;  A. 
Campbell,  Senior  Sagamore;  D.  W.  Mervin,  Junior  Saga- 
more; W.  E.  King,  Chief  of  Records;  W.  T.  Myles,  Treas- 
urer. 

Independent    Order    of   Red  Men    (exclusively  German). 

Alameda  Stamm,  No.  113. — Meets  every  Monday  evening 
at  Pythian  Hall,  1109  Broadway.  Membership,  85.  J.  F. 
W.  Sohst,  D.  G.  C;  Adam  Koop,  O.  Chief;  Samuel  Hirsh- 
berg,  N.  Chief;  C.  Klein,  B.  Chief;  D.  Vogt,  Treasurer;  E. 
Harmon,  Secretary. 

Ancient  Order  Hibernians. 

County  Delegate,  P.  Mullen;  General  President,  S.  D. 
Cronin;  General  Vice-President,  M.  J.  Ryan;  A.  McGarry, 
Financial  Secretary;  John  Coyle,  Recording  Secretary; 
Patrick  Donohoe,  Treasurer. 


SECRET    SOCIETIES.  47 


Division  No.  1. — Meets  on  the  third  Thursday  of  each 
month  at  Hibernia  Hall,  Broadway,  between  Third  and 
Fourth.  Patrick  Murphy,  President;  John  Brazil,  Vice- 
President;  D.  O.  Dwyer,  Financial  Secretary;  John  O'Bryan, 
Becording  Secretary;  Eugene  Lynch,  Treasurer. 

Division  No.  2. — Meets  on  the  first  Thursday  of  each 
month  at  Hibernia  Hall.  James  Keyes,  President;  P.  S. 
McQuaid,  Vice-President;  C.  A.  Mulvy,  Becording  Secre- 
tary, John  Fitzsimmons,  Financial  Secretary;  P.  Kerney, 
Treasurer. 

Division  No.  3. — Meets  on  the  third  Thursday  of  each 
month  at  Livermore.  John  Began,  President;  Martin Burk, 
Vice-President;  John  Byan,  Financial  Secretary;  Patrick 
Croke,  Becording  Secretary;  John  Callahan,  Treasurer. 

Independent  Order  of  Good  Templars. 

Brooklyn  Lodge  No.  384. — Meets  every  Thursday  even- 
ing at  Schimmelpfennig's  Hall,  East  Twelfth  street,  between 
Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth  avenues,  East  Oakland.  Member- 
ship about  64.  Joseph  Bucklev,  P.  W.  C.  T.;  T.  LeBal- 
lister,  W.  C.  T. ;  Sarah  Cutler,  W.  V.  T. ;  J.  Naismith,  Secre- 
tary; H.  Hale,  Financial  Secretary;  Bica  Schimmelpfennig, 
Treasurer;  B.  Terry,  Marshal;  A.  TVentworth,  Chaplain.* 

Athens  Lodge,  No.  286. — Meets  every  Saturday  evening 
at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall,  cor  Eleventh  and  Franklin  streets. 
W.  L.  Cropper,  P.  TV.  C.  T.;  Alexander  Buchanan,  W.  C. 
T.;  Miss  Emma  C.  Peck,  W.  V.  T.;  A.  H.  Clough,  Secre- 
tary; Mrs.  Gushing,  Treasurer;  A.  Caldwell,  Marshal. 

Fountaln  Lodge,  I.  O.  G.  T.— Meets  every  Thursday 
evening  at  Pythian  Hall.  Present  membership,  70.  TV.  S. 
Drvden,  Lodge  Deputy;  John  Harris,  P.  W.  C.  T. ;  Chas. 
C.  Coolidge,  TV.  C.  T.*;  Mrs.  M.  A.  Gunn,  TV.  V.  T.;  A.  H. 
Southwick,  W.  S.;  George.  B.  Burtchell,  TV.  F.  S.;  George 
S.  Naismith,  W.  T. ;  Frank  Harris,  W.  M. ;  —  Harden- 
burgh,  Chaplain. 

Ivy  Lodge,  No.  200. — Meets  on  Friday  evening  at  Ma- 
sonic Hall,  corner  Seventh  and  Willow,  West  Oakland. 
Membership,  70.  This  is  a  new  Lodge,  having  been  insti- 
tuted in  Januarv,  1876.  J.  M.  McGuire,  Lodge  Deputy; 
J.  F.  Frey,  P.  W.  C.  T.;  L.  C.  Shrader,  TV.  C.  T.;  Mrs. 
Stoddart,  W.  V.  T.;  J.  Striker,  TV.  S..  Geo.  Brown,  TV.  F. 
S.;  Mrs.   A    P.  Patridge,  TV.  Treasurer;  Gus.  A.  Otto,  TV. 


48  OAKLAND    DIRECTORY. 

M. ;  Miss  Edith  King,  W.  D.  M. ;  Miss  Leila  Garrison,  "W. 
I.  G.;  Miss  Kalstrom,  W.  O.  G. 

Clinton  Lodge,  No.  132. — Instituted  May,  1876.  Meets 
every  Thursday  evening  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall,  East  Oakland. 
Membership,  45.  James  Kennedy,  W.  C.  T..;  Clara 
Thomas,  W.  V.  T. ;  Maggie  Thomas,  W.  S.;  Kebecca 
Wisker,  W.  Treasurer;  William  Thomas,  W.  M. 

Berkeley  Temperance  Society. 

40  members.  George  Dornin,  President;  W.  E.  Wool- 
sey,  Vice-President;  Miss  K.  Chase,  Secretary  and  Treas- 
urer; Rev.  E.  B.  Payne,  Miss  Ida  D.  Benfey,  Miss  Rosa  Liv- 
ingstone, Board  of  Directors. 

Champions  of  the  Red  Cross. 

Oak  Grove  Encampment,  No.  40. — Meets  every  Monday 
at  Masonic  Hall,  corner  Eighth  and  Broadway.  Member- 
ship, 50.  W  Winny,  C;  James  McCullough,  Jr.  C;  W.  S. 
Ruddick,  C.  of  H.;  George  Prince,  Secretary;  William 
Smith,  Financial  Secretary;  Mrs.  Winny,  Treasurer. 

Myrtle  Encampment,  No.  61. — Meets  every  Friday  at 
Masonic  Hall.  Membership,  30.  James  McFee,  C.;Mrs. 
M\  Teeple,  Jr.  C;  S.  Sanford,  C.  of  H.;  —  Vincent,  Sec- 
retary; —  Johnson,  Financial  Secretary;  —  Cushing, 
Treasurer. 

Unity  Encampment,  No.  54. — Meets  every  Friday  at 
Schimmelpfennig's  Hall,  East  Oakland.  Membership,  30. 
Warren  Coolidge,  C;  E.  W.  Burchell,  Jr.  C;  F.  Wieder; 
C.  of  H.;  A.  H.  Clough,  Secretary;  Mrs.  A.  A.  Cropper, 
Financial  Secretary;  Mrs.  P.  M.  Brower,  Treasurer. 

Independent  Order  of  B'nai  B'rith. 

Oakland  Lodge,  No.  252. — Meets  at  Masonic  Hall,  corner 
of  Eighth  and  Broadway,  on  the  second  and  fourth  Sun- 
days of  every  month.  Membership,  25.  I.  Marcus,  Moni- 
tor; D.  S.  Hirshberg,  President;  E.  Bernstein,  Vice-Presi- 
dent; L.  Rosenberg,  Secretary;  M.  Rosenberg,  Treasurer; 
J.  L.  Isaacs,  Assistant  Monitor;  H.  Jacobs,  Warden;  M.  H. 
Coffe,  Guardian. 

Order  of  Orangemen. 

Lincoln  Loyal  Orange  Lodge,  No.  137. — Meets  at  Nicoll 
Hall  every  alternate  Saturday.     Membership  70.     George 


MISCELLANEOUS    SOCIETIES.  49 

Fulton,  W.  M.;  Frederick  Fulton,  D.  M.;  Arthur  Edgar, 
Treasurer;  William  Bell,  Secretary;  William  Fulton,  Chap- 
lain; George  Forbes,  Foreman  Committee. 

Herrmann's  Soehne. 

California  Lodge  No.  2.— Meets  every  Sunday  night  at 
Pythian  Hall,  1109  Broadway.  Membership,  90.  Moritz 
Berg,  President;  Henry  Sohst,  Vice-President;  Emil  Har- 
mon, Secretary:  John  M.  Schafer,  Treasurer. 

United   Order  of   Worltingmen. 

Instituted  October  10th,  1876. — Meets  every  Wednesday 
night  at  Schimmelpfennig's  Hall,  East  Oakland.  Member- 
ship, 20.  M.  W.  Fish,  Past  Master  Workman;  H.  G. 
Oliver,  Master  Workman;  V.  S.  Northey,  General  Fore- 
man; T.  W.  LeBallister,  Guide;  John  Glaze,  Inside  Watch- 
man; Charles  Slye,  Outside  Watchman. 


MISCELLANEOUS   SOCIETIES 


Alameda  County  Medical  Association. — Meets  at  the 
rooms  of  the  Association,  in  Wilcox  Block,  on  the  first  Monday 
evening  of  each  month.  Organized  October  25,  1869.  Incor- 
porated January  9,  1871.  Number  of  active  members,  27. 
Honorary  members  5.  Annual  election  on  the  first  Monday  in 
January.  Dr.  H.  P.  Babcock,  President;  A.  H.  Agard, 
Vice-President;  J.  B.  Trembly,  Secretary;  E.  W.  Buck, 
Treasurer  and  Librarian.  Board  of  Censors :  J.  S.  Adams, 
E.  H.  Woolsey  and  C.  Cushing. 

Brooklyn  Literary  Society. — A  society  for  mutual 
cultivation  in  elocution  and  literary  excellence.  Meets  every 
Friday  evening  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall,  East  Oakland.  F.  L. 
Taylor,  President;  Thomas  Good,  Secretary. 

Daughters  of  Israel  Benevolent  Society. — Instituted 
March,  1877.  Meets  on  third  Wednesday  of  every  month 
at  513  Tenth.  Membership,  20.  Mrs.  J.  J.  Bettman,  Pres- 
ident; Mrs.  J.  Letter,  Vice-President;  Mrs.  S.  Cohen,  Sec- 
retary; Mrs.  B.  Behl,  Treasurer;  Mrs.  A.  Cerf,  Mrs.  S. 
Caro  and  Mrs.  M.  Rosenberg,  Trustees. 


50  OAKLAND    DIRECTORY. 

Germania  Hall  Association. — J.  F.  Sohst,  President; 
A.  Herbst,  Vice-President;  Otto  Meves,  Secretary;  "Win. 
Hummeltenburg,  Treasurer. 

Hebrew  Benevolent  Society. — Meets  on  the  first  Sunday 
evening  of  each  month  at  the  Hall,  Broadway,  between 
Seventh  and  Eighth  streets.  A.  Barrett,  President;  C. 
Cofte,  Vice-President;  D.  S.  Hirshberg,  Secretary;  J.  Let- 
ter, Treasurer;  I.  Alexander,  L.  Greenebaum  and  S.  Hirsh- 
berg, Trustees. 

Oakland  Benevolent  Society. — Meets  monthly,  on  the 
second  Tuesday,  at  rooms  of  the  Association,  464  Tenth 
street.  The  object  of  the  Association  is  to  afford  relief  to 
the  worthy,  whom  adverse  circumstances  have  rendered  tem- 
porarily needy,  during  six  months  ending  1st  of  March  re- 
lief has  been  granted  in  1,130  cases,  during  the  same  time 
about  $750  were  received  and  expended,  and  about  $1,500 
worth  of  clothing  were  distributed.  G.  W.  Armes,  Presi- 
dent; F.  S.  Page,  Treasurer;  H.  B.  Sears,  Secretary  and 
Manager;  A.  I.  Gladding,  E.  P.  Sanford  and  J.  L.  Barker, 
Trustees. 

Oakland  Harmonic  Society. — Meets  at  the  chapel  of  the 

First  Congregational  Church  on  Tuesday  evenings.     , 

President;  C.  E.  Wilson,  Vice-President;  Wilber  Walker, 
Secretary;  John  T.  Coe,  Treasurer;  John  P.  Morgan,  Musi- 
cal Conductor;  H.  P.  Garthwaite,  Librarian. 

Oakland  Heal  Estate  and  Merchants  Exchange. — 
This  Association  has  a  fine  room,  911  Washington  street. 
E.  G.  Mathews,  President;  E.  W.  Woodward,  Vice-Presi- 
dent; Luke  Doe,  Treasurer;  E.  P.  Casterline,  Secretary. 

Oakland  Turnverein — Hall,  on  Ninth  street, between  Wash- 
ington and  Jefferson.  Regular  meetings  are  held  on  the 
first  and  third  Wednesday  evenings  of  each  month.  A 
library  comprising  over  one  thousand  volumes  is  sustained 
by  the  association.  The  reading  room  is  open  every  even- 
ing. A  lot  75  by  100  feet  on  Webster  street  near  Seventh 
has  recently  been  purchased,  and  a  large  and  elegant  hall 
will  soon  be  erected.  Officers:  Otto  Meves,  President;  H. 
Heyer,  Vice-President;  Henry  Beyer,  Secretary;  C.  Bock, 
Treasurer;  A.  Heinze,  First  Leader;  Wm.  Meves,  Second 
Leader;  John  Haller,  Steward  and  Librarian. 

St.  Joseph's  Benevolent  Society. — Meets  on  the  third 
Sunday  of  each  month  at  the  corner  of  Eighth  and  Jefferson 


MILITARY BANKS.  51 


streets.  Stephen  Cronin,  President;  Owen  Lafferty,  Vice- 
President;  T.  J.  Murphy,  Secretary;  M.  J.  Ryan,  Treasurer. 
Membership,  75. 

Union  Club. — Incorporated  February  1st,  1877.'"-  Rooms 
southwest  corner  of  Twelfth  and  Broadway.  A.  C.  Henry, 
President;  W.  E.  Greene,  Secretary;  A.  W.  Gates,  Grant  I. 
Taggart,  F.  M.  Farwell  and  J.  F.  W.  Sohst,  Directors. 


MILITARY. 


Oakland  Guard  —  Unattached.  Belonging  to  Second 
Brigade,  N.  G.  C.  Armory,  on  Thirteenth  between  Broad- 
way and  Franklin  streets.  Weekly  drill,  every  Thursday 
evening.  H.  D.  Ranlett,  Captain  ;  Henry  Maloon,  First 
Lieutenant;  J.  B.  O.  Sarpy,  Second  Lieutenant;  Levi  S. 
Bixby,  Orderly  Sergeant.     Membership,  86. 

Oakland  Amateur  Rifle  Association — Instituted  April 
18th,  1876.  Meet  at  672  Eleventh  street.  Number  of  mem- 
bers, 20.  This  society  was  formed  of  amateurs  who  have 
been  enabled  by  practice  to  compete  with  the  best  marks- 
men in  the  State.  E.  H.  Pardee,  President;  E.  J.  Webster, 
Secretary  ;  Sheldon  I.  Kellogg,  Jr.,  Vice-President  and 
Treasurer. 


BANKS. 


First  National  Gold  Bank  of  Oakland. 

No.  969  Broadway.  V.  D.  Moody,  President;  I.  W.  Knox, 
Vice-President;  G.M.Fisher,  Cashier.  Authorized  capital, 
$1,000,000.  Paid  up  capital,  $100,000.  Deposits  Decem- 
ber 31,  1876,  $131,000.  Outstanding  loans,  December  31, 
1876,  $153,000. 

Union  National  Gold  Bank. 

Southeast  corner  Broadway  and  Ninth.  A.  C.  Henry, 
President ;  H.  A.  Palmer,  Cashier.     Capital,  $100,000. 

Oakland  Bank  of  Savings. 

Northeast  corner  Twelfth  and  Broadway.  E.  C.  Sessions, 
President  ;  W.  W.  Camron,  Vice-President ;  Chas.  Roberts, 


52  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

Cashier.  Authorized  capital,  $1,000,000.  Depositors  De- 
cember 31,  1876,  1,140.  Deposits,  $1,077,747.87.  Earnings 
for  six  montns,  $76,595.04.     Dividends,  $49,337.45. 

Union  Savings  Bank. 

Southeast  corner  of  Broadway  and  Ninth.  J.  West  Martin, 
President  ;  H.  A.  Palmer,  Vice-President  and  Treasurer. 
Loans  Dec.  31, 1876,  $1,443,658.07.  Deposits,  $1,101,940.46. 
Capital  and  reserved  fund,  $516,997.49. 


LIBRARIES. 


Oakland  Library. 

Located  on  Fourteenth  street  near  Washington,  on  City 
Hall  square.  The  association  has  a  handsome  building,  the 
ground  upon  which  it  stands  being  owned  by  the  city,  and 
no  rent  being  charged  for  its  occupancy  by  the  library. 
Members  contribute  annually  six  dollars  each  to  a  fund, 
from  which  all  expenses  are  paid  and  additional  volumes 
placed  upon  the  shelves.  The  number  of  members  is  about 
three  hundred  and  fifty.  This  popular  library  contains  over 
four  thousand  three  hundred  volumes,  which  are  drawn  out 
at  the  rate  of  fifteen  thousand  annually.  Officers:  J.  B.  Mc- 
Chesney,  President ;  C.  W.  Kellogg,  Vice-President ;  Miss 
M.  E.  Benton,  Secretary;  H.  P.  Garthwaite,  Treasurer;  Miss 
Ina  D.  Coolbrith,  Librarian.  Directors:  E.  P.  Flint,  J.  R. 
Glascock,  Mrs.  Charles  Bugbee,  J.  P.  Moore,  F.  M.  Camp- 
bell, George  W.  Armes,  O.  H.  Burnham,  W.  W.  Crane  and 
L.  G.  Cole.  The  rooms  are  open  daily  from  10  a.  m.  to 
9  P.  M. 

Odd  Fellows'  Library. 

Second'floor  of  Odd  Fellows'  Hall  Building,  corner  Frank- 
lin and  Eleventh  streets.  The  present  number  of  volumes 
in  the  library  is  a  little  over  3,200  ;  several  hundred  volumes 
have  recently  been  added  to  the  collection.  During  1876, 
10,803  volumes  were  taken  out  for  perusal.  The  library  is 
sustained  by  Oakland,  University  and  Fountain  Lodges  of 
Oakland,  and  Harbor  Lodge,  of  West  Oakland,  each  Lodge 
contributing  fifty  cents  per  quarter  for  each  member  of  the 
Lodge  in  good  standing.  Officers:  William  D.  Harwood, 
President ;  George  E.  Sherman,  Vice-President ;  G.  W. 
Lewis,  Secretary;  W.  S.  Dry  den,  Corresponding  Secretary; 
George  E.  Bugbee,  Treasurer;  P.  J.  Ipsen,  Librarian. 


LIBRARIES.  53 


Odd  Fellows'  Library,  East  Oakland. 

Odd  Fellows'  Hall.  Number  of  volumes  between  four 
and  five  hundred.  Library  is  sustained  by  Orion  Lodge  of 
East  Oakland.  W.  H.  Hamilton,  President;  F.  M.  W. 
Fish,  Secretary;  S.  S.  Howell,  Treasurer;  George  F.Elliott, 
Librarian. 

Union  Reading  Rooms  of  Oakland. 

Corner  of  Washington  and  Eleventh  streets.  This  asso- 
ciation has  been  formed  to  provide  a  free  reading  room  to 
the  public.  Here  will  be  found  newspapers  and  periodicals 
aggregating  over  one  hundred  in  number.  Henry  Vrooman, 
President;  W.  H.  Jordan  and  Mrs.  0.  "Webb  Howard,  Vice- 
Presidents;  J.  K.  Porter,  Secretary;  Mrs.  J.  I.  Spear,  Treas- 
urer. Directors:  L.  L.  Alexander,  Mrs.  C.  H.  Chamberlain, 
Mrs.  C.  M.  Shepard,  Mrs.  Joseph  McGilvery,  Mrs.  C.  L. 
Pierson,  Mrs.  E.  J.  Grayson,  Dr.  Dio  Lewis,  G.  W.  Armes, 
A.  I.  Gladding,  Josiah  Lusk,  A.  W.  Swett,  A.  T.  Dewey 
and  E.  W.  Playter. 


THE  PRESS. 


The  Press  of  Oakland  consists  of  one  daily  morning  and 
two  daily  evening  papers,  five  general  weekly  newspapers, 
one  semi-weekly  (German  paper)  a  religious  paper,  and 
one  paper  devoted  to  the  interests  of  real  estate.  They  are 
generally  well  edited  and  reflect  the  spirit  of  the  growing 
city. 

Transcript  (Daily  morning  paper),  911  Broadway.  Pub- 
lished by  Powers  &  Chamberlain.  Yearly  subscription  $7; 
weekly,  by  carrier,  15  cents. 

Tribune  (Daily  evening  paper),  911  Broadway.  Pub- 
lished by  Tribune  Publishing  Company.  Yearly  subscrip- 
tion $6;  delivered  at  15  cents  per  week. 

Evening  Democrat  (Daily  evening),  474  Twelfth.  Pub- 
lished by  John  Wanless.  Subscription  price  $7  per  year; 
weekly,  by  carrier,  15  cents. 

Once-a-Week  (Weekly),  461  Ninth.  Published  by  John 
F.  Uhlhorn  ;  Calvin  B.  MacDonald,  Editor.  Subscription 
price  $2.50  per  year. 


54  OAKLAND    DIRECTORY. 

Alameda  County  Gazette  (Weekly).  Established  in 
1855.  The  oldest  paper  in  the  county;  911  Broadway. 
Published  by  Powers  &  Chamberlain.  Subscription  price 
$2  per  year. 

Oakland  Journal  (German  semi-weekly).  Published  by 
the  Journal  Company,  866  Broadway. 

Brooklyn  Vidette  (Weekly).  Issued  every  Friday.  Office 
corner  Thirteenth  avenue  and  East  Fourteenth  street,  East 
Oakland.  G.  W.  Barter,  Publisher.  Subscription  price 
$3.50  per  annum. 

West  Oakland  Press  (Weekly).  Published  by  De  Witt 
C.  Lawrence,  Seventh  street,  near  Pine,  West  Oakland. 

Signs  of  the  Times.  1059  Castro.  Elder  James  White, 
Editor.  Published  weekly  by  the  Pacific  Press.  Subcrip- 
tion  price  $2.00  per  year. 

Keal  Estate  Advance  (bi-weekly),  911  Washington. 
E.  P.  Casterline,  Editor.  Subscription  price  $2.50  per 
year. 

Legal  Tender  (Weekly),  461  Ninth.  Published  and 
edited  by  A.  E.  Redstone.  Subscription  price  $2.00  per 
year. 

The  Berkeleyan,  published  semi-monthly  by  the  students 
of  the  University  of  California.  The  editors  are  elected 
every  six  months. 

The  Besom,  published  semi-monthly  by  the  Besom  Pub- 
lishing Company,  composed  of  students  of  State  University. 

These  are  both  College  papers,  and  are  publised  in  the 
basement  of  North  Hall  University,  of  California. 


THE  STREET  RAILROAD  SYSTEM. 


Oakland  Railroad.  This  road  extends  from  the  foot  of 
Broadway  to  Berkeley,  a  distance  of  five  and  a  half  miles. 
The  route  is  via  Broadway  and  Telegraph  avenue.  J.  S. 
Emery,  President;  H.  H.  Towns,  Secretary;  I.  W.  Knox, 
Treasurer. 

San  Pablo  Railroad. — This  road  runs  from  the  corner  of 
Seventh  and  Broadway  to  Oakland  Trotting  Park.  The  route 
is  on  Broadway  and  San  Pablo  avenue.     The  road  is  two 


STREET    RAILROADS.  55 


miles  in  length.      J.  S.   Emery,  President;  H.  H.  Towns, 
Secretary;  I.  W.  Knox,  Treasurer. 

Broadway  and  Piedmont  Railroad. — This  road  runs 
from  Seventh  and  Washington  via  Fourteenth,  Broadway 
and  Webster  to  the  Mountain  View  Cemetery,  a  distance  of 
about  three  miles.  Walter  Blair,  President;  Montgomery 
Howe,  Secretary  and  Superintendent. 

Brooklyn  and  Fruit  Vale  Railroad. — This  road  runs 
from  Brooklyn  station  via  Thirteenth  avenue  to  the  east  end 
of  Fruit  Vale  avenue,  a  distance  of  about  two  and  one-half 
miles.  C.  T.  Hopkins,  President;  E.  C.  Sessions,  Secre- 
tary; J.  B.  Webster,  Treasurer. 

Fruit  Vale  and  Mills'  Seminary  Railroad. — Runs  from 
Brooklyn  station  via  Thirteenth  avenue  and  East  Fourteenth 
street  to  High  street,  where  it  connects  with  stages  for 
Mills'  Seminary. 

Oakland,  Brooklyn  and  Fruit  Vale  Railroad. — From 
corner  Broadway  and  Seventh  street,  up  Broadway  to  Four- 
teenth street,  out  Fourteenth  street  and  East  Fourteenth 
street  to  Thirteenth  avenue. 

Alameda,  Oakland  and  Piedmont  Railroad  Company. — 
This  road  runs  from  Seventh  and  Broadway  to  Water,  thence 
to  Webster,  to  Alameda.  Walter  Blair,  President;  Louis 
Fassking,  Superintendent;  Fitch,  Secretary. 

Berkeley  Villa  Railroad. — Berryman  &  Chappellet, 
Proprietors.  Runs  from  terminus  N.  R.  R.,  Berkeley 
branch,  to  grounds  of  Berkeley  Villa  Association. 

New  Street  Railroad  Grants. 

To  Walter  Blair  and  M.  and  S.  Howe  the  right  to  main- 
tain a  street  railroad,  for  twenty-five  years,  from  the  center 
line  of  Broadway  and  Fourteenth  streets  westerly  to  Wash- 
ington street,  thence  southerly  to  First  street.  Work  to  be 
commenced  within  one  year  and  completed  within  three 
years. 

Market  Street  Railroad. — From  the  foot  of  Broadway 
to  Second  street,  down  Second  to  Market,  up  Market  to 
Thirty-sixth  or  the  Charter  line.  Francise  granted  to  John 
W.  Coleman,  Jesse  Wall  and  E.  C.  Sessions.  AVork  to  be 
commenced  soon  and  road  completed  during  the  year. 


56  OAKLAND    DIRECTORY. 


MORTUARY  REPORT. 


Oakland  is,  beyond  a  doubt,  the  most  healthful  city  on 
the  continent.  The  death  rate  in  1876  is  shown  by  the 
official  reports  to  be  13.71.  The  number  of  deaths  in  1876 
was  480,  of  which  271  were  males  and  209  females.  Of  the 
decedents  167  were  born  in  Oakland,  67  in  California,  out- 
side of  Oakland;  131  in  the  United  States  outside  of  Cali- 
fornia, and  115  in  foreign  countries.  241  deaths  were  of 
children  under  10  years  of  age. 

There  were  614  births,  313  males  and  301  females.  The 
excess  of  births  over  deaths  was  134. 

In  no  other  American  city  is  the  death  rate  so  small. 


POST  OFFICES. 


There  are  three  Post  Office  within  the  corporate  limits  of 
Oakland. 

Oakland   Post   Office. 

Location,  463  Ninth,  near  Broadway. 

J.  E.  Benton,  Postmaster;  Frank  TV.  Cushing,  Assistant 
Postmaster  and  Money  Order  and  Register  Clerk;  Clerks, 
H.  D.  Eliason,  Edward  M.  Campbell  and  Webb  N.  Pearce. 

Office  hours,  from  8  A.  m.  to  7 :30  P.  M. ;  on  Sunday,  from 
9:30  to  10:30  a.  m.  Money  Order  and  Register  office  hours, 
from  9  a.  M.  to  4:30  p.  m. 

ARRIVALS  AND  DEPARTURES  OF  MAILS. 

Eastern  mail  arrives  at  5  p.  m.  ;  San  Francisco  mail  arrives 
at  9  a.  m.,  1  p.  m.  and  5  p.m.;  Southern  mail,  via  Lathrop, 
arrives  at  12 :30  p.  m. 

Eastern  mail  closes  at  7 :30  A.  M. ;  San  Francisco  mail  closes 
at  7:30  a.m.,  12:30  p.m.  and  3:30  p.m.;  Southern  mail  closes  at 
3:30  P.  M. ;  Martinez  mail,  by  stage,  closes  at  9  a.m.;  arrives 
at  11  a.  m.  ;  San  Pablo  and  West  Berkeley  mail,  by  stage, 
Tuesday,  Thursday  and  Saturday,  closes  at  2:30  p.  m.,  ar- 
rives at  9 :30  a   m. 

Brooklyn  Post   Office. 

Location  corner  of  East  Twelfth  street  and  Thirteenth 
avenue. 

Thomas  F.  Steere,  Postmaster. 


POST   OFFICES.  57 


Mail  arrives  from  San  Francisco,  by  the  overland  train,  at 
8:45  a.  m.  ;  from  San  Francisco,  by  the  Stockton  train,  at 
4 :45  p.  M.  Eastern  mail  arrives,  by  the  overland  train,  at 
4:34  P.  M. 

Mail  departs  for  San  Francisco,  by  the  San  Jose  train,  at 
8:40  a.  m.  ;  for  San  Francisco,  by  the  overland  train,  at  4:34 
p.  M.     Eastern  mail,  by  the  overland  train,  at  8:45  a.  m. 

West   Oakland   Post  Office. 

Location,  1792  Seventh  street,  between  Wood  and  Pine. 
H.  Y.  Baker,  Postmaster. 

Eastern  mail  arrives  at  5  P.  M.,   and  departs  at  8:15  A.  M. 
Oakland  mail  arrives  at  1  p.  m.,  and  departs  at  4:30  p.  m. 
San  Francisco  mail  arrives  at  8 :45  a.  m.  and  4 :30  P.  M. ; 
departs  at  9  a.  m.  and  4:30  p.  m. 
Office  hours,  from  7  A.  M.  to  8  p.  m. 

North     Temescal. 

Location  Telegraph  avenue  near  Fifty -first  street. 
Elias  Gill,  Postmaster.     Office  hours,  from  7  a.   m.  to  8 
p.  M. 

Berkeley. 

Location,  west  side  Choate  near  Bancroft  Way,  S.  S.  Mer- 
rill, Postmaster. 

West  Berkeley. 

Location,  southwest  corner  Delaware  and  San  Pablo 
avenues.     James  S.  Higgins,  Postmaster. 


STREET  AND  AVENUE  GUIDE. 


The  original  town  Bite  of  Oakland  is  laid  out  in  blocks  three  hundred 
feet  in  length  from  east  to  west,  and  two  hundred  feet  in  breadth  from  north 
to  south,  streets  running  at  right  angles.  This  portion  of  the  present  city 
extends  from  the  water  line  formed  by  Lake  Merritt  and  San  Antonio  Creek 
on  the  east  and  south,  to  Fourteenth  street  on  the  north  and  Market  street 
on  the  west.  The  territory  bounded  by  Market  street  on  the  east  and  by 
San  Francisco  Bay  on  the  west,  has  been  laid  out  in  general,  though  not 
universal  conformity  to  the  plan  of  Oakland  proper.  North  of  Fourteenth 
street  and  west  of  San  Pablo  avenue,  there  is  a  good  degree  of  regularity  ; 
but  to  the  eastward  of  San  Pablo  avenue  the  land  has  been  subdivided 
according  to  the  caprice  of  the  owners  of  the  numerous  "tracts"  which, 
from  time  to  time,  have  been  placed  on  the  market  in  the  shape  of  city  lots. 
Hence,  the  streets  in  this  part  of  the  city  have  little  continuity  or  regularity. 
The  great  thoroughfares  of  San  Pablo  and  Telegraph  avenues,  and  Market 
street,  tri-sect  the  city  diagonally,  giving  a  triangular  form  to  a  large  amount 
of  real  property.  East  Front  street,  which  is  the  street  lying  on  the  westerly 
shore  of  Lake  Merritt  and  San  Antonio  Creek,  forms  the  initial  point  for 
numbering  the  houses  on  streets  running  westward  therefrom,  and  South 
Front  street  forms  the  initial  point  for  all  streets  running  northwardly 
therefrom. 

East  Oakland,  or  Brooklyn,  is  laid  out  regularly.  The  numbering  com- 
mences at  First  avenue,  increasing  towards  the  east,  and  at  an  imaginary 
extension  of  South  Front  street  increasing  towards  the  north.  Fifty  num- 
bers are  alloted  to  each  block  throughout  the  entire  city,  with  a  few  special 
exceptions.  The  plan  is  such  that  the  numbers  in  each  tier  of  blocks  are 
identical  throughout  the  city. 


A,  W  8  Beach,  west  to  West 
Front,  bet  Twenty-sixth  and 
C. 

Adams  Avenue,  extension 
of  East  Fourteenth  to  San 
Leandro  Road. 

Adeline,  N  s  South  Front,  N 
to  San  Pablo  av,  bet  Chest- 
nut and  Magnolia. 

EAST  STREET 

602    First 
702    Third 
802    Fifth 
852    Seventh 
902     Eighth 
1002    Tenth 
1102    Twelfth 
1202    Fourteenth 
1302     Sixteenth 
1402    Eighteenth 
1502     Twentieth 
1602    Twenty-second 
1702    Twenty-fourth 
1802    Twenty-sixth 
1902    Twenty-eighth 
2002    Thirtieth 
2102    Thirty-second 
2202    Thirtv-fourth 
2302    Thirty-sixth 
Albion.    W  s  Telegraph  av, 
west  to  Grove,  bet  Knox  and 
Caledonia  av. 
Alden  (or  Twenty-ninth)  W  s 
Grove  to  S;m  Pablo  av,  bet 
Wallace  and  Campbell. 


Alice,    N 

s  South  Fiont  bet 

1802 

Pine 

Jackson 

and  Harrison,  N  to 

1852 

Cedar 

Lake  Merritt. 

1902 

Bay 

EAST 

STREET 

B,  west  f  m  Peralta  to  North'n 

602 

First 

railway 

track,  bet  A  and  C. 

652 

Second 

Bay,    N  s  North  Front  N  to 

702 

Third 

Beach, 

bet  Cedar  and  West 

752 

Fourth 

Front 

802 

Fifth 

EAST 

STREET 

826 

Sixth 

1652 

Twenty-third 

852 

Seventh 

1702 

Twenty-fourth 

902 

Eighth 

1752 

Twenty-fifth 

952 

Ninth 

1802 

Twenty-sixth 

1002 

Tenth 

Bay  Place,    E  s   Telegraph 

1052 

Eleventh 

av,  bet  Laurel  and  Merrimac 

1102 

Twelfth 

pi. 

1152 

Thirteenth 

Beach,  W  fm  intersection  of 

1202 

Fourteenth 

Union  and   South  Front  to 

1252 

Fifteenth 

West  Front,  bet  South  Front 

1302 

Sixteenth 

and  State. 

1352 

Seventeenth 

NORTH 

STREET 

1402 

Eighteenth 

1252 

Union 

Alice   Parle,    bet  Harrison 

1302 

Poplar 

and  Alice,  N  of  Fourteenth 

1352 

Kirkham 

Alta,  N  fm  Lake  Shore  av  to 

1402 

Cypress 

Hunt's  Tract. 

1452 

Center 

Andover,  fm  Plymouth  av, 

1502 

Chester 

E  to  Edwards,  E  of  Elm. 

1552 

Henry 

Atlantic  W  s  Peralta,  west 

1602 

Lewis 

to  West 

Front,    bet    Third 

1652 

Campbell 

and  William. 

1702 

Willow 

NORTH             STBEET 

1752 

Wood 

1652 

Campbell 

1802 

Pine 

1702 

Widow 

1852 

Cedar 

1752 

Wood 

1902 

Bay 

STREET    GUIDE. 


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Beach, 

NW  fm    Peralta  to 

1602 

Twenty-second 

city  limits,  SW  of  Halleek 

C,  W  b  Beach  W  to  West  Front 

NORTH 

STREET 

Nof  A. 

102 

A 

Caledonia   Avenue,    W  s 

202 

B 

Telegraph   av   W  to   Grove, 

302 

C 

bet  Albion  and  Campbell. 

402 

D 

Campbell,  N  s  South  Front 

Birney, 

bet    Telegraph    av 

bet    Lewis  and    Willow    to 

and  Franklin,  S  of  Durant. 

Peralta, 

and  bet  Peralta  and 

Broadw 

ay,  N  s  South  Front 

Willow  to  28th. 

N  to  30th," bet  Franklin  and 

EAST 

STREET 

Washington,   and  E  of  Tele- 

202 

State 

graph  av. 

302 

Fulton 

EAST 

STREET 

402 

Pearl 

602 

First 

452 

Eagle 

652 

Second 

502 

Hudson 

702 

Third 

552 

Water 

752 

Fourth 

C02 

First 

802 

Fifth 

702 

Third 

826 

Sixth 

752 

Fourth 

852 

Seventh 

802 

Fifth 

902 

Eighth 

826 

William 

952 

Ninth 

852 

Seventh 

1002 

Tenth 

902 

Division 

1052 

Eleventh 

936 

Chase 

1102 

Twelfth 

966 

Taylor 

1152 

Thirteenth 

1002 

Seward 

1202 

Fourteenih 

1062 

Lincoln 

1252 

Fifteenth 

1102 

Twellth 

1302 

Sixteenth 

1202 

Fourteenth 

1352 

Seventeenth 

1302 

Sixteenth 

1402 

Eighteenth 

1402 

Eighteenth 

1452 

Nineteenth 

1502 

Twentieth 

1502 

Twentieth 

1602 

Twenty-second 

1602 

Twenty-second 

1702 

Twenty-fourth 

1702 

Twenty-fourth 

Campbell,    (or   30th)   NE   B 

1802 

Bsy  Place 

San  Pablo  av,  E  to  Telegraph 

Brockhurst, 

av,  bet  Alden  and  Rowland. 

lo  av  E 

to   Grove,   bet  22d 

Castro, 

N  s  South   Front  N 

and  Nolan. 

to  San  Pablo  av,  bet  Grove 

Brook,  N  fm  Orchard  av  to 

and  Brush. 

Hawthorne  av. 

EAST 

STREET 

Brookly 

n,    fm    W  s  Lake 

602 

First 

Merritt  to  Matthews. 

652 

Second 

Brown 

or  34th)    fm   Tele- 

702 

Third 

graph  ai 

•  W  to  San  Pablo  av, 

752 

Fourth 

bet  Nolan  and  Walton. 

802 

Fifth 

NORTH 

STREET 

826 

Sixth 

502 

Telegraph  av 

852 

Seventh 

652 

Grove 

902 

Eighth 

802 

West 

952 

Ninth 

902 

Market 

1002 

Tenth 

Brush    N  s  South  Front  N  to 

1052 

Eleventh 

San  Pablo  av,  bet  Castro  and 

1102 

Twelfth 

West. 

1152 

Thirteenth 

EAST 

STREET 

1202 

Fourteenth 

602 

First 

1252 

Fifteenth 

652 

Second 

1302 

Sixteenth 

702 

Third 

1352 

Seventeenth 

752 

Fourth 

1402 

Eighteenth 

802 

Fifth 

1452 

Nineteenth 

826 

Sixth 

1502 

Twentieth 

852 

Seventh 

1526 

Twenty  first 

902 

Eighth 

Cedar,  N  s  South  Front  NJto 

952 

Niuth 

Beach,  bet  Pine  and  Bay 

1002 

Tenth 

EAST 

BTRXET 

1052 

Eleventh 

202 

State 

1102 

Twelfth 

302 

Fulton 

1152 

Thirteenth 

402 

Pearl 

1202 

Fourteenth 

452 

Eagle 

1252 

Fifteenth 

602 

Hudson 

1302 

Sixteenth 

552 

Water 

1352 

Seventeenth 

602 

First 

1402 

Eighteenth 

702 

Third 

1502 

Twentieth 

752 

Fourth 

1526 

Twenty-first 

802 

Fifth 

1552 

Lydia 

826 

William 

852  Seventh 

902  Division 

934  Chase 

966  Taylor 

1002  Seward 

1052  Lincoln 

1102  Twelfth 

1202  Fourteenth 

1302  Sixteenth 

1402  Eighteenth 

1502  Twentieth 

1602  Twenty-second 

17U2  Twenty-fourth 

1802  Twenty-sixth 

Center,  N  s  South  Front  N 
to  Peralta  and  18th,  bet  Cy- 
press and  Chester. 

EAST  STREET 

202    State 
302    Fulton 
402    Pearl 
452    Eagle 
502    Hudson 
552    Water 
602    First 
702     Third 
802     Atlantio 
826    William 
852     Seventh 
902     Eighth 
1002    Tenth 
1102    Twelfth 
1202    Fourteenth 
1302     Sixteenth 
Charles,    fm  E  s  Thirteenth 
av  E  to  city  limits,  bet  Huff 
and  Henry. 
Charter    (or  22d)  W  f  m  Tel- 
egraph av   to   San  Pablo  av, 
bet  Jones  and  Locust. 

NORTH  STREET 

502    Telegraph  av 

652    Grove 
Chase,    W  s  Peralta,   W  to 
West    Front,    bet    Division 
and  Taylor. 

NORTH  STREET 

1652     Campbell 

1702    Willow 

1752    Wood 

1802    Pine 

1852     Cedar 

1902     Bay 
Chester,  N  s  South  Front  N 
to  Peralta  and  14th,  bet  Cen- 
ter and  Henry. 

EAST  STREET 

202    State 

302    Fulton 

402    Pearl 

452    Eagle 

602    Hudson 

552     Water 

602    First 

702    Third 

802    Atlantic 

826    William 

852    Seventh 

902     Eighth 
1002     Tenth 
1102    Twelfth 
1202    Fourteenth 
Chestnut,  N  s  South  Front 
N  to  San  Pablo  av,  bet  Lin- 
den and  Adeline. 

EAST  STREET 

202     State 


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OAKLAND    DIRECTORY. 


302 

Fulton 

402 

Pearl 

452 

Eagle 

502 

Hudson 

552 

Water 

602 

First 

702 

Third 

802 

Atlantic 

826 

William 

852 

Seventh 

902 

Eighth 

1002 

Tenth 

1102 

Twelfth 

1202 

Fourteenth 

1302 

Sixteenth 

1402 

Eighteenth 

1502 

Twentieth 

1602 

Twenty-second 

1702 

Twenty-fourth 

1802 

Twenty-sixth 

1902 

Twenty-eighth 

2002 

Thirtieth 

2102 

Thiity-second 

2202 

Thirty-fourth 

2302 

Thirty-sixth 

Clay,   N 

s  South  Front  N  to 

San  Pablo  av,  bet  Washing- 

ton and  Jefferson. 

EAST 

STREET 

602 

First 

652 

Second 

702 

Third 

752 

Fourth 

802 

Fifth 

826 

Sixth 

852 

Seventh 

902 

Eighth 

952 

Ninth 

1002 

Tenth 

1052 

Eleventh 

1102 

Twelfth 

1152 

Thirteenth 

1202 

Fourteenth 

1252 

Fifteenth 

1302 

Sixteenth 

Clinton 

,    E  s  Thirteenth  av 

or  County  Road,   E  to  City 

limits,  N  of  Grant. 
College  Block;,  bet  Twelfth 

and    Fourteenth,    Franklin 

and  Harrison. 
Commerce,     from    Larue's 

Wharf  N  to  East  Fifteenth. 
Corel,  Ws  Concord  to  Moss,, 

bet  Summer  and  Crystal. 
Crystal,    W  s     Concord    to 

Moss,  bet  Corel  and  Planey. 
Curtis,  N  fm  Eighteenth  to 

Twenty-second,  bet  Market 

and  West. 

EAST  STREET 

1402    Eighteenth 

1452    Nineteenth 

1502    Twentieth 

1526    Twenty-first 

1552     Lydia 
Cypress,  N  s  South  Front  N 
to  Twenty-second,  bet  Kirk- 
ham  and  Center. 

EAST  STREET 

202  State 

302  Fulton 

402  Pearl 

452  Eagle 

502  Hudson 

552  Water 

602  First 


702     Third 
802     Atlantic 
826     William 
852     Seventh 
902    Eighth 
1002     Tenth 
1102     Twelfth 
1202    Fourteenth 
1302     Sixteenth 
1402     Eighteenth 
1502    Twentieth 
Delger  (or  20th)  W  fm  Lake 
Merritt  to  San  Pablo  av,  bet 
Frederick  and  Hobart. 

NORTH  STREET 

352    Webster 
402    Franklin 
452     Broadway 
502    Telegraph  av 
Dennison,    E  fm  San  Anto- 
nio Creek  to  Park  av,  E  O. 
Division,  fm  intersection  of 
8th   and   Wood    W  to  West 
Front. 

Duncan,  E  fm  13th  av,  or 
County  Koad  to  Fruit  Vale 
railroad  track. 
Durant,  W  fm  Lake  Merritt 
to  Teltgraph  av,  bet  18th 
and  20th. 

NORTH  STRE  KT 

252    Alice 

302    Harrison 

352    Webster 

402    Franklin 

452    Broadway 
Eagle,    W   s    Peralta  W  to 
West  Front,  bet  Pearl  and 
Water. 

NORTH  STREET 

1702     Willow 

1752    Wood 

1802    Pine 

1852    Cedar 

1902     Bay 
Eagle,  E  fm  Lake  Park. 
East  Eighteenth,    E  side 
Fourth   av  to    eastern  city 
limits,  bet  East    17th    and 
East  19th. 

NORTH  STREET 

152    Fourth  av 
202    Fifth  av 
252    Sixth  av 
302    Seventh  av 
352    Eighth  av 
402    Ninth  av 
452    Tenth  av 
502    Eleventh  av 
552     Twelfth  av 
602    Thirteenth  av 
652    Fourteenth  av 
702    Fifteenth  av 
752    Sixteenth  av 
802    Seventeenth  av 
852    Eighteenth  av 
902    Nineteenth  av 
952    Twentieth  »v 
1002    Twenty-first  av 
1052    Twenty-second  av 
East  Eighth,    E  s   Fourth 
av  to  Sixth  av,  on  San  Anto- 
nio Creek. 
East  Eleventh,    E  s  First 
av  to    Larue's  Wharf,   bet 
East  10th  and  East  12th. 


East  Fifteenth,    E  8  Lake 

Merritt 

to  eastern  city  lim- 

its,  bet  East  14th  and  East 

16th. 

NORTH 

STREET 

2 

First  av 

52 

Second  av 

102 

Third  av 

152 

Fourth  av 

202 

Fifth  av 

252 

Sixth  av 

302 

Seventh  av 

352 

Eighth  av 

402 

Ninth  av 

452 

Tenth  av 

502 

Eleventh  av 

552 

Twelfth  av 

602 

Thiiteenth  av 

652 

Fourteenth  av 

702 

Fifteenth  av 

752 

Sixteenth  av 

802 

Seventeenth  av 

852 

Eighteenth  av 

902 

Nineteenth  av 

952 

Twentieth  av 

1002 

Twenty-first  av 

1052 

Twenty-second  av 

East  Fourteenth,  E  s  Lake 

Merritt 

to  eastern  city  lim- 

its,  bet  Ea6t  12th  and  East 

15th. 

NORTE 

STREET 

2 

Fir6t  av 

52 

Second  av 

102 

Third  av 

152 

Fourth  av 

202 

fifth  av 

252 

Sixth  av 

302 

Seventh  av 

352 

Eighth  av 

402 

Ninth  av 

452 

Tenth  av 

502 

Eleventh  av 

552 

Twelfth  av 

602 

Thirteenth  av 

652 

Fourteenth  av 

702 

Fifteenth  av 

752 

Sixteenth  av 

802 

Seventeenth  av 

852 

Eighteenth  av 

902 

Nineteenth  av 

952 

Twentieth  av 

1002 

Twenty-first  av 

1052 

Twenty-second  av 

East  Front,  N  s  South  Front 

N  to  Lake   Merritt,    on   W 

shore  o: 

San  Antonio  Creek 

and  Lake  Merritt. 

East  Nineteenth,    E  side 

Fourth 

av  to    eastern  city 

limits, 

bet    East  18th  and 

East  20th. 

NORTH           STREET 

152 

Fourth  av 

202 

Fifth  av 

252 

Sixth  av 

302 

Seventh  av 

352 

Eighth  av 

402 

Ninth  av 

452 

Tenth  av 

502 

Eleventh  av 

552 

Twelfth  av 

602 

Thirteenth  av 

652 

Fourteenth  av 

702 

Fifteenth  av 

752 

Sixteenth  av 

802 

Seventeenth  av 

STREET   GUIDE. 


61 


852 

Eighteenth  av 

452 

Tenth  av 

|     limits, 

bet    East    20th  and 

902 

Nineteenth  av 

East  Twelfth,    E  s 

Lak 

i      East22d. 

952 

Twentieth  av 

Merritt 

to  eastern  city  lim 

NORTH           STREET 

1002 

Twenty-first  av 

its,  bet  East   l,th  and 

Eas 

t              152 

Fourth  av 

1052 

Twenty-second  av 

13th. 

202 

Fifth  av 

East  Ninth,  E  8  Third  av  t< 

>             NORTH           STREET 

252 

Sixth  av 

Eighth 

av,  bet  East  8th  anc 

1                  2 

First  av 

302 

Seventh  av 

East  10th. 

52 

Second  av 

352 

Eighth  av 

NORTH           STREET 

102 

Third  av 

402 

Ninth  av 

102 

Third  av 

152 

Fourth  av 

452 

Tenth  av 

152 

Fourth  av 

202 

Fifth  av 

502 

Eleventh  av 

202 

Fifth  av 

252 

Sixth  av 

552 

Twelfth  av 

252 

Sixth  av 

302 

Seventh  av 

602 

Thirteenth  av 

302 

Seventh  av 

362 

Eighth  av 

652 

Fourteenth  av 

East  Seventeenth,  E  side 

402 

Ninth  av 

702 

Fifteenth  av 

Fourth 

av  to  eastern    city 

452 

Tenth  av 

752 

Sixteenth  av 

limits, 

bet  East    16th  anc 

602 

Eleventh  av 

802 

Seventeenth  av 

East  18th. 

552 

Twelfth  av 

852 

Eighteenth  av 

NORTH           STREET 

602 

Thirteenth  av 

902 

Nineteenth  av 

152 

Fourth  av 

652 

Fourteenth  av 

952 

Twentieth  av 

202 

Fifth  av 

702 

Fifteenth  av 

1002 

Twenty-first  av 

252 

Sixth  av 

752 

Sixteenth  av 

1052 

Twenty-second  av 

302 

Seventh  av 

802 

Seventeenth  av 

East  Twenty-fourth,  E  s 

352 

Eighth  av 

852 

Eighteenth  av 

Fourth 

av  to    eastern   city 

402 

Ninth  av 

902 

Nineteenth  av 

limits,  bet  East  23d  and  East 

452 

Tenth  av 

952 

Twentieth  av 

25th. 

602 

Eleventh  av 

1002 

Twenty-first  av 

NORTH           STREET 

552 

Twelfth  av 

1052 

Twenty-second 

av 

152 

Fourth  av 

602 

Thirteenth  av 

East  Twentieth,    E  s 

4th 

202 

Fifth  av 

652 

Fourteenth  av 

av  to  eastern  city  limits 

bet 

252 

Sixth  av 

702 

Fifteenth  av 

East  19th  and  East  21st. 

302 

Seventh  av 

752 

Sixteenth  av 

NORTH           STREET 

352 

Eighth  av 

802 

Seventeenth  av 

152 

Fourth  av 

402 

Ninth  av 

852 

Eighteenth  av 

202 

Fifth  av 

452 

Tenth  av 

902 

Nineteenth  av 

252 

Sixth  av 

502 

Eleventh  av 

952 

Twentieth  av 

302 

Seventh  av 

652 

Twelfth  av 

1002 

Twenty-first  av 

352 

Eighth  av 

602 

Thirteenth  av 

1052 

Twenty-second  av 

402 

Ninth  av 

652 

Fourteenth  av 

East  Sixteenth,    E  s  Lake 

452 

Tenth  av 

702 

Fifteenth  av 

Merritt  to  Eastern  city  lim- 

502 

Eleventh  av 

752 

Sixteenth  av 

its,  bet 

East  15th  and  East 

552 

Twelfth  av 

802 

Seventeenth  av 

17th. 

602 

Thirteenth  av 

852 

Eighteenth  av 

NORTH 

STREET 

652 

Fourteenth  av 

902 

Nineteenth  av 

2 

First  av 

702 

Filteenth  av 

952 

Twentieth  av 

52 

Second  av 

752 

Sixteenth  av 

1002 

Twenty-first  av 

102 

Third  av 

802 

Seventeenth  av 

1052 

Twenty-second  av 

152 

Fourth  av 

852 

Eighteenth  av 

East  Tw 

enty-second,  E  s 

202 

Fifth  av 

902 

Nineteenth  ax 

Fourth 

av  to  eastern    city 

252 

Sixth  av 

952 

Twentieth  av 

limits, 

bet    East    21st    and 

302 

Seventh  av 

1002 

Twenty-first  av 

East  23d 

352 

Eighth  av 

1052 

Twenty-second 

av 

NORTH 

BTREET 

402 

Ninth  av 

East  Twenty-fifth,  E  side 

152 

Fourth  av 

452 

Tenth  av 

Fourth 

av  to    eastern  city 

202 

Fifth  av 

502 

Eleventh  av 

limits, 

on    northern    city 

252 

Sixth  av 

652 

Twelfth  av 

line. 

302 

Seventh  av 

602 

Thirteenth  av 

NORTH 

STREET 

352 

Eighth  av 

652 

Fourteenth  av 

152 

Fourth  av 

402 

Ninth  av 

702 

Fifteenth  av 

202 

Fifth  av 

452 

Tenth  av 

752 

Sixteenth  av 

252 

Sixth  av 

502 

Eleventh  av 

802 

Seventeenth  av 

302 

Seventh  av 

552 

Twelfth  av 

852 

Eighteenth  av 

352 

Eighth  av 

602 

Thirteenth  av 

902 

Nineteenth  av 

402 

Ninth  av 

652 

Fourteenth  av 

952 

Twentieth  av 

452 

Tenth  av 

702 

Fifteenth  av 

1002 

Twenty-first  av 

602 

Eleventh  av 

752 

Sixteenth  av 

1052 

Twenty-second  av 

652 

Twelfth  av 

802 

Seventeenth  av 

East  Tenth,  Es  Second  av 

602 

Thirteenth  av 

852 

Eighteenth  av 

to  Tenth  ay,   bet  East  9th 

652 

Fourteenth  av 

902 

Nineteenth  av 

and  East  11th. 

702 

Fifteenth  av 

962 

Twentieth  av 

NORTH 

STREET 

752 

Sixteenth  av 

1002 

Twenty-fir6t  av 

52 

Second  av 

802 

Seventeenth  av 

1052 

Twenty-second  av 

102 

Third  av 

852 

Eighteenth  av 

Bast  Twenty-third,    E  s 

152 

Fourth  av 

902 

Nineteenth  av 

Fourth  av  to    eastern   city 

202 

Fifth  av 

952 

Twentieth  av 

limits,  bet  East  22d  and  East 

252 

Sixth  av 

1002 

Twenty-first  av 

24th. 

302 

Seventh  av 

1052 

Twenty-second  av 

NORTH 

STREET 

352 

Eighth  av 

Bast  Twenty-first,  E  side 

152 

Fourth  av 

402 

Ninth  av 

Fourth  av  to  eastern   c 

ity 

202 

Fifth  av 

62                                      OAKLAND    DIRECTORY. 

252    Sixth  av 

402     Franklin 

1552     East  21st 

302     Seventh  av 

452     Broadway 

1602     East  22d 

352    Eighth  av 

502    Washington 

1663    East  23d 

402    Ninth  av 

552     Clay 

Elizabeth,  E  fm   San  Anto- 

452   Tenth  av 

602     Jefferson 

nio  Creek  to  Park  av,  E  O. 

502    Eleventh  av 

652     Grove 

Elm    (or  Tweuty-fourtb)    fm 

552    Twellth  av 

702     Cabtro 

San  Pablo  av  to  Grove,  and 

602     Thirteenth  av 

752    Brush 

fm  Telegraph  av  to  Webster, 

652     Fourteenth  av 

902     Market 

bet  Locust  and  Laurel. 

702    Fifteenth  av 

952    Myrtle 

Elm  Avenue,    N  fm  Plym- 

752   Sixteenth  av        , 

1002    Filbert 

outh  av  to  Edwards,  bet  Tel- 

802    Seventeenth  av 

1052    Linden 

egraph  av  and  Andover. 

852    Eighteenth  av 

1102    Chestnut 

Emery,    NW  fm  Peralta  to 

902    Nineteenth  av 

1152    Adeline 

Park  av.   bet   San  Pablo  av 

952     Twentieth  av 

1202     Magnolia 

and  Watts. 

1002     Twenty-first  av 

1252    Union 

Falcon.  E  fm  Lake  Park. 

1052    Twenty-second  av 

1302    Poplar 

Fallon,  N  s  South   Front  N 

Edward,   E  8  Nineteenth  av 

1352     Kirkham 

to  Lake   Merritt,    bet    East 

to  city  limits. 

1401    Cypress 

Front  and  Oak. 

Edwards,  E  fm   Telegraph 

1452     Center 

EAST           STREET 

av  to  Creek,  N  of  Plymouth 

1502    Chester 

602     First 

av. 

1552    Henry 

652     Second 

Kigfht eentli,  W  s  San  Pablo 

1002    Lewis 

702    Third 

av  to  Market,  bet  17th  and 

1652    Campbell 

752    Fourth 

19th,   and  W   s    Market    to 

1702    Willow 

802    Fifth 

West  Front,   bet    16th   and 

1752     Wood 

826    Sixth 

20th. 

Eighth  Avenue,    fm   San 

852     Seventh 

NORTH          STREET 

Antonio    Creek    N    to  East 

902     Eighth 

652     Grove 

20th,  bet  7th  and  9th  ave. 

952    Ninth 

702     Castro 

EAST           STREET 

1002     Tenth 

752    Brush 

902    East  8th 

1052     Eleventh 

802    West 

952    East  9th 

1102    Twelfth 

902     Market 

1002    East  10th 

1152    Thirteenth 

952     Myrtle 

1052     East  11th 

1202    Fourteenth 

1002     Filbert 

1102     East  12th 

1252    Fifteenth 

1052    Linden 

1152    East  13th 

1302    Sixteenth 

1102    Chestnut 

1202     East  14th 

1352     Seventeenth 

1152     Adeline 

1252     East  15th 

1402     Eighteenth 

1202    Magnolia 

1302    East  16th 

Fifteenth,    Ws  San   Pablo 

1252     Union 

1352    East  17th 

av  to  Market,  bet  14th  and 

1302    Poplar 

1402    East  18th 

16th. 

1352    Kiikham 

1452    East  19th 

NORTH           STREET 

1402    Cypress 

1502    East  20th 

552    Clay 

1452     Center 

Eleventh,    W  s  East  Front 

602    Jefferson 

1652    Campbell 

to  Market,  bet  10th  and  12th 

652    Grove 

1702    Willow 

NORTH           STREET 

702     Castro 

1752    Wood 

52    Fallon 

752    Brush 

1802    Pine 

102     Oak 

802    West 

1852    Cedar 

152    Madison 

Fifteenth  Avenne,    fm  N 

1902     Bay 

202    Jackson 

s  East  12th,  N  to  East  19th. 

Eighteenth    Avenue,    N 

252    Alice 

EAST           STREET 

from  San  Antonio  Creek  to 

302    Harrison 

1102     Twelfth 

East  21st,  bet  17th  and  19th 

352    Webster 

1152    Thirteenth 

a  vs. 

402    Franklin 

1202     Fourteenth 

EAST           STREET 

452     Broadway 

1252    Fifteenth 

1102     East  12th 

502    Washington 

1302    Sixteenth 

1152     East  13th 

552     Clay 

1352    Seventeenth 

1202     East  14th 

602    Jefferson 

1402    Eighteenth 

1252    East  15th 

652    Grove 

1452     Nineteenth 

1302    East  16th 

702     Castro 

Fifth,    W   s  East    Front  to 

1352    East  17th 

752     Brush 

Market,  bet  4th  and  6th,  and 

1402    East  18th 

802     West 

WsMaret,  to  Peralta,  bet 

1452     East  19th 

Eleventh  Avenue,  fm  San 

3d  and  7th. 

1002     East  20th 

Antonio  Creek  N  to  Charter, 

NORTH           STREET 

1552     East  21st 

bet  10th  and  12th  ave. 

52     Fallon 

Eighth,  W  s  East  Front  to 
Market,  bet  7th  and  9th,  and 

EAST           STREET 

102     Oak 

1002    East  10th 

152    Madison 

W  s  Market  to  Wood,  bet 

1052     East  11th 

202    Jackson 

7th  and  10th. 

1102    East  12th 

252    Alice 

NORTH           STREET 

1152    East  13th 

302    Harrison 

5    Fallon 

1202     East  14th 

352    Webster 

101     Oak 

1252    East  15th 

402    Franklin 

152    Madison 

1302     East  16th 

452    Broadway 

202    Jackson 

1352     East  17th 

502    Washington 

252    Alice 

1402     East  18th 

552    Clay 

302    Harrison 

1452     East  19th 

602    Jefferson 

352    Webster 

1502    East  20th 

652    Grove 

STREET   GUIDE. 


63 


702     Castro 
752    Brush 
902    Market 
952    Myrtle 
1002    Filbert 
1052    Linden 
1102     Chestnut 
1152    Adeline 
1202     Magnolia 
1252     Union 
1302     Poplar 
1402    Cypress 
1452    Center 
1502    Chester 
1552     Henry 
Fifth  Avenue,    fm  San  An- 
tonio  Creek    to    Fourth  av 
road,  bet  Fourth  and  Sixth 
a  vs. 

EAST  STREET 

902  East  8th 

952  East  9th 

1002  East  luth 

1052  East  11th 

1102  East  12th 

1152  East  13th 

1202  East  14th 

1252  East  15th 

1302  East  10th 

1352  East  17th 

1402  East  18th 

1452  East  19th 

1502  East  20th 

Filbert,  N  s  South  Front  N 
to  San  Pablo  av,  bet  Myrtle 
and  Linden. 

EAST  STREET 

602     First 
702    Third 
802     Filth 
902    Seventh 
952     Eighth 
1002    Tenth 
1102    Twelfth 
1202    Fourteenth 
1302    Sixteenth 
1402     Eighteenth 
1502    Twentieth 
1602     Twenty-second 
1702    Twenty-fourth 
1802    Twenty-sixth 
1902    Twenty-eighth 
2002     Thirtieth 
2102     Thirty-second 
Fillmore,    E  fm  Lake  Park. 
First,  W  b  East  Front  to  Mar- 
ket, bet  Water  and  2d,  and 
fm  Market  W  to  West  Front, 
bet  Hudson  and  3d. 

NORTH  STREET 

52  Fallon 

102  Oak 

152  Madison 

202  Jackson 

252  Alice 

302  Harrison 

352  Webster 

402  Franklin 

452  Broadway 

502  Washington 

552  Clay 

602  Jefferson 

652  Grove 

702  Castro 

752  Brush 

902  Market 

952  Myrtle 


1002    Filbert 

1052    Linden 

1102     Chestnut 

1152    Adeline 

1202     Magnolia 

1252     Union 

1302    Poplar 

1352    Kirkham 

1402     Cypress 

1452    Center 

1502    Chester 

1552     Henry 

1602    Lewis 

1652     Campbell 

1702     Willow 

1752     Wood 

1802    Pine 

1852     Cedar 

1902    Bay 
First  Avenue,   fm  San  An- 
tonio Creek  N  to  Lake  Mer- 
ritt,  by  eastern  terminus  of 
12th  at  bridge. 
Ford.   E   from   San    Antonio 

Creik  to  Park  av,  E  O. 
Fountain  Place,  bet  20th, 
Durant,  Telegraph  av  and 
Franklin. 
Fourteenth,  W  s  East  Front 
to  Market,  bet  13th  and  15th, 
and  W  s  Market  to  West 
Front,  bet  12th  and  16th 

NORTH  STREET 

52  Fallon 

102  Oak 

152  Madison 

202  Jackson 

252  Alice 

302  Harrison 

352  Webster 

402  Franklin 

452  Broadway 

502  Washington 

552  Clay 

602  Jeff  rsou 

652  Grove 

702  Castro 

752  Brush 

802  West 

902  Market 

952  Myrtle 

1002  Filbert 

1052  Linden 

1102  Chestnut 

1152  Adeline 

1202  Magnolia 

1252  Union 

1302  Poplar 

1352  Kirkham 

1402  Cypress 

1452  Center 

1502  Peralta 

1652  Campbell 

1702  Willow 

1752  Wood 

1802  Pine 

1852  Cedar 

1902  Bay 

Fourth,  W  s  East  Front  to 

Market,  bet  3d  and  5th,  and 
W  s  Feralta  to  West  Front 
bet  3d  and  Atlantic. 

NORTH  STREET 

52  Fallon 

102  Oak 

152  Madison 

202  Jackson 


252  Alice 

302  Harrison 

352  Webster 

402  Franklin 

452  Broadway 

502  Washington 

552  Clay 

602  Jefferson 

652  Grove 

702  Castro 

752  Brush 

902  Market 

1552  Henry 

1602  Lewis 

1652  Campbell 

1702  Willow 

1752  Wood 

1802  Pine 

1852  Cedar 

1902  Bay 

Fourth  Avenue,  fm  San 
Antonio  Creek  to  Lake  Mer- 
ritt.  bet  Third  and  Fifth  avs 

EAST  STREET 

1002    East  10th 

1052     East  11th 

1102     East  12th 

1152     East  13th 

1202    East  14th 

1252    East  15th 

1302    East  16th 

1352     East  17th 

1402     East  18th 

1452     East  19th 

1502     East  20th 

1552     East  21st 

1602    East  22d 

1052    East  23d 
Franhlin,  N  s  South  Front 
N   to  Walnut,   bet  Webster 
and  Broadway. 

EAST  STREET 

602    First 
(52     Second 
702    Third 
752     Fourth 
802    Fifth 
826     Sixth 
852    Seventh 
902     Eighth 
952    Ninth 
1002    Tenth 
1052    Eleventh 
1102    Twelfth 
1152     Thirteenth 
1202    Fourteenth 
1302     Sixteenth 
1402    Eighteenth 
1502    Twentieth 
1602    Twenty-second 
1702    Twenty-fourth 
Franklin  Square,  bet  4th 
and  5th,  Franklin  and  Broad- 
way. 
Frederick,    bet    Telegraph 
ana  San  Pablo  avs,  17th  and 
William. 
Frederick,  E  fm  San  Anto- 
nio Creek  to  Park  av,  E  O. 
Fulton,    fm   intersection   of 
Chestnut  and   South  Front 
W  to  West  Front,  bet  State 
and  Pearl. 

NORTH  STREET 

1102    Chestnut 
1152    Adeline 
1202    Magnolia 


64 


OAKLAND    DIRECTORY. 


1252     Union 

1302    Poplar 

1352    Eirkham 

1402     Cypress 

1452    Center 

1502    Chester 

1552    Henry 

1602    Lewis 

1652    Campbell 

1702    Willow 

1752    Wood 

1802    Pine 

1852    Cedar 

1902    Bay 
Grant,  E  s  Thirteenth  av,  or 
County  road,  E  to  city  limits 
bet  Montgomery  and  Chn- 

Goss  W  s  Wood  W  to  West 
Front,  bet  7th  and  Division. 

NORTH  6TBEET 

1752    Wood 

1802    Pine 

1852    Cedar 

1902    Bay  iW* 

Grove,  N  b  South  Front  N  to 
San  Pablo  av,  bet  Jefferson 
and  Cactro,  and  fm  San 
Pablo  av  N  to  city  limits,  bet 
Telegraph  av  and  West. 

EAST  STREET 

602  First 

652  Second 

702  Third 

752  Fourth 

802  Fifth 

826  Sixth 

852  Seventh 

902  Eighth 

952  Ninth 

1002  Tenth 

1052  Eleventh 

1102  Twelfth 

1152  Thiiteenth 

1202  Fourteenth 

1252  Fifteenth 

1302  Sixteenth 

1352  Seventeenth 

1402  Eighteenth 

1502  Twentieth 

1602  Twenty-second 

1702  Twenty-fourth 

1802  Twenty-sixth 

1902  Twenty-eighth 

2002  Thirtieth 

2102  Thirty-second 

2202  Thirty-fourth 

2252  Thirty-fifth 
Halleck,  NW  fm  28th  to  city 
limits,  bet  Beach  and  Hub- 
bard. 

NORTH  STREET 

102      A 

202    B 
302     O 
402    D 
Harlan,  NW  fm  Peralta  to 

city  limits,  near  B 
Harrison,  N  s  South  Front, 
bet  Alice  and  Webster,  N  to 
Lake  Merritt. 

EAST  STREET 

602  First 

652  Second 

702  Third 

752  Fourth 

802  Fifth 


826    Sixth 
852     Seventh 
902    Eighth 
952    Ninth 
1002    Tenth 
1052    Eleventh 
1102    Twelfth 
1152    Thirteenth 
1202    Fourteenth 
1252    Fifteenth 
1302    Sixteenth 
1352    Seventeenth 
1402    Eighteenth 
Harrison  Square,  bet  6th 
and  7th,  Harrison  and  Alice. 
Haven,   NW   fm  Peralta  to 

city  limits,  NE  of  Hollis. 
Hawthorne   Avenue,  NE 
fm  Telegraph  av  to  Broad 

Henry,  N  s  South  Front  N  to 
Peralta  and  10th,  bet  Ches- 
ter and  Lewis. 

EAST  STREET 

202    State 

302    Fulton 

402    Pearl 

452    Eagle 

502    Hudson 

552    Water 

602     First 

702    Third 

802    Atlantic 

826    William 

852    Seventh 

902    Eighth 
1002    Tenth 
Henry,  fm  E  8  17th  av  E  to 
city  limits,  bet  Charles  and 
Edward. 
Hobart  (or  21st)  W  s  Broad 
way   to   San  Pablo   av,   bet 
20t*h  and  Jones. 

NORTH  STREET 

452    Broadway 
502    Telegraph  av 
Holden,  NW  fm  Peralta  to 

city  limits,  bet  Horton  and 

Hollis. 

NORTH  BTREET 

102     A 

202    B 

302    C 

402    D 
noil  i  s,  N W  fm  Peralta  to  city 
limits,  bet  Holden   and  Ha- 
ven. 

NORTH  8TREET 

102    A 
202     B 
302     C 
402     D 
Hopkins,    E  fm   13th  av  to 
track  of  Fruit  Vale  railroad. 
Horton,  NW  fm  Peralta  to 
city  limits,  bet  Hubbard  and 
Holden. 

NORTH  STREET 

102    A 
202    B 
302     C 
402    D 
Hubbard,    NW  fm  Peralta 
to  city  limits,  bet  Halleck 
and  Horton. 

NORTH  STREET 

102    A 


202    B 

302     C 

402     D 
Hudson,  W  s  Market   W  to 
West  Front,  bet  Pearl  and 
First. 

NORTH  STREET 

952     Myrtle 

1002    Filbert 

1052    Linden 

1102     Chestnnt 

1152    Adeline 

1202     Magnolia 

1252    Union 

1302    Poplar 

1352    Kirknam 

1402     Cypress 

1452     Center 

1502    Chester 

1552    Henry 

1602    Lewis 

1652    Campbell 

1702    Willow 

1752    Wood 

1802    Piae 

1852     Cedar 

1902     Bay 
Huff,    fm   E  s  13th.   av  E  to 
city  limits,  bet  Stratton  and 
Charles. 
Independence     Square, 
bet  East  16th,  East  19th,  16th 
and  18ih  avs. 
Isabella,    W  fm  San  Pablo 

av  nr  22d. 
Jackson,    N  b  South  Front 
bet  Madison  and  Alice,  N  to 
Lake  Merritt. 

EAST  STREET 

602  First 

652  Second 

702  Third 

752  Fourth 

802  Fifth 

826  Sixth 

852  Seventh 

902  Eighth 

952  Ninth 

1002  Tenth 

1052  Eleventh 

1102  Twelfth 

1152  Thirteenth 

1202  Fourteenth 

1252  Fifteenth 

1302  Sixteenth 

1352  Seventeenth 

1402  Eighteenth 
Jefferson,   N  b  South  Front 
N  to  San  Pablo  av,  bet  Clay 
and  Giove. 

EAST  STREET 

602  First 

652  Second 

702  Third 

752  Fourth 

802  Fifth 

826  Sixth 

852  Seventh 

902  Eighth 

952  Ninth 

1002  Tenth 

1052  Eleventh 

1102  Twelfth 

1152  Thirteenth 

1202  Fourteenth 

1252  Fifteenth 

1302  Sixteenth 


STREET    GUIDE. 


65 


1352     Seventeenth 
1402    Eighteenth 
Jefferson  Square,    bi  t  6th 

and  7th,   Grove   and    Jeffer- 
son. 
Jones,    fni  Telegraph   av  to 

San   Pablo   av,   bet   Hobart 

and  Charter. 
Kennedy.  SE  fm  East  12th 

to  San  Antonia  Creek,  E  O. 
King,    SE  fm   East   12th  to 

San  Antoi.io  Creek,  E  O. 
K  i  i  Mia  in.    N  8  South  Front 

N  to  Peraita,  bet  Poplar  and 

Cypress. 

EAST  STREET 

202     State 
302    Fulton 
402    Pearl 
452    Eagle 
502    Hudson 
552    Water 
602    First 
702    Third 
802    Atlantic 
826    William 
852    Seventh 
902     Eighth 
1002    Tenth 
1102     Twelfth 
1202    Fourteenth 
1302    Sixteenth 
1402     Eighteenth 
1502    Twentieth 
1622    Twenty-second 
Knox,  W  s  Telegraph  av  W 
to  Knox  plate,  bet  Sycamore 
and  Albion. 
Knox  Place,  W  termination 

of  Knox. 
Lafayette     Square,     bet 
10th   and   11th,   Grove    and 
Jefferson. 
Lake,  E  s  Jackson  E  to  Lake 

Merritt. 
Lake  Plaza,   bet  East  15th 
and  East  16th,  2d  and  3d  avs 
Lake   Shore  Avenue,    N 
fm  Lake  Merritt.  to  Hunt's 
Trait. 
Lake  Side  Avenue,  along 
southwesterly  side  of  Lake 
Merritt. 
Laurel    (or  25th)    fm    San 
Pablo  av  to  Grove,  aud   fin 
Telegraph    av   to   Webster, 
bet  Elm  and  Sycamore. 
Lewis,  N  s  South  Front  N  to 
Peraita  and  5th,  bet  Henry 
and  Campbell. 

EAST  STREET 

202     State 
302    Fulton 
402    Pearl 
452    Eagle 
502    Hudson 
552    W:iter 
602    First 
702    Third 
802    Fifth 
Liberty,   W  s    Concord    to 

Moss  bet  Star  and  Pacific. 
Lincoln,  W  s  Peraita,   W  to 
West  Front,  bet  Seward  and 
Twelfth. 

NORTH  STREET 

1652     Campbell 


1702    Willow 
1752    Wood 
1802    Pine 
1852     Cedar 
1902     Bay 
Lincoln,   E  s  Thirteenth  av 
or  County   road    E    to    city- 
limits,  !S  of  Montgomery. 
Lincoln   Square,    btt  8th 

and  9th,  Mad. son  and  Oak. 
Linden.   N  s  South  Front  N 
to  San  Pablo  av,  bet  Filbert 
and  Chestnut. 

EAST  STREET 

602    First 
702     Third 
802    Fifth 
852     Seventh 
902     Eighth 
1002     Tenth 
1102     Twelfth 
1202    Fourteenth 
1302    Sixteenth 
1402     Eighteenth 
1502    Twentieth 
1602    Twenty-second 
1702    Twenty-fourth 
1802    Twenty-sixth 
1902    Twenty-eighth 
2002    Thirtieth 
2102    Thirty-second 
2202    Thirty-fourth 
Livingston,   E  fm  San  An- 
tonio Creek  to  Park  av,  E  O. 
Locust  (or  23d)  fm  San  Pab- 
lo av  to  Grove,  and  fm  Tele- 
graph  av  to    Webster,    bet 
Charter  and  Elm. 
Logan  (or  36th)    fm  Market 
to  Telegraph  av,   on  line  of 
Northern  city  limits. 

NORTH  STREET 

502     Telegraph  av 
652     Grove 
802    West 
Lydia,  W  s  San  Pablo  av  to 
Market,  bet  21st  and  22d. 

NOKTH  STREET 

752     San  Pablo  av 

802     West 

852     Curtis 
Madison,  N  s  South   Front 
to  Lake  Merritt,  bet  Oak  and 
Jackson. 

EAST  STREET 

602  First 

652  Second 

702  Third 

752  Fourth 

802  Fifth 

826  Sixth 

852  Seventh 

902  Eighth 

952  Ninth 

1002  Tenth 

1052  Eleventh 

1102  Twelfth 

1152  Thirteenth 

1202  Fourteenth 

1252  Fifteenth 

1302  Sixteenth 

1352  Seventeenth 

1402  Eighteenth 
Magnolia,  N  a  South  Front 
N  to  3Cth,  bet  Adeline   and 
Union. 


EAST  8TPEET 

602  First 

702  Third 

802  Fifth 

852  Seventh 

902  Eighth 

1002  Tenth 

1102  Twelith 

1202  Fourteenth 

1302  Sixteenth 

1402  Eighteenth 

1502  Twentieth 

1602  Twenty-second 

1702  Twenty-fourth 

1802  Twenty-sixth 

1902  Twenty-eighth 

2002  Thirtieth 

2102  Thirty-second 

2202  Thirty-fourth 

Market,  N  s  South  Front  N 
to  city  limits. 

WEST  STREET 

601  First 
651     Second 

701  Third 
751     Fourth 

801  Filth 

851  Seventh 
!01     Eighth 

1001  Tenth 

1101  Twelfth 

1201  Fourteenth 

1301  Sixteenth 

1401  Eighteenth 

1501  Twentieth 

1601  Twenty-second 

1701  Twenty-fourth 

1801  Twenty-sixth 

1901  Twenty-eighth 

2001  Thirtieth 

2101  Thirty-second 
Maryland,  E  fm  San  Anto- 
nio Creek  to  Park  av,  E  O. 

Merrimac  Place,  Es  Tele- 
graph av,  N  of  Lay  pi. 

Milbury,  E  fm  the  exten- 
sion of  13th  av  to  track  of 
Fruit  Vale  railroad. 

Montgomery,  E  b  13th  av, 
or  County  road,  E  to  city 
limits,  bet  Lincoln  and 
Grant. 

Moss,  western  boundary  of 
Lake  Side  Homestead. 

Myrtle,  N  s  South  Front  N 
to  San  Pablo  av,  near  city 
limits. 

EAST  STREET 

602  First 

702  Third 

802  Fifth 

852  Seventh 
902     Eighth 

1002  Tenth 

1102  Twelfth 

1202  Fourteenth 

1302  Sixteenth 

1402  Eighteenth 

1502  Twentieth 

1602  Twenty-second 

1702  Twenty-fourth 

1802  Twenty-sixth 

1902  Twenty-eighth 

2002  Thii  tieth 

2102  Thirty-second 
2202    Thirty-fourth 


66                                      OAKLAND    DIRECTORY. 

Nineteenth.,  W  s  San  Pablo 

and    11th,    Harrison   and 

452    Eagle 

av  to  Market,  bet  18th  and 

Alice. 

502    Hudson 

20th. 

Orchard    Avenue,      from 

552     Water 

NORTH           STREET 

Summit   E  to  creek,   N   of 

602    First 

652     Grove 

Prospect  pi, 

702     Third 

702     Castro 

Pacific,    N   s   Concord  to 

752    Fourth 

752    Brush 

Moss,  N  of  Libert}1. 

802     Atlantic 

802    West 

Park  (or  27th)  fm  NE  s  San 

826    William 

Nineteenth    Avenue,     N 

Pablo  av  to  Grove,  bet  26th 

852     Seventh 

fm    San    Antonio   Creek  to 

and  28th. 

902    Division 

Charter,  bet   18th  and  20th 

Park   Avenue,    S  of  Oak- 

934    Chase 

avs. 

land  Trotting  Park  fm  San 

966     Taylor 

Ninth,    W  s   East   Front  to 

Pablo  to  Center. 

1002     Seward 

Market,  bet  8th  and  10th. 

Park   Avenue,   from   East 

1052     Lincoln 

NORTH           STREET 

12th   southerly  to  Alameda 

1102     Twelfth 

52    Fallon 

park. 

1202    Fourteenth 

102     Oak 

Pearl,    fm     intersection    of 

1302    Sixteenth 

152    Madi-on 

Myrtle  and   South  Front  to 

1402    Eighteenth 

202    Jackson 

West  Front,  bet  Fulton  and 

1502    Twentieth 

252     Alice 

Hudson. 

1602    Twenty-second 

302    Harrison 

NORTH           STREET 

1702     Twenty-fourth 

352    Webster 

1002    Filbert 

1802    Twenty-sixth 

402    Franklin 

1002    Linden 

Planey,     W   s    Concord    to 

452    Broadway 

1102     Chestnut 

Moss,  bet  Crystal  and  Star. 

502    Washington 

1152    Adeline 

Plaza,    bet   East   12th,  East 

552     Clay 

1202     Magnolia 

14th.  6th  and  7th  avs. 

602    Jefferson 

1252     Union 

Plymouth    Avenue,    NE 

652     Grove 

1302     Poplar 

fm  Telegraph  av  to  Broad- 

702   Castro 

1352    Kirkham 

way,  N  of  Hawthorne. 

752     Brush 

1402     Cypress 

Poplar,    N  s  South  Front,  N 

802     West 

1452    Center 

to  Peralta,  bet  Union  aud 

902    Market 

1502    Chester 

Kirkham. 

Ninth  Avenue,  fm  San  An- 

1552    Henry 

EAST           STREET 

tonio   Creek   N  to   Charter, 

1602    Lewis 

202     State 

bet  8th  and  10th  avs. 

1652     Campbell 

302     Fulton 

EAST           STREET 

1702    Willow 

402    Pearl 

1002     East  10th 

1752    Wood 

452     Eagle 

1052     East  11th 

1802    Pine 

502    Hudson 

1102     East  12th 

1852    Cedar 

552     Water 

1152     East  13th 

1902    Bay- 

602     First 

1202    East  14th 

Pearson,  bet  Pine   and   Ce- 

702    Third 

1252     East  15th 

dar,  I'm  Chase  to  Taylor. 

802    Atlantic 

1302     East  16th 

Pearson's  Row,  W  s  Pine, 

826    William 

1352     East  17th 

bet  Chase  and  Taylor. 

852     Seventh 

1402     East  18th 

Peralta,  N  s  South  Front  N 

902    Division 

1452    East  19th 

to  San  Pablo  av,  (a  division 

9.U     Chase 

1502     East  20th 

of  surveys.) 

966    Ta\  lor 

1552    East  21st 

EAST      STREET       WEST      STREET 

1002     Seward 

1602     East  22d 

202     State 

1052    Lincoln 

1652     East  23d 

302     Fulton 

1102    Twelfth 

Nolan    (or    33d)    NE   8   San 

402    Pearl 

1202     Fourteenth 

Pablo  av  E  to   Grove,   bet 

452    Eagle 

1302     Sixteenth 

Brockhurst  and  Brown. 

502     Hudson 

1402     Eighteenth 

Oak,    N  s  South  Front  N  to 

552    Water 

1502     Twentieth 

Lake  Merritt,  bet  Fallon  and 

602     First 

1602    Twenty-second 

Madison. 

702     Third 

1702     Twenty-fourth 

EAST           STREET 

801     Atlantic 

1802     Twenty-sixth 

602    First 

827    William 

Prospect,  fm  W  s  Lake  Mer- 

652    Second 

852     Seventh 

ritt  E  to  Clinton,  N  of  Pe- 

702   Third 

967     Taylor 

ralta. 

752    Fourth 

1001     Seward 

Prospect,    E  s  Lake  Merritt 

802    Filth 

1051     Lincoln 

E  to  Foutrth  av. 

826    Sixth 

1102     Twelfth 

Prospect   Place,  E  s  Tele- 

852    Seventh 

1202    Fourteenth 

graph  av,   bet   Merrimac  pi 

902    Eighth 

1302     Sixteenth 

and  Orchard  av. 

952    Ninth 

1402     Eighteenth 

Putnam,    E  fm  Park  av,  N 

1002    Tenth 

1502     Twentieth 

of  Warren. 

1052    Eleventh 

1602     Twenty-second 

Putnam,    N   fm  Fruit  Vale 

1102    Twelfth 

Peralta  2d,   N  s  Lake  Mer- 

railroad to  Beed  in  Milbury 

1152    Thirteenth 

ritt  to  Clinton,  N  of  Brook- 

Tract. 

1202    Fourteenth 

lyn. 

Railroad  Avenue  (see  7th 

1252    Fifteenth 

Pine,  N  s  South  Front  N  to 

street.) 

1302    Sixteenth 

Beach,  bet  Wood  and  Cedar. 

Rowland,  E  s  San  Pablo  av 

1352     Seventeenth 

EAST           8TREET 

E    to    Telegraph    av,    bet 

1402     Eighteenth 

202    State 

Campbell  and  31st. 

Oakland  Square,  bet  10th 

302    Fulton 
402    Pearl 

San  Pablo  Avenue,  from 

STREET   GUIDE. 

67 

junction   of   Broadway  and 

1502     East  20th 

NORTH           STREET 

14th,  NW  to  city  limits. 

1552     East  21st 

1852     Cedar 

EAST           STREET 

1602     East  22d 

1902    Bay 

1202    Fourteenth 

1652     East  23d 

Sixteenth,    Ws  San  Pablo 

1302     Sixteenth 

Seventh,  W  s  East  Front  to 

av  to  Market,  bet  15th  and 

1402     Eighteenth 

Market,  bet  6th  and  8th,  and 

17th. 

1502     Twentieth 

fm  Market  to  West  Front  bet 

NORTH           STREET 

1602    Twenty-second 

5th  and  8th. 

552    Clay 

1702    Twenty-fourth 

NORTH           STREET 

602    Jefferson 

1802     Twenty-sixth 

52    Fallon 

652     Grove 

1902    Twenty-eighth 

102    Oak 

702     Castro 

2002     Thirtieth 

152    Madison 

752     Brush 

2102    Thirty-second 

202    JaUon 

802     West 

2202    Thirty-fourth 

252     Alice 

902    Market 

Second,  W  s  Ea6t  Front  to 

302    Harrison 

952    Myrtle 

Market  bet  1st  and  3d,  and 

352    Webster 

1002    Filbert 

W  s  Peralta  to  West  Front 

402    Franklin 

1052    Linden 

bet  Water  and  4th. 

452    Broadway 

1102     Chestnut 

NORTH           STREET 

502    Washington 

1152    Adeline 

52     Fallon 

552     Clay 

1202     Magnolia 

102    Oak 

602    Jefferson 

1252    Union 

152    Madison 

652     Grove 

1302     Poplar 

202    Jackson 

702     Castro 

1352     Kirkham 

252    Alice 

752    Brush 

1402     Cypress 

302    Harrison 

902    Mark,  t 

1452    Center 

352    Webster 

952    Myrtle 

1602    Peralta 

402    Franklin 

1002    Filbert 

1652     Campbell 

452    Broadway 

1052    Linden 

1702    Willow 

502    Washington 

1102    Chestnut 

1752     Wood 

552    Clay 

1152    Adeline 

1802    Pine 

602    Jeffers.on 

1202    Magnolia 

1852    ( 'edar 

652     Grove 

1252     Union 

1902     Bay 

702     ("astro 

1302    Poplar 

Sixteenth  Avenue,    N  fm 

752     Brush 

1352    Kirkham 

San  Antonio  Creek  to  21st, 

902     Market 

1402    Cypress 

bet  15th  and  17th  avs. 

1602    Peralta 

1452    Center 

EAST           STREET 

1652    Campbell 

1502     Chester 

1102    Twelfth 

1702    Willow 

1552    Henry 

1152    Thirteenth 

1752     Wood 

1602    Lewis 

1202    Fourteenth 

1802    Pine 

1652     Campbell 

1252    Fifteenth 

1852    Cedar 

1702    Willow 

1302    Sixteenth 

1902    Bay 

1752     Wood 

1352    Seventeenth 

Second  Avenue,    fm  San 

1802    Pine 

1402    Eighteenth 

Antonio  Creek  to  Lake  Mer- 

1852     Cedar 

1452    Nineteenth 

ritt,  bet  1st  and  3d  avs. 

1902     Bay 

Sixth,    W  s   East    Front    to 

EA8T           STREET 

Seventh  Avenue,    fm  San 

Market,  bet  5th  and  7th. 

1002    Tenth 

Antonio  Creek  N  to  Charter, 

NORTH           STREET 

1052    Eleventh 

bet  6th  and  8th  avs. 

52    Fallon 

1102    Twelfth 

EAST           STREET 

102     Oak 

1152    Thirteenth 

902     East  Hth 

152    Madison 

1202     Fourteenth 

952    East  9th 

202    Jackson 

1252    Fifteenth 

1002     East  10th 

252    Alice 

1302     Sixteenth 

1052     East  11th 

302    Harrison 

Seventeenth,  Ws  San  Pab- 

1102    East  12th 

352    Webster 

lo  av  to  Market,  bet  16th  aud 

1152     East  13th 

402    Franklin 

Eighteenth. 

1202    East  14th 

452     Broadway 

NORTH           STREET 

1252     East  15th 

502    Washington 

602    Jefferson 

1302     East  16th 

552     Clay 

652     Grove 

1352     East  17th 

602    Jefferson 

702     Castro 

1402     East  18th 

652    Grove 

752    Brush 

1452     East  19th 

702     Castro 

802    West 

1502     East  20th 

752    Brush 

Seventeenth  Avenue,    N 

Seward,  W  s  Peralta  W  to 

902    Market 

fm   San   Antonio    Creek    to 

West  Froiit,   bet  Taylor  and 

Sixth  Avenue,  fm  San  An- 

Charter, bet  16th  and   18th 

Lincoln. 

tonio  Creek  N  to  East  20th, 

avs. 

NORTH           STREET 

bet  5th  aud  7th  avs. 

EAST           STREET 

1652     Campbell 

EAST           STREET 

1002    East  10th 

1702    Willow 

902    East  8th 

1052    East  11th 

1752    Wood 

952    Ea6t  9th 

1102     East  12th 

1802    Pine 

1002    East  10th 

1152     East  13th 

1852    Cedar 

1052    East  11th 

1202     East  14th 

1902     Bay 

1102     East  12th 

1252     East  15th 

Shell  Mound  Avenue,  SE 

1152     East  13th 

1302     East  16th 

fm  East  12th  to  San  Antonio 

1202     East  14th 

1352     East  17th 

Creek. 

1252     East  15th 

1402    East  18th 

Short,    W  s    Division  W  to 

1302    East  16th 

1452    East  19th 

West  Front,  N  of  Goss. 

1352     East  17th 

68                                      OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

1402    East  18th 

NORTH 

STREET 

1352    Kirkham 

1452     East  19th 

52 

Fallon 

3402     Cypress 

1502    East  20th 

102 

Oak 

1452    Center 

South   Front,    N  s  San  An- 

152 

Madison 

1502    Chester 

tonio  Creek  W  fm  East  Front 

202 

Jackson 

1552    Henry 

to  Clay,  southwesterly  from 

255 

Alice 

1602     Lewis 

Clay  to  Kirk  ham.   thence  W 

302 

Harrison 

Third  Avenue,  fm  San  An- 

to   West     Front,      forming 

352 

Webster 

tonio  Creek  to  Lake  Merritt, 

southern  boundary  of  city. 

402 

Franklin 

bet  2d  and  4th  avs. 

Spring,     W  8     Concord    to 

452 

Broadway 

EAST           STREET 

Moss  S  of  Summer. 

502 

Washington 

902    East  8th 

Star,  W  s  Concord  to  Moss, 

652 

Clay 

952    East  9th 

bet  Planey  and  Liberty. 

602 

Jeffereon 

1002    East  10th 

State,    fm     intersection    of 

652 

Grove 

1052    East  Uth 

Adeline    and    South    Front 

702 

Castro 

1102    East  12tn 

W  to  West  Front,  bet  Beach 

752 

Bruah 

1152     East  13th 

and  Fulton. 

802 

West 

1202     East  14th 

NORTH           STREET 

902 

Market 

1252    East  15th 

1252    Union 

952 

Myrtle 

1302    East  16th 

1302    Poplar 

1002 

Filbert 

1352     East  17th 

1352    Kirkham 

1052 

Linden 

1402    East  18th 

1402    Cypress 

1102 

Chestnut 

1452     East  19th 

1452    Center 

1152 

Adeline 

Thirteenth,  W  a  East  Front 

1502     Chester 

1202 

Magnolia 

to  Market,  bet  12th  and  Uth. 

1552     Henry 

1252 

Union 

NORTH           STREET 

1602    Lewis 

1302 

Poplar 

52    Fallon 

1652    Campbell 

1352 

Kirkham 

102    Oak 

1702    Willow 

1402 

Cypress 

152    Madison 

1752    Wood 

1452 

Center 

202    Jackson 

1802    Pine 

1502 

Chester 

252    Aliec 

1852     Cedar 

1552 

Henry 

302    Harrison 

1902     Bay 

Tenth    Avenue,     fm    San 

352    Webster 

Stevens,    N  fm  Fruit  Vale 

Antonio 

Creek    N  to    East 

402    Franklin 

Railruad  to  Keed,  in  Milbury 

20th,  bet  9th  and  11th  avs. 

452    Broadway 

Tract. 

EAST 

STREET 

502    Washington 

Stratton,  fm  E  s  13th  av  E 

902 

East  8th 

552    Clay 

to  city  limits,  bet  Charles 

952 

East  9th 

602    Jefferson 

and  Huff. 

1002 

East  10th 

652    Grove 

Summer,    W  s  Concord   to 

1052 

East  11th 

702    Castro 

Moss,  bet  Spring  and  Corel. 

1102 

East  12th 

752    Brush 

Summit,  fm  Prospect  place 

1152 

East  13th 

902    Market 

N. 

1202 

East  14th 

Thirteenth  Avenue,    fm 

Summit,    N  s  Mound  S  to 

1252 

East  15th 

San    Antonio    Creek    N    to 

Henry. 

1302 

East  16th 

Charter,    bet    12th    av    and 

Sycamore,    fm    Telegraph 

1352 

East  17th 

Commerce. 

av  W  to   San   Pablo  av,  bet 

1402 

East  18th 

EAST           STREET 

Laurel  and  2Cth. 

1452 

East  19th 

1002    East  10th 

NORTH           STREET 

1502 

East  20th 

1052     East  11th 

502    Telegraph  av 

Third, 

W  s  East    Front  to 

1102    East  12th 

652    Grove 

Market, 

bet  2d  and  4th,  and 

1152     East  13th 

Taylor,    W  s  Peralta  W  to 

W  s  Market  to  Peralta,  bet 

1202    East  14th 

West  Front,   bet  Chase  and 

1st  and 

5th. 

1252     East  loth 

Seward. 

NORTE 

STREET 

1302     East  16th 

NORTH           STREET 

52 

Fallon 

1352    East  17th 

1652     Campbell 

102 

Oak 

1402     East  1 8th 

1702    WTillow 

152 

Madison 

1452    East  19th 

1752    Wood 

202 

Jackson 

1502     East  20th 

1802    Pine 

252 

Alice 

1552     East  21st 

1852    Cedar 

302 

Harrison 

1602    East  22d 

1902     Bay 

352 

Webster 

1652    East  23d 

Telegraph.    Avenue,     fm 

402 

Franklin 

Thirtieth,  W  s  Market  W  to 

Broadway  near  junction  of 

452 

Broadway 

Peralta,  bet  28th  and  32d. 

San    Pablo    av,    N    to    city 

502 

Washington 

Thirty  -  first,      NE    s    San 

limits. 

552 

Clay 

Pablo  av  E  to  Telegraph  av, 

EAST           STREET 

602 

Jefferson 

bet  Rowland  and  32d. 

1302    Sixteenth 

652 

Grove 

NORTH           STREET 

1402    Eighteenth 

702 

Castro 

652    Grove 

1502    Twentieth 

752 

Brush 

802    West 

1G02    Twenty-second 

902 

Market 

902    Market 

1702    Twenty-fourth 

952 

Myrtle 

Thirty-fourth,  W  s  Market 

1752    Laurel 

1002 

Filbert 

W  to  Peralta,   bet  32d  and 

1802    Bay  place 

1052 

Linden 

36th. 

Tenth,    W  s  East  Front  to 

1102 

Chestnut 

Thirty-second,   W  8  Tele- 

Market,  bet  9th  and    11th, 

1152 

Adeline 

graph  av  W  to  Peralta,   bet 

and  W  s   Market  to  Peralta 

1202 

Magnolia 

3l6t    and     Brockhurst    and 

bet  8th  and  12th. 

1252 

Union 

31st  and  34th. 

1302 

Poplar 

STREET    GUIDE. 


69 


NORTH  STREET 

502    Telegraph  av 
652    Grove 
802     West 
902     Market 
Thirty-sixth,    W  s   Market 
W  to  Pt-ralta,  along  northern 
boundary  of  city. 
Trenor,    E  fru   San  Antonio 

Crtek  to  Park  av. 
Twelfth,  W  s  East  Front  to 
Market,  bet  11th  and   13th, 
and  W  s  Market  to  Bay,  bet 
10th  and  14th. 

NORTH  STREET 

|52     Fallon 
102     Oak 
152     Madison 
202    Jackson 
252    Alice 

Harrison 

Webster 

Franklin 

Broadway 

Washington 

Clay 

Jefferson 

Grove 

Castro 

Brush 

West 

Market 

Myrtle 

Filbert 

Linden 

Chestnut 

Adeline 

Magnolia 

Union 

Poplar 

Kirkham 

Cypress 

Center 

Chester 

Peralta 

Campbell 

Willow- 
Wood 

Cedar 


1052 
1102 
1152 
1202 
1252 
1302 
1352 
1402 
1502 
1602 
1702 
1803 
1902 


302 

352 

401 

453 

502 

552 

602 

652 

702 

752 

802 

902 

952 
1002 
1052 
1202 
1182 
1202 
1252 
1302 
1352 
1402 
1452 
1502 
1602 
1652 
1702 
1752 
1852 
1902  Bay 
Twelfth  Avenue, 
Antonio    Creek    N 


1152 
1202 
1252 

i;  02 

1362 
1402 

1452 
1502 
1552 


fm  San 
to   East 


20th,   bet  11th  and  13th  avs. 


EAST  STREET 

902    East  8th 
952    East  9th 

1002    East  10th 

1052    East  11th 

1102    East  12th 

1152    East  13th 

1202     East  14th 

1252     East  15th 

1302    East  16th 

1352    East  17th 

1402    East  18th 

1452     East  l'.th 

1502     East  20th 
Twentieth,  W  s   San  Pablo 
av  to  Market,   bet   l&th  and  Twenty-Second  Avenue 
21st.  and  Ws  Market  to  West      fm  Central  Pacific  Railroad 


Linden 
Chestnut 
Adeline 
Magnolia 
Union 
Poplar 
Kirkham 
Cvpr^sg 
Chester 
Lewis 
Willow 
Pine 
Bay 
Twentieth  Avenue,  N  fm 
San   Antonio  Creek  to  East 
21st,  bet  19th  and  21st  avs. 

EAST  STREET 

1102     East  12th 
East  13th 
East  14th 
East  15th 
East  16th 
East  17th 
East  18th 
East  19th 
East  20th 
East  21st 
Twenty-eighth,  W  s  Mar- 
ket W  to  Beach,  bet  26th  and 
30th. 
Twenty-First,  W  s  Broad- 
way to  Market,  bet  -0th  and 
Lydia. 

NORTH  STREET 

452     Broadway 
502     Telegraph  av 
652    Grove 
—    San  Pablo  av 
-    Brush 
West 
Curtis 
Twenty-first  Avenue,  N 
fm  Central  Pacific  Railroad 
to  Charter,  bet  20th  and  22d. 

EAST  STREET 

1102    East  12th 

East  loth 

East  14th 

East  15th 

East  16th 

East  17th 

Bast  18th 

East  19th 

East  20th 

East  21st 
Twenty-fourth,  W  s  Mar- 
ket W  to  West  Front,  bet  22d 
and  26th. 
Twenty-second,  W  s  Tele- 
egraph  av  to  Market,  bet 
Jones  and  Lvdia,  and  W  s 
Market  to  West  Front,  N  of 
20th. 

NORTH  STREET 

502  Telegraph  av 

652  Grove 

802  West 

902  Market 


802 
852 


1152 
1202 
1252 

1302 
1352 
1402 
1452 
1502 
1552 


Front  bet  18th  and  22d. 

to  East  21st,  bet  21st  and  23d 

NORTH           STREET 

avs. 

652    Grove 

east        street 

802    West 

1102    East  12th 

902    Market 

1152    East  13th 

952     Mvrtle 

1202    East  14th 

1002    Filbert 

1252     East  15th 

1302     East  16th 
1352     East  17th 
1402     East  18th 
1452     East  19th 
1502    East  20th 
1"52     East  21st 
Twenty-sixth,  W  «  Market 
W  to  West    Front,    bet  24th 
and  2Sth. 
Tyler,     E    fm    San  Antonio 

Creek  to  Park  av. 
Union,  N  s  South  Front  X  to 
Pt-ralta,  bet   Magnolia    and 
Poplar. 
east        street 
602     First 
702    Third 
802    Fifth 
852     Seventh 
902    Eighth 
1002     Tenth 
1102    Twelfth 
1202    Fourteenth 
1302     Sixteenth 
1402     Eighteenth 
1502    Twentieth 
1602    Twentv-second 
1702    Twenty-fourth 
1802     Twent'v-sisth 
1902    Twentv-eighth 
2002    Thirtieth 
2102     Thirty-second 
Union,    N"  s  Mound  S  to  Ed- 

rd. 

Union  Place,  bet  East  12th, 
San    Antonio    Creek,    Com- 
merce  and  15th  av. 
Valdez,  SE  fm  East  12th  to 

San  Antonio  Creek. 
A'alley,     N    fm    Walnut    to 
Elm,  bet  Broadway  and  Tel- 
egraph  av. 
Wallace  (or  28th)   E  s   San 
Pablo  av  to  Grove,  bet  Park 
and  Alden. 
Walnut,    f m  E  s  Telegraph 
av  to   Webster,   btt  Hobart 
and  Locust. 
■Walton    (or  35th)    fm   W  a 
Telegraph  av  to  Linden,  bet 
Brown  and  Logan. 
north        street 
502    Telegraph  av 
652    Grove 
802     West 
902    Market 
Warren,    E  fm  Park  av  bet 

Franklin  and  Putnam. 
Washington.    X    s    South 
Front  B  to  14th,  bet  Broad- 
way and  Clay. 

EAST  STREET 

602  First 

652  Second 

702  Third 

752  Fourth 

802  Fifth 

826  Sixth 

852  Seventh 

902  Eighth 

952  Ninth 

1002  Tenth 

1052  Eleventh 

1102  Twelfth 

1152  Thirteenth 

1202  Fourteenth 


70                                      OAKLAND    DIRECTORY. 

Water,    fmWg  East*  Front 

1802    Twenty-sixth 

1302     Sixteenth 

Wto  Market  bet  South  Front 

1902    Twenty-eighth 

1402     Eighteenth 

and  1st,   and  W  s  Peralta  to 

2002    Thirtieth 

1502    Twentieth 

West   Front  bet  Eagle  and 

2102    Thirty-second 

1602    Twenty-second 

2d. 

2202    Thiity-fourth 

1702    Twenty-fourth 

Watts,    NW  fm  Peralta    to 

West  Front,    N  along  west- 

1802    Twenty-sixth 

citv  limits,  near  C 

ern  city  limits  to  northern 

Willow,  E  fm  San  Antonio 

Webster,  N  s  South  Front  N 

charter  line. 

Creek  to  Park  av,  E  O. 

to  20th,  bet  Harrison    and 

Wilcox    Place,     bet    Tele- 

Wilson,   E    fm   13th    av  to 

Franklin. 

graph  av,  20th  and  21st. 

Fruit  Vale  Railroad  track. 

EAST           STREET 

William,   W  s  Peralta  W  to 

Wilton,   W  fm  San  Pablo  av 

602    First 

West  Front,  bet  Atlantic  and 

to  Market,  near  24th. 

652    Second 

7th. 

Wood,  N  s  South  Front  N  to 

702    Third 

NORTH           STREET 

Beach,  bet  Willow  and  Pine. 

752    Fourth 

1652     Campbell 

EAST           STREET 

802    Fifth 

1702    Willow 

202     State 

826    Sixth 

1752    Wood 

302    Fulton 

852    Seventh 

1802    Pine 

402    Pearl 

902    Eighth 

1852     Cedar 

452    Eagle 

952    Ninth 

1902    Bav 

602    Hudson 

1002    Tenth 

William,  bet  San  Pablo  and 

552    Water 

1052    Eleventh 

Telegraph   aYB,  N   of   Fred- 

602   First 

1102    Twelfth 

erick. 

702    Third 

1152    Thirteenth 

Willow,    N  s   South    Front 

752    Fourth 

1202    Fourteenth 

bet  Campbell  and  Wood,  N 

802    Fifth 

1252    Fifteenth 

to  Beach. 

826     William 

1302     Sixteeuth 

EAST           STREET 

852    Seventh 

1352    Seventeenth 

202    State 

902    Division 

1402    Eighteenth 

302    Fulton 

934    Chase 

West,    N  fm  intersection  of 

402     Pearl 

966     Taylor 

6th  and  Market  to  22d,  and 

452    Eagle 

1002     Seward 

fm   26th    to    northern    city 

502    Hudson 

1052    Lincoln 

limits. 

552     Water 

1102    Twelfth 

EAST          STREET 

602    First 

1202    Fourteenth 

902    Eighth 

702    Third 

1302    Sixteenth 

1002    Tenth 

752    Fourth 

1402    Eighteenth 

1102    Twelfth 

802    Fifth 

1502    Twentieth 

1202    Fourteenth 

826    William 

1602    Twenty-second 

1302    Sixteenth 

852    Seventh 

1702    Twenty-fourth 

1402    Eighteenth 

902    Division 

1802     Twenty-sixth 

1502    Twentieth 

934    Chase 

1902    Twenty-  eighth 

1526    Twenty-first 

966    Taylor 

Verba    Buena    Avenue, 

1552    Lydia 

1002    Seward 

SW   fm     San    Pablo    av  to 

1602    Twenty-second 

1052    Lincoln 

Beach,  crossing  city  limits 

1702    Twenty-fourth 

1102    Twelfth 
1202    Fourteenth 

on  Watt's  Tract. 

Irinte  Napa  Soda,  a  pure,  natural  Mineral  Water.     Gordon  Agent. 

B 

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Oakland  Directory 

POB   1877-8. 


ABBREVIATIONS. 

B Berkeley         nr near 

bet between        res resides 

cor   corner        s side 

E East         S South 

E.  O East  Oakland         SE South-east 

E  s East  side         SW South-west 

N North         W   West 

NE North-east        W.  B West  Berkeley 

N.  R.  R.  B.  B., Northern  W.  D.  Co.   Western  Develop- 

Railroad  Berkeley  Branch  ment  Company 

NW North-west        W.  O West  Oakland 


A 

Aaron  A.,  with  Oakland  Planing  Mills 

Aaron  David,  second  hand  clothing,  res  855  Clay 

Abbey  Richard,  mining,  res  819  Webster 

Abbey  F.  J.  Mrs.,  res  819  Webster 

Abbott  Charles,  carpenter,  res  NW  cor  Castro  and  Fifth 

Abbott  Joseph,  res  NW  cor  Castro  and  Fifth 

Abbott  Joseph  E.,  carpenter,  res  NW  cor  Castro  and  Fifth 

Abbott  Mary  M.,  widow,  res  725  Filbert 

Abel  Charles,  master  mariner,  N  s  Bristol  nr  Eighth 

Abel  George  A.,  res  S  s  Seward  bet  Pine  and  Wood 

ABELE  ADAM,  saloon  and  res  1520  Seventh 

ABELE  M.  MRS.,  midwife,  res  1520  Seventh 

ABELL  IRVING  L.,  City  numberer,  res  658  Twenty-sixth 

Aber  Jehile,  laborer,  res  N  s  Short  nr  Cedar 

Abers  Emma,  domestic,  566  Eleventh 

Abraham  Ernest,  salesman  with  Lippman  &  Salinger,  res 

476  Ninth 
Abrego  Ysmael,  salesman  with  Huntington,  Hopkins  &  Co. 

(S   F.)  res  946  Wood 
Academy  of  Music  (hall)  473  Sixth 
Achard  Charles,  carriage  trimmer,  367  Eleventh 
Acherson  John,  farmer,  res  cor  Shattuck  and  University  av, 

Berkeley 


9 
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9 

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bd 
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lEDE^HNT    HOTFI    HAS  BEEN  TH0R0UGHLY  RENOVATED,  and  now  offers 


creat  attractions  to  the  public  as  a  POPULAR  RESORT. 


Woodward  &  Taggart  NEGOTIATE  LOANS,  460-462  Eighth. 

72  OAKLAND    [  A  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Acker  E.  M.,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mill 

Adams  Amos  C,  attj-at-law,  res  226  Ninth 

Adams  A.  W.,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  Third  and  Franklin 

Adams  Charles  W.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  William  bet  Bay  and 

Cedar 
Adams  E.  M.,  (widow)  res  SW  cor  Myrtle  and  Tenth 
Adams  Frank  H.,  student,  res  590  Brown 
Adams  Frank  J.,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Fifty-first 
Adams  George,  laborer  with  J.  I.  Bliven  &  Co.,  res  269  Ninth 
Adams  George  A.  (Marston  &  Adams)  res  753  Webster 
Adams  Henry  B.,  gunsmith,  res  SE  cor  William  and  Pine 
Adams  Jacob  F.,  carpenter,  res  806  Jefferson 
ADAMS  JOHN  S.,  physician  and  surgeon,  1004  Broadway, 

rooms  6-7,  res  565  Seventeenth 
Adams  J.  R.,  foreman  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Sunnyside  House 
Adams  Lemuel,  res  565  Seventeenth 
Adams  Robert  H.,  clerk  (S.  F.)  res  590  Brown 
ADAMS  WILLIAM  G.,  housemover  and  raiser,  cor  Nine- 
teenth and  Curtis,  res  809  Nineteenth 
Adamson  Margaret  Miss,  dressmaker,  461  Ninth 
Addison  J.   R.,   carpenter  Pioneer  Planing   Mills,   res  365 

Ninth 
Adie  Mary  E.  Mrs.,  res  808  Jackson 
JEtna  Fire  Insurance  Co.  of  Hartford,  Spencer  Martin  agt, 

1106  Broadway 
AGARD  A.  H.,  physician  and  surgeon,  office  NE  cor  Twelfth 

and  Broadway,  res  1259  Alice 
Agard  George  L.,   clerk  with  G.   W.    McKeand,   res   311 

Green,  S.  F. 
Agnew  Mary  Miss,  res  Telegraph  av  nr  Twenty -first 
Ah  Len  (Chinese)  laundry,  N  s  Fifteenth  bet  Jefferson  and 

Grove 
Ah  Sam  (Chinese)  laundry,  559  Broadway 
Ahearn  Julia  Miss,    dressmaker  with    Mrs.  H.  Evans,  res 

860  Jefferson 
Ahearn  Patrick,  deckhand  stmr  Capital 
Aher  Jeremiah,  res  1814  Grove 
Ahern  Cornelius,  laborer,  res  729  Fifth 
Ahern  Richard,  painter  W.  D.  Co. 
Ahern  Thomas  (Callahan  &  Ahren) 
Ahrens  John,  expressman,  res  SE  cor  San  Pablo  av  and 

Locust 
Aien  Christian,  carpenter,  res  664  Twenty-sixth 
Aienes  Henry  E.,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Sixth  nr  Holyoke,  W.B. 
AINSWORTH  A.  G.,  real    estate  agent   and    employment 

office,  462  Tenth,  res  586  Tenth 


'II  RFRT  £  HIIWTFR    AGENTS  h0R  SAN  ^anCisco  And  alameda  property. 


Office,  224  Montgomery  St..  S.  F..  or  Park  st.,  Alameda. 


For  Biliousness  drink  Eastern  Cider.      Gordon,  agent,  469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND    [  A  ]    DIRECTORY.  73 

Ainsworth  Henry  W.,  res  GG1  Washington 

Aitken  James,  boilermaker,  res  1708  Seward 

Aiton  James,  plasterer,  res  323  Eleventh 

Akerly  Benjamin  Iiev.  D.  D.,  retcor  St.  John's  Episcopal 
Church,  res  SW  cor  Adeline  and  Sixteenth 

Akerly  Ben.  M.,  clerk  with  W.  B.  Hardy,  res  SW  cor  Ade- 
line and  Sixteenth 

Akstrand  Alexander,  stairbuilder  with  Burnham,  Standeford 
&  Co.,  res  S  s  Elm  nr  Telegraph  av 

ALAMEDA  COUNTY  BRANCH  HOME  MUTUAL  IN- 
SURANCE CO.  (tire,  S.  F.)  B.  H.  Magill  manager,  H. 
A.  Craig  secretary,  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Ninth 

ALAMEDA  COUNTY  WEEKLY  GAZETTE,  Chamber- 
lain &  Powers  publishers  and  proprietors,  911  Broad- 
way 

ALAMEDA  IRON  WORKS,  E.  E.  Walker  proprietor,  NW 
cor  Franklin  and  Second 

Alameda  Macadamizing  Co.,  F.  E,  Weston  president,  T.  P. 
Wales  secretary,  office  95-1  Broadway 

Albee  Honestus  M.,  woodcarver  W.  D.  Co.,  res  1670  Eighth 

Albertson  W.  T.,  machinehand  Brooklyn  Planing  Mill,  res 
Sixteenth  ay  bet  East  14th  and  East  15th 

Albrecht  August  (Schroder  &  Albrecht,  S.  F.)  res  cor  Eighth 
and  Henry 

Albrecht  Charles,  wheelwright  Oakland  Paving  Co 

Albrecht  Frederick,  cigars  and  tobacco,  NW  cor  Wood  and 
Seventh,  res  Pine  bet  Eighth  and  Ninth 

Albrecht  Max,  porter  The  Centennial 

Albridge  James  H.,  engineer  Grove-st  Planing  Mill,  res  N  s 
Third  bet  Brush  and  Castro 

Alburn  George  W.,  fruit  and  confectionery,  1512  Seventh 

Alden  B.  W.,  teamster,  res  Kofi's'  Hotel 

Alden  Charles  E.,  marble  polisher,  res  722  Myrtle 

Alden  S.  E.,  farmer,  res  cor  Plumas  and  Harper,  Temescal 

Alden  — ,  res  517  Third 

Aldis  Edward,  shoemaker,  res  S  s  Eighth  bet  Campbell  and 
Willow 

Aldis  Elizabeth  Mrs.,  nurse,  res  1669  Eighth 

Aldrich  Abbie  F.  Miss,  principal  Lafayette  School,  res  Man- 
sion House 

Aldrich  C.  A.,  salesman  Cal.  Pottery  and  Terra  Cotta  Works 

Aldrich  Charles  H.,  laborer  with  E.  <fc  A.  Newland,  res  Alta 
nr  Pleasant  Valley  av 

Aldrich  George  C,  N  s  Sycamore  nr  Grove 

Aldrich  Lucius  A.,  artesian  wellborer,  res  N  s  Sycamore  nr 
Grove 


PIEDMONT  SPRINGS ADWHI 


FIRST  CLASS  ACCOMMODATIONS  AT  ALL  HOURS. 


Woodward  &  Taggart-Desirable  Residence  Property  for  Sale. 


74  OAKLAND    [A]    DIRECTORY. 

Aldrich  William,  police  officer,  res  Jones  nr  San  Pablo  av 

Alexander  Emeline  Mrs.,  laundress,  625  Tenth 

Alexander  Henry,  clothing  and  boots  and  shoes,  1754  Seventh, 

res  Grand  Western  Hotel 
Alexander  Henry,  clerk  with  I.  Alexander,  res  S  s  Telegraph 

av  bet  Twenty -first  and  Twenty-second 
ALEXANDER  ISADORE,  boots  and  shoes,  845  Broadway, 

res  1564  Telegraph  av 
Alexander  James,  expressman,  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Seventh, 

res  S  s  Cleveland  av  nr  Telegraph  av 
Alexander  L.  L.,  superintendent  Manhattan  Marble  Co.,  res 

NE  cor  Summit  and  Prospect  pi 
Alga  Richard  (May  &  Alga)  res  S  s  Seventh  bet  Henry  and 

Chester 
Alger  George  C,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  963  Fifth 
ALHAMBRA  HOUSE,  G.  D.  Atkinson  proprietor,  NW  cor 

San  Pablo  av  and  R.  R-  crossing 
Allard  Aldei  (Klumpp  &  Allard)  res  Washington  Hotel 
Allardt  George  F.,  civil  engineer  (S.  F.)  res  1127  Linden 
Allegrata  A.,  res  1772  Seventh 
Allen  B.  B.,  conductor  C.   P.   R.   R.,  res  N  s  Division  nr 

Wood 
Allen  Bernard,  carpenter,  res  Tremont  House 
Allen  Bernard  K.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  513 

Ninth 
Allen  C,  laborer  with  Grove-st  Planing  Mill 
Allen  Charles,  res  Knox  House 

Allen  Charles,  clerk,  res  NE  cor  Third  and  Franklin 
Allen  Charles  E.  (MatheAvs  &  Allen)  res  East  15th  bet  Six- 
teenth and  Seventeenth  avs 
Allen  David  P.,   cabinetmaker  with  Philip  Schreiber,  res 

William  bet  Cedar  and  Wood 
Allen   Elihu,  stairbuilder   Grove-st   Planing  Mill,   res  327 

Eleventh 
Allen  Fannie  E.,  teacher  Lafayette  School,  res  605  Ellis,  S.F. 
Allen  George  S.,  bookkeeper  with  N.  S.  Arnold  &  Co.  (S. 

F.)  res  814  Fourteenth 
Allen  Hyram  E.,  student  University,  res  Ivy  Cottage 
Allen  James  E.,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  S.  F. 
Allen  James  V.,  painter,  res  Ss  Forty-fourth  nr  Telegraph 

av,  Temescal. 
Allen  Margaret,  widow,  res  S  s  Fifth  nr  Chester 
ALLEN  M.  W.,  proprietor  Oakland  Carriage  Manufactory, 

SE  cor  Tenth  and  Franklin,  res  368  Tenth 
Allen  Orrin,  dispatcher  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  833  Cedar 
Allen  Richard,  stockowner  Oakland  Trotting  Park 


"*IIRFRT  It  HIINTFR  BUY  and  SELL  REAL  ESTATE  and  M|N|NG  property-loans 


NEGOTIATED.     224  Montgomery  st.  S.  F.,  or  Park  st.  Alameda. 


Drink  Pure  Eastern  Cider.     Gordon,  agent,  469  Ninth  street. 


OAKLAND     [A]    DIRECTORY.  75 

Allen  Susan,  widow,  midwife,  res  N  s  William  bet  Pine  and 

Wood 
Allen  Truman  H.,  res  N  s  Fifth  bet  Jackson  and  Madison 
Allen  W.,  wellborer,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 
Allen  William  A.,  res  cor  Adeline  and  Thirty-sixth 
Allen  William  J.,  butcher,  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Adeline,  res 

Eureka  Hotel 
Allen  William  M.,   carpenter,   res   NW   cor   Chestnut   and 

Fourteenth 
Alliot  E.,  hairworker,  store  and  res  465  Sixth 
Almv  William  C,  jeweler,  res  830  Clay 
Alphonse  Joseph,  res  W  s  Fifth  nr  Delaware,  W.  B. 
Alt  John,  painter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  756  Willow 
Alt  W.  C.  Mrs.,  res  600  Twelfth 

Alta  House,  John  W.  Donahar  proprietor,  903    Washington 
Altendorf  Julius,  grinder  Pacific  Saw  Factory,  res  NE  cor 

Twenty-eighth  and  Magnolia 
Althof  Herman  (Althof  &  Bahls,  S.  F.)  res  942  Linden 
Altrecht  Frederick,  cigarmaker,  res  E  s  Pine  nr  Division 
Amador  Marble  Works,  Tubbs  &  Collins  proprietors,  Web- 
ster nr  Mountain  View  Cemetery 
Ambrose  Norman  H.,  carpenter,    res   SW   cor  Seventh  and 

Willow 
AME  &  PHTT.fBERT  (Paul  Ame  and  Emile  Philibert)  pro- 
prietors Old  Blaise  House,  Twelfth  opp  Lake  Merritt 
Ame  Paul  (Ame  k  Philibert)  res  Old  Blaise  House 
AMERICAN    BAKERY,  Paul    &    Keier  proprietors,    815 

Broadway 
AMERICAN'  DISTRICT  TELEGRAPH  CO.,  B.  K.  Bates 

superintendent,  Ninth  nr  Broadway 
AMERICAN    RESTAURANT,  Woodward  &  Bailey  pro- 
prietors, NW  cor  East  11th  and  Twelfth  av 
Ames  Albert  N.,  carriage  painter  with  King  &  Williams,  res 

Stewart's  Hotel 
Ames'  Butcher  Town  (Peabody's Landing),  3  miles  NW  from 

City  Hall 
Ames  Henrv   M.,    wholesale   butcher,    1068   Broadway,  res 

1267  Webster 
Ames  John,  clerk  Police  Court,  City  Hall,  res  1571  Broadway 
Ames  Nelson,  stock  raiser,  res  1116  Broadway 
Amidon  John,  driver  with  Meader  &  Co.  res  711  Fifth 
Amidon  Simeon  J.,  driver  with  Whitney  &  Co.,  res  711  Fifth 
Amos  Joseph,  steward  Oakland  Ferries,  res  707  Washington, 

rear 
Amrose  Manuel,  with  T.  W.  Corder,  res  Union  av  nr  Butch- 
ertown 


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76  OAKLAND     [  A  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Amstutz  Charles  L,  (Reichling  &  Arnstutz)  res  261  Twelfth 

Aniyx  Amelia,  boarding,  University  av  nr  Choate,  B. 

Amyx  Josephine  Miss,  student  University 

Anderson  Aliene  Miss,  student  Taylor's  Business  College, 
res  Twelfth  bet  Broadway  and  Washington 

Anderson  Andrew  H.,  house  painter,  res  N  s  Seventeenth 
bet  Center  and  Cypress 

Anderson  Catherine  Miss,  res  NE  cor  Jefferson  and  Sixth 

Anderson  Charles,  deckhand  stmr  Capital 

Anderson  Christian,  painter,  res  764  Brush 

Anderson  Chris.,  shipwright  W.  D,  Co.,  res  Central  Pacific 
Railroad  House 

Anderson  Clara,  domestic  1051  Market 

Anderson  Edward,  bellboy  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Anderson  E.  W.  Mrs.,  teacher  Lafayette  School,  res  E  s 
Webster  nr  Eighteenth 

Anderson  Fritz,  machine  hand  Grove-st  Planing  Mill,  res 
764  Brush 

Anderson  George  D.,  bricklayer,  res  W  s  Filbert  nr  Twenty- 
sixth 

Anderson  George  W.,  expressman,  res  Ns  Atlantic  bet  Wil- 
low and  Campbell 

Anderson  Isaac,  res  822  East  12th 

Anderson  James,  mining,  res  490  Locust 

Anderson  James  A.,  laborer  C.  P.  11.  R.,  res  Railroad  Ex- 
change 

Anderson  James  M.,  tinsmith  with  J.  G.  Anderson,  res  1579 
Broadway 

ANDERSON  J.  G.,  stoves,  tinware,  gasfitting  and  plumb- 
ing, 1209  Broadway,  res  1579  Broadway 

Anderson  J.  P.,  agent  Cal.  Cracker  Co.,  res  409  Fourth 

Anderson  John,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  E  s  Lewis  nr  Fifth 

Anderson  John,  tailor,  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Webster  and  Frank- 
lin 

Anderson  John  G.  jr.,  tinsmith  with  J.  G.  Anderson,  res 
1579  Broadway 

Anderson  Joseph,  stevedore,  res  N  s  East  14th  bet  Sixteenth 
and  Seventeenth  avs 

Anderson  Julia  Mrs.,  res  NE  cor  Jefferson  and  Sixth 

Anderson  Maggie,  domestic  with  W.  H.  J.  Matthews 

Anderson  Maggie,  domestic  W  s  Adeline  nr  Eighteenth 

Anderson  N.,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 

Anderson  Ole,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co.,  res  1056  Third 

Anderson  Peter,  sashmaker  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  Lydia 
bet  Twenty-first  and  Twenty -second 

Anderson  Peter,  seaman,  res  N  s  Forty-second  nr  Grove 


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OAKLAND     [  A  ]    DIRECTORY.  77 

Anderson  Salome,  res  572  Tenth 

Anderson  Seddie  E.    Miss,    student   University,   res  Young 

Ladies'  Club 
Anderson  Simon,  coal,  1051  Poplar 
Anderson  Stewart  M.,  student  University 
Anderson  Thomas,  engineer  Oakland  Ferry,  res  W  s  Bay  nr 

Short 
Andrews  Alida  B.  Miss,  student  University 
Andrews  C.  B.,  driver  Oakland  K.  R.,  res  509  Eighth 
Andrews  Edward  J.,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Humboldt  av  \  mile 

S  of  University 
Andrews  Frank  P.,  watchmaker  Cal.  Watch  Co.,  res  SWcor 

University  av  and  Sixth,  W.  B. 
Andrews  George,  stevedore  C.   P.  R.   R.,   res  810  Twenty- 
second 
Andrews  John  R.,  house  painter,  res  N  sElm  nr  Telegraph  av 
Andrews  Nicholas  G.,  mining,  res  698  Sycamore 
Andrews  Peter,  teamster  with  A.  Mclnnis,   res  S  s  Seventh 

bet  Market  and  Brush 
Andrews  Robert  W.,  engineer   Standard   Soap  Co.,  res  cor 

Third  and  Allston,  W.  B. 
Andrews  —  Miss,  res  Wilcox  House 

Andressen  Christian  (Andressen  Bros.,  S.  F.)  res  862  Chester 
Andressen  John  (Andressen  Bros.,  S.  F.)  res  862  Chester 
Andrus  T.  B.  Mrs.,  res  NW  cor  Park  and  San  Pablo  av 
Andrus  W.  R.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  Tenth 

bet  Center  and  Cypress 
Angwin  Alfred,  carpenter,  res  1810  William 
Angwin  James  A.,  carrepairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  William  bet 

Pine  and  Cedar 
Anheuser  William,  foreman  Standard  Soap  Co.,   res  Park 

House,  W.  B. 
Annis  Alexander  G.,  plumber  and  tinner,  E  s  San  Pablo  av 

nr  University  av,  res  S  s  Delaware  nr  Tenth,  W.  B. 
Anselmi  Joseph  &  Co.  (Joseph  Anselmi  and  Graziana  Codi- 

ga)  milkmen,  NW  cor  Racine  and  Merced  av,  Temescal 
Anselmi  Joseph  (Joseph  Anselmi  &  Co.)  res  NW  cor  Racine 

and  Merced  av 
Anthony  A.  G.,   physician  and  surgeon,   office  and  res  SW 

cor  Eighth  and  Willow 
Anthony  Amy  S.,  widow,  res  N  s  Eighteenth  bet  Myrtle  and 

Filbert 
Anthony  James  Mrs.,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Anthony  Mark,  laborer,   res  N  s  East  16th  bet  Thirteenth 

and  Fourteenth  avs 


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78  OAKLAND     [A]    DIRECTORY 

Anthony  Richard  M.,  bookkeeper  with  Wm.  Sherman  &  Co., 
S.  F.,  res  N  s  Eighteenth  bet  Myrtle  and  Filbert 

Anthony  William  T.  (Macomber,   Anthony  &   Co.,   S.   F.) 
res  SW  cor  Broadway  and  21st 

Antonalle  V.,  fish,  N  s  Seventh  nr  Willow,   res  West  Oak- 
land House 

Antonio  John,  porter  Oakland  ferry 

Apell  Alma,  domestic  916  Centre 

Apell  Peter,  caulker,  W.  D.  Co. 

Appel  Casper,  res  N  s  Thirty-ninth  nr  Telegraph  av 

Appelgarth  John,  farmer,  res  NW  cor  Eleventh  av  and  East 
11th 

Applegarth  Mabel  Miss,  res  505  East  lltli. 

Applegarth  Sarah  Miss,  res  505  East  11th 

Applegarth  Wm.,  mining,  res  505  East  11th 

Appleton  Wm.  H.  (Gotchet  &  Co.)  res  East  12th  bet  Seven- 
teenth and  Eighteenth  avs 

APPONYI  CHARLES  E.,  architect,  Thurlow  Block,  S.  F., 
res  671  Tenth 

Archambault  E.  A.,  horseshoer  with  Sohst  Bros.,  res  417 
Seventh 

Arens  August  T.,  sashmaker  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  823 
Filbert 

Arens  Gertrude  (widow)  res  823  Filbert 

Arizia  Rose  Mrs.,  res  364  First 

Arkison  James  D.,  tailor  with  F.  Hallihan,  res  cor  B  and 
Ettie 

Arlett  Benjamin,  bricklayer,  res  700  Twenty-sixth 

Armand  John,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Armes  &,  Gaskill  (William  Armes  and  George  G.  Gaskill) 
foreign  and  domestic  stamps  472  Ninth 

Armes  Charles  W.  (Armes  &  Dallam,  S.  F.)  res  706  Thir- 
teenth 

Armes  E.  Clayton,  distributor  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Armes  George  W.  (Armes  &  Dallam,  S.  F.)  res  SE  cor 
Brush  and  Thirteenth 

Armes  Henry  B.,  salesman  with  Armes  &  Dallam  (S.  F.)  res 
706  Thirteenth 

Armes  William  (Armes  &  Gaskill)  res  SE  cor  Brush  and 
Thirteenth 

Armstrong  A.  B.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.,  res  W  s  Market 
nr  Fourth 

Armstrong  Arthur  B,  butcher,  res  W  s  Market  nr  Fourth 

ARMSTRONG  B.  A.  &  SON,  (B.  A.  and  George  F.  Arm- 
strong) house,  carriage  and  fresco  painter,  N  s  Twelfth 
bet  Harrison  and  Alice,  and  365  Eleventh 


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J.  S.  G.  Gordon  delivers  Ice.  Soda  anjgCider.     Depot,  469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND     [A]   DIRECTORY.  79 

Armstrong  Bradley  A.  (B.  A.  Armstrong  &  Son)  res  cor 
Broadway  and  Twenty-first 

Armstrong  E.  M.,  carriage  painter  with  B.  A.  Armstong  & 
Son,  res  cor  21st  and  Broadway 

Armstrong  George  F.  (B.  A.  Armstrong  &  Son)  res  cor 
Broadway  and  Twenty-first 

Armstrong  J.  D.  clerk  with  P.  J.  Pieilly,  res  Eureka  Hotel 

Armstrong  Bobert,  carpenter,  res  Eland  House 

Arnest  J.  M.,  res  E  s  Haven  nr  Peralta 

Arnold  C.  H.,  flagman  Alameda  crossing  C.  P.  B.  B.,  res 
221  Second 

Arnold  Harry  B.,  res  1115  Third  av 

Arnold  Patrick  H,  salesman  with  J.  J.  O'Brien  &  Co.,  res 
Grand  Central  Hotel 

Arnold  Peter  J.,  teamster,  res  Overland  House 

ARNOLD  THOMAS  J.,  city  engineer  and  surveyor,  office 
10  City  Hall,  res  957  Castro 

Arper  Thomas,  engineer  Oakland  City  Flouring  Mills,  res 
S.  F. 

Arps  John,  milk  dairy,  E  s  Linden  nr  Eighteenth 

Arras  &  Stephenson  (George  Arras  and  Richard  H.  Stephen- 
son) Point  Market,  1753  Seventh 

Arras  George  (Arras  &  Stephenson)  res  Chase  bet  Wood 
and  Willow 

Arrington  M.  L.  Mrs.,  proprietor  Berkeley  Hotel,  NE  cor 
Humboldt  av  and  Bancroft  Way,  B 

Arrington  Wm.  B.,  clerk  with  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co.  (S.  F.)res 
Berkeley  Hotel 

Arth  George  Y.,  blacksmith  with  Sohst  Bros 

Arthur  E.  M.,  paying  teller  Nevada  Bank  (S.  F.)  res  NW 
cor  Twelfth  and  Castro 

Arthur  George  X.,  res  819  Market 

Arthur  J.    D.,   res  NW  cor  Twelfth  and  Castro 

Artman  Philip,  horseshoer,  res  273  Ninth 

Ash  Henry,  plumber  with  J.  H.  Mackie,  res  361  Tenth 

Ash  James  M.,  carpenter,  res  1722  Wood 

Ashburner  William  Hon.,  professor  mining  Universitv,  res 
1014  Pine,  S.  F. 

Ashby  Delmar  E.,  laborer  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  resE  s  Tele- 
graph av  nr  Sumner,  Temescal 

Ashby  James  T.,  clerk  with  W.  B.  Hardy,  959  Broadway 

Ashby  Mark  T.,  mining  (S.  F.)  res  W  s  College  av  nr  Asy- 
lum, B. 

Ashby  William,  res  W  s  College  av  nr  Asylum,  B. 

Ashe  William  L.,  student  University 

Ashford,  George,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 


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Ashley  Lucius  E.,  agent  J.   Lusk  &  Co.,  res  N  s  Birch  nr 

Telegraph  av,  Temescal 
Askeu  Emma  Miss,  res  SE  cor  Fourth  av  and  East  17th 
Askin  J.  W.,  well  borer,  res  NW  cor  6th  and  Jones,  W.  B. 
Aspern  Henry,  res  S  s  East  16th  nr  Fourteenth  av 
,  Asssessor  City,  Joseph  M.  Dillon,  office  City  Hall,  room  1 
Assessor  Township,  Wm.  F.  Boardman,  office  Court  House, 

room  3 
Atchinson  B.  M.,  res  603  East  14th 
Atherton  George,  student  University,  res  N  s  Dwight  Way 

nr  Humboldt  av,  B. 
Atherton  William,    laborer  Transcript,    res   N   s  Fifth  nr 

Centre 
Atkins  George,  waiter  Tubbs'  Hotel,   res  SE  cor  Twenty- 
eighth  and  West 
Atkins  Kobert,  res  508  Eighth 
Atkinson  &  Perkins  (Mrs.  S.   E.  Atkinson  and  Miss  M.  C. 

Perkins)  proprietors  Tremont  House,  1311  San  Pablo  av 
Atkinson  C.  E.  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  cor  Chapel  and  Uni- 
versity av,  B. 
ATKINSON  G.  D.,  proprietor  Alhambra  House,   NW  cor 

San  Pablo  av  and  R.  R.  crossing 
Atkinson  George,  clerk  C.  P.  R.   R.,  S.  F.,   res  W  s  5th  av 

between  East  15th  and  East  16th 
Atkinson  George,  waiter  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Atkinson  George,   wheelwright,   res  NE   cor   Seventh   and 

Harrison 
Atkinson  George  W.,   insurance  solicitor  (S.   F.)  res  S  s 

Addison  nr  Shattuck,  B. 
Atkinson  James  W.,  carpenter,  261  Eighth 
Atkinson  Jennie,  domestic,  Second  av  nr  College  av, Temescal 
Atkinson  John  W.,  res  Tremont  House 
Atkinson  J.  W.  Mrs.,  teacher  piano,  res  261  Eighth 
Atkinson  S.   E.   Mrs.   (Atkinson  &  Perkins)   res   Tremont 

House 
Atkinson  Tamison  Miss,  braid-sewer  Oakland  Straw  Works, 

res  NE  cor  Harrison  and  Seventh 
Atkinson  William,  contractor  and  builder,  res  cor  Sixth  and    i 

Webster 
Atkinson  W.  J.,  carpenter,  res  659  Jackson 
ATLANTIC    AND    PACIFIC    TELEGRAPH    CO.,  E.  W.    | 

Haskin,   manager,    office  Broadway   Railroad   station  ; 

Branch  offices  Broadway   Wharf,   Butchertown,    West    | 

Oakland,  cor  Market  and.  First,  and  Oakland  Wharf 
Attorney  City,  Henry  Vrooman,  office  City  Hall 
Atwater  Frank  H.,  student  University 

'IIDCDT    9    UIINTED   BUY  and  SELL  REAL  ESTATE  and  MINING  PROPERTY-LOANS 
llLDl.ni    anUlllLfi  NEGOTIATED.     224  Montgomery  st.  S.  F.,  or  Park  st.  Alameda. 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon^agent  for  Eastern  Cider  Company,  469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND      [A]    DIRECTORY.  81 


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Dealer  in  School  and  Miscellaneous 


of  all  kinds, 
NEWSPAPERS  AND  PERIODICALS, 

JPocteet   Cutlery,   JFvmcy  Articles,    etc. 


Agent  for  the  DORLAND  Upright  and  Square  Pianos, 

457  Ninth,  near  Postoffice,  Oakland. 


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A  twill  Joseph  F.,  broker,  res  907  Jackson 

Audiffred  Hippolyte,  wood  and  coal,  N  s  Fourth  nr  Jeffer 

son,  res  S.  F. 

Auditor  County,  Charles  G.  Reed,  Court  House,  room  1  — 

Auerbach  Louis,  cigars  (S.  F.)  res  586  Charter  £ 

Augustus  A.,  laborerer  C.  P.  E.  K.  £ 
Augustus  Domingo,  laborer,  res  S  s  East  15th  bet  Eighteenth 

and  Nineteenth  avs 

AULD  ROYAL  I.,  books  and  stationery,  457  Ninth,  res  NE  ^ 

cor  Seventh  and  "Webster  0 
Austin  &  Wallace  (A.  C.  Austin  and  AV.  T.  Wallace)  cigars 

and  tobacco,  956  Broadway  Hj 

Austin  A.  C,  machinist  W.  D.  Co.,  res  SE  cor  Fourth  and  >**" 

Harrison  g 

Austin  A.  C.  jr.    (Austin  &  Wallace)  res  SE  cor  Harrison  > 

and  Fourth  ^ 

Austin  Edwin  C,  res  E  s  Adeline  nr  Thirty-fourth  p 

Austin  Marcus  E.,  broker,  res  376  East  Fourteenth  £ 

Austin  William,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Filbert  nr  Twenty -fourth  -. 

Austin  — ,  millwright  Oakland  City  Flouring  Mills  <h 

Auty  Edwin,  laundryrnan  Contra  Costa  Laundry  H 

Avens  —  Mrs.,  res  370  Third  ^ 

Averill  Clarence  M.,  painter,  res  257  Eighth  f* 

Averill  David,  stableman  with  James  Brown,  res  257  Eighth  r* 

Averill  E.  H.,  painter,  res  257  Eighth  ^ 

Averill  Sarah  Miss,  dressmaker  with  Mrs.  Ada  Gage,  res  609  ^ 

Tenth  ^ 

Avery  E.  F.,  engineer,  res  615  Thirteenth  £ 


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82  OAKLAND    [  B  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Avery  F.  P.,  teamster,  res  363  First 

Axel  Claus,  cook  Newland  Hotel  Restaurant 

Ayer  Isaac  (Benedict  &  Ayer)  res  E  s  Park  opp  San  Anto- 
nio av 

Ayers  C.  W.,  proprietor  Willow  Grove  Park,  N  s  University 
av  bet  Third  and  Fifth,  W.  B. 

AYERS  D  M.,  proprietor  Eureka  Livery  Stable,  NE  cor 
Seventeenth  and  San  Pablo  av 

Ayers  Edward  L.,  res  SW  cor  Third  and  Bristol,  W.  B. 

Ayers  Joshua  I.,  mining  broker,  res  958  Castro 

Ayers  Ransom  G.,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  460  Twenty- 
first 

Ayers  W.  Mrs.,  res  909  Myrtle 

Ayers  William  H.  (Gurnett  &  Ay  res)  res  N  s  Twenty-eighth 
nr  Filbert 

Ayla  Manuel  M.,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Tehama,  Temescal 


B 

Babbitt  Salmon  M.,  res  SE  cor  Webster  and  Prospect  pi 

Babcock  &  Douglas  (Lafayette  M.  Babcock  and  Nathan  S. 
Douglas)  plumbing,  sheet  iron  and  tin  workers,  NE  cor 
Linden  and  Thirtieth 

Babcock  &  Gould  (George  Babcock  and  Henry  Gould)  pro- 
prietors Oakland  City  Flouring  Mills,  413-415  Third 

Babcock  Amanda  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Seventh  bet  Filbert  and 
Linden 

Babcock  George  (Babcock  &  Gould)  413  Third 

Babcock  George  L.,  music  teacher  Home  School,  res  408 
Thirteenth 

BABCOCK  GEORGE  W.,  importer  and  dealer  hardware  and 
agricultural  implements,  955  Broadway,  res  SE  cor  East 
16th  and  Eleventh  av 

Babcock  Heman  P.,  physician,  office  and  res  NW  cor  Wash- 
ington and  Tenth 

BABCOCK  HENRY  O,  proprietor  Humboldt  Park  Hotel, 
E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Temescal  Creek 

Babcock  John  H.,  carpenter  with  Power  &  Ough 

Babcock  Lafayette  M.  (Babcock  &  Douglas)  res  NW  cor 
Thirtieth  and  Chestnut 

BABUE  DAVTD,  proprietor  Babue's  Hotel,  W  s  San  Pablo 
av  nr  North  Oakland  Station 

BABUE'S  HOTEL,  David  Babue  proprietor,  W  s  San  Pablo 
av  nr  North  Oakland  Station 

Bachelder  Phares  J.,  house  builder,  res  1015  Fifth 


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OAKLAND    [J)]    DIRECTORY.  83 

Baclielder  William  K.,  carpenter,  res  1379  Broadway 
Bachelder  W.   K.  Mrs.,   dress    and   cloakmaker,    res  1379 

Broadway 
Bachman  Charles,  barber,  res  271  Ninth. 
Bach  man  Clara,  nurse,  724  Fourteenth 

Bachman  Hermann,  harnessmaker,  res  Germania  Garden,  B. 
BACHMAN  JOHN,  proprietor  Germania  Garden  Kestaurant 

and  res  cor  Union  and  Strawberry  Creek,  B. 
Bachman  John   A.,  barber  with  Fred  W.  Sieglitz,  res  271 

Ninth 
Bachmann  Ernest,  bookkeeper  Hamburg  &  Bremen  Packet 

Line  (S.  F.)  res  811  Eleventh 
Backus  Peter,  furnished  rooms,  462  Fifth 
Bacon  Edward,  plasterer,  res  824  Twenty-second 
Bacon  E.  E.  Mrs.,  res  NE  cor  Seventh  and  Webster 
Bacon  F.  M.,  millwright  Pacific  Jute  Manufacturing  Co.,  res 

SE  cor  Seventh  av  and  East  11th 
Bacon  H.  D.,  res  Oak  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth 
Bacon  James  H.,  confectioner,  965  Broadway,  res  Alta  House 
Bacon  John,  bricklayer,  res  824  Twenty-second 
Bacon  John  E.,  contractor,  res  N  s  Sixteenth  nr  Kirkham 
Bacon  L.  Mrs.,  teacher  music,  res  Eureka  Hotel 
Bacon  Lott  B.,  plasterer,  res  824  Twenty-second 
Bacon  Martin  (Randolph,  Macintosh  &  Co.,  S.  F.)  res  1135 

Myrtle 
Bacon  Wm.  F.,  clerk  with  W.  B.  Hardy,  res  1305  Broadway 
Badger  Thos.  W.,  proprietor  Badger's  Grand  Central  Park, 

res  bet  Seventh  and  Ninth  avs  and  East  8th  and  East  10th 
Badger  William  G.,  agent  Hallet  &  Davis  pianos  (S.  F.)  res 

Fruit  Vale  av  nr  East  27th 
Badgers'  Grand  Central  Park,  bet  Seventh  and  Ninth  avs 

and  East  8th  and  East  10th 
Bagge  C.  L.  E.,  farmer,  res  SW  cor  Peralta  and  Fourteenth 
Bagge  Theodore  F.  (C.  James  King  of  Wm.  &  Co.,  S.  F.) 

res  SE  cor  Center  and  Seventh 
Baggs  Robert,  plumber,  res  808  Third 
Bagfin  James,  groceries  and  liquors,  store  and  res  W  s  San 

Pablo  av  bet  Twenty-eighth  and  Thirtieth 
Bahls  J.  F.  W.  (Althof  &  Bahls,  S.  F.)  res  942  Linden 
Bahr  Gottlieb,  teacher  German,  res  814  Henry,  rear 
BAILEY  &  CO.,  (James  Bailey)  proprietors  Forest  Tree  Nur- 
sery, NW  cor  .East  12th  and  Third  av 
Bailey  &  Cramer  (A.  P.  Bailey  and  H.  P.  Cramer)  photog- 
raphers, 1713  Seventh 
Bailey  A.,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  B.,  res  S  s  Goss  bet  Wood  and 

Pine 


A  ScautM  Summer  Home — PIEDMONT  SPRINGS 


THREE  M1L.ES  FROM 
OAKLAND. 


WOODWARD  &  TAGGART  have  FARMS  and  RANCHES  for  Sale. 


84  OAKLAND    [  B  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Bailey  A.  P.  (Bailey  &  Cramer)  res  1713  Seventh 

Bailey  Austin,  painter  W.  D.  Co.,  and  furnished  rooms,  SW 

cor  Seventh  and  Pine 
Bailey  Fannie,  domestic,  577  Twelfth 
Bailey  George  E.,  vaquero,  res  junction  Peralta  and  A 
Bailey  George  L.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Fifteenth  nr  Broadway 
Bailey  James  (Bailey  &  Co.)  res  1115  Third  av 
Bailey  James,  gardener,  res  464  Third 
Bailey  J.  C,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Bailey  J.  N.,  street  contractor,  res  NW  cor  Sixth  av  and  East 

16th 
Bailey  John,  blacksmith   with  T.  D.  Weymouth,  res  464 

Third 
Bailey  Oscar  J.  (Woodward  &  Bailey)  res  NW  cor  Thirteenth 

av  and  East  11th 
BAILEY  ROBERT  S.,  proprietor^bar  steamer  El  Capitan, 

res  1520  Eighth 
Bailey  S.  A.,  clerk  with  F.  L.  Courvoisier,  res  NW  cor  Web- 
ster and  Eighth 
Bailey  Samuel  jr.,  scroll  sawyer  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res 

701  Brush 
Bailey  William  H.,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Seventh  bet  Delaware 

and  Bristol,  W.  B. 
Bailey  William  L,  res  675  Fifth 
Bailey  W.  T.,  foreman  Oakland  Daily  Transcript,  res  800 

Franklin 
Bailey  W.  W.,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res  W  s  Lin- 
den nr  Sixteenth 
Bain  M.  Mrs.,  doctress  and  midwife,  res  517  Seventh 
Bain  Maggie,  domestic,  E  s  Adeline  nr  Eighteenth 
Bainbridge  John  P.,  res  SW  cor  Wood  and  William 
Bair  XL,  fireman  C,  P.  K.  K. 
Baird  Samuel,  carpetlayer  with  Starkweather  &  Son,  res  409 

Twelfth 
Baker  &  Hanchette  (Edmund  G.  Baker  and  Harry  J.  Han- 

chette)  pianos,  organs  and  sheet  music,  1163  Broadway 
Baker  A.  F.,  contractor,  res  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  Grove 
Baker  Albert,  hairdresser,  1067  Broadway 
Baker  Alfred  S.,  grainer,  res  S  s  Eleventh  nr  Castro 
Baker  A.  S.  Mrs.,  dressmaking,  1104  Broadway 
Baker  Charles,  clerk,  res  777  Fourteenth 
Baker  Charles  W.,  painter,  res  956  Franklin 
Baker  Con.,  assayer  (S.  F.)  res  558  Sixth  ' 
Baker  Edmund  G.  (Baker  &  Hanchett)  res  SW  cor  Franklin 

and  Seventeenth 
Baker  Edwin  F.,  butcher  with  J.  F.  Smith,  res  1313  Brush 


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J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Napa  Soda  Springs,  469  Ninth  street. 

OAKLAND     [B]    DIRECTORY.  85 

Baker  G.  A.,  truckman,  res  759  Jefferson 

Baker  Harry  B.,  transfer  clerk  U.;S.  Mint  (S.JF.)  res  1104 
Broadway 

Baker  Hattie  Miss,  res  777  Fourteenth 

BAKER  H.  Y.,  postmaster  W.  O.  Post  Office,  res  1068 
Wood 

Baker  J.  C.  Bev.,  res  777  Fourteenth 

Baker  Jennie,  cook  The  Centennial 

Baker  John,  boot  and  shoemaker,  455  Fourth 

Baker  John  G.,  clerk  W.  D.  Co.,  res  E  s  West  bet  Seven- 
teenth and  Eighteenth 

Baker  John  Mrs.,  employment  office,  455  Fourth 

Baker  Justus,  laborer,  res  608  Fourth 

Baker  L.  B.,  picture  dealer,  res  N  s  Sixteenth  bet  Cypress 
and  Kirkham 

Baker  Livingston  L.  (Baker  &  Hamilton,*  S.  F.)  res  Fruit 
Vale  av 

Baker  Lizzie  J.  Miss,  student  University,  res  777  Fourteenth 

Baker  Lorenzo,  carpenter,  res  Humboldt  House 

Baker  Mark  Sibley,  picture  dealer,  res  N  s  Sixteenth  bet  Cy- 
press and  Kirkham 

Baker  Orrin  V.,  machinist  with  Power  &  Ough,  res  S  s  Short 
nr  Pine 

BAKER  PETER,  groceries,  provisions  and  liquors,  823 
Broadway,  res  362  Fifth 

Baker  Rush  D.,  clerk  with  C.  P.  Ferris  (S.  F.)  res  937 
Myrtle 

Baker  Silas,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Laurel  bet  Telegraph  av  and 
Broadway 

Baker  Thornton  R.,  whitener,  res  W  s  Adeline  nr  Twenty- 
sixth 

Baker  William,  res  1123  Eleventh  av 

Baker  William,  tanner,  res  Eastern  Hotel 

Baldridge  John,  barber,  res  806  Grove 

BALDWIN  ALEXANDER,  proprietor  Sunnyside  House, 
SW  cor  Thirteenth  and  Harrison  -~ 

Baldwin  Clifton,  carpenter,  res  517  Ninth 

Baldwin  Cornelia  S.  Miss,  student  University,  res  930'Ade- 
line 

Baldwin  C.  S.  Mrs.,  res  930  Adeline 

BALDWIN  DAVID  M.  (Baldwin,  Reilay  &  Bradway)  phy- 
sician and  surgeon,  1059  Broadway,  res  1160  Alice 

BALDWIN,  REILAY  &  BRADWAY  (David  M.  Baldwin, 
J.  P.  Reilay  and  J.  R.  Bradway)  physicians  and  sur- 
geons, 1059  Broadway 

Baldwin  S.  C,  physician  and  surgeon,  1113  Broadway 


PIPRfVinNT    QDRINPC  AN  EXCELLENT  SUMMER  AND  WINTER  RESORT, 
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BUY  YOUR  HOMESTEADS  OF  WOODWARD  &   TAGGART. 


86  OAKLAND    [  B  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Baldwin  —  Mrs.,  res  Blake  House 

Balfen   Hubert,    tailor   with  M.  J.  Healy,   res   Mechanics' 

Home 
Ball  Charles  H.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  1668  Chase 
Ball  E.  M.  Miss,  res  1668  Chase 
Ball  Francis,  master  mariner,  res  1261  Clay 
Ball  Hattie  H.  Miss,  res  1668  Chase 
Ball  Horace  W.,  clerk  (S.  F.)  res  1668  Chase 
Ball  John  A.,  office  461  Ninth,  res  682  Park 
Ball  Nicholas  J.,  clerk  with  Miller  &  Lovius,  res  1261  Clay 
Ball  R.  C,,  architect,  res  1012  Adeline 
Ball  Thomas,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co. 
Ball's  Sweeping  Dredge  Co.,  George  Miller  president,  P.  B. 

Chamberlain  secretary,  461  Ninth 
Ballagh  Robert  C,  stove-plate  moulder,  res  270  Fifth 
Ballantyne  William,   painter,  1167  Franklin,  and  extraman 

Engine  Co.  No.  1,  res  SW  cor  Franklin  and  Fourteenth 
Ballard  Charles,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Star  House 
Ballard  George  A.,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Ss  Short  nr  Cedar 
Ballard  James  W.,  saloon,  1791  Seventh,  res  942  Wood 
Ballard  S.  K.,  bookkeeper  with  Power  &  Ough,  res  531  East 

14th 
Ballinger  Mary  Miss,  res  476  Twelfth 
Balmforth  R.  Mrs.,  dressmaking,  Pinking  and  fringing,  S  s 

Sixteenth  nr  Clay 
Balmforth  Ralph,  res  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Baltz  A.  Mrs.,  res  916  Center 

Balzer  John,  shoemaker,  713  Broadway,  res  Overland  House 
Balzerano  Teresa,  domestic,  res  1714  Seward 
Bamford  William,  physician,  657  East  12th,  res  East  15 

bet  Twelfth  and  Thirteenth  avs 
Bangle  &  Chase  (Bransom  Bangle  and  George  Chase)  house 

and  sign  painters,  SE  cor  East  12th  and  Twelfth  av 
Bangle  Alice  R.  Mrs.,  res  E  s  Tenth  av  bet  East  14th  and 

East  15th 
Bangle  Bransom  (Bangle  &  Chase)  res  SE  cor  East  16th  and 

Tenth  av 
BANGLE  E.,  carriage  painter,  801-803  East  12th,  res  cor 

Sixth  av  and  East  18th 
Bangle  Phoebe  Mrs.,  res  SE  cor  East  16th  and  Tenth  av 
Bankhead  &  Sons  (Malcolm,  Hugh  and  David  Bankhead) 

furniture,  auction  and  commission,  811  Broadway 
Bankhead  David  (Bankhead  &  Sons)  res  752  Castro 
Bankhead  Hugh  (Bankhead  &  Sons)  res  E  s  Brush  nr  Seven- 
teenth 
Bankhead  J.  W.,  helper  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  752  Castro 


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OAKLAND     [  £  ]    DIRECTORY.  87 

Bankliead  Malcolm  (Bankhead  &  Sons)  res  752  Castro 
Bankhead  Malcolm  JR.,  tinsmith  Jas.  Dalziel,  res  752  Castro 
Banks  Charles  W.,  clerk  with  Wells,  Fargo  <fc  Co    (S.  F.)  res 

NW  cor  Telegraph  av  and  Walton 
Banks  James,  porter  C.  P.  K.  R.,  res  E  s  Peralta  nr  Fifth 
Banks  Wm.  O.,  draughtsman  (S.  F.)  res  E  s  Twelfth  av  bet 

East  16th  and  East  17th 
Banks  — ,  with  Oakland  Paving  Co.,  res  71  Valley 
Baptist  Chnrch,  NE  cor  Tenth  av  and  East  14th 
Baptiste  &  Fibush  (John  Baptiste  and  Aron  Fibush)  cigar 

manufacturer,  470  Seventh 
Baptiste  Anton,  deckhand  Oakland  Ferry 
Baptiste  John  (Baptiste  &  Fibush)  res  Eighth  bet  Broadway 

and  Washington 
BARBAGELATA    F.    &   CO.    (F.   Barbagelata)    hardware, 

crockery  and  glassware,  1070  Broadway 
Barbagelata  Frank  (F.  Barbagelata  &  Co.)  res  606  Third 
Barbara  Mary,  domestic,  1117  Castro 

BARBER  E.  T.,  physician  and  surgeon,  room  9  Cosmopoli- 
tan House,  res  The  Centennial 
Barber  George,  bricklayer,  res  360  Fifth 
Barber  Matthew  O.,   farmer,  res  cor  Second  and  Hudson, 

Temescal 
Barber  Richard,  spring-bed  maker  (S.  F.)  res  E  s  Ellsworth 

nr  Bancroft  way,  B. 
Barbere  John,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 
Barclay  Peter  T.,  clerk  with  Logan  &  Hatch  (S.  F.)  res  E  s 

Linden  bet  Twelfth  and  Fourteenth 
Barenkamp  E.  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  409  Ninth 
Barfield  John  F.,  student  University,  res  Humboldt  Hotel 
Baringer  Peter  H.,  groceries,  SW  cor  Sixteenth  and  Cypress 
Baringer  Wm.,  res  SW  cor  Sixteenth  and  Cypress 
BARKER  ALFRED  Z.  T.,  painter  and  grainer,  340  Twelfth, 

res  W  s  Adeline  bet  Thirty-fourth  and  Thirty-sixth 
Barker  Charles  R.,  driver  Oakland  R.  R.  Co.,  res  NE  cor 

Twenty-sixth  and  Myrtle 
Barker  Frank,  furniture,  468  Eighth,  res  470  Eighth 
Barker  James  L.,  hardware  (S.  F.)  res  1217  Webster 
Barker  John  P.,  bookkeeper  with  Charles  L.  Taylor,  res  cor 

Bay  pi  and  Telegraph  av 
Barker  Joshua,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  NE  cor  Prospect  and 

Webster 
Barker  Lucy  Mrs.,  res  916  Harrison 
Barker  Timothy  L.,  grocer  (S.  F.)  res  952  Myrtle 
Barkhouse  Frederick  C,  carpenter,  res  557  Sixth 
Barman  John,  carpenter,  res  1005  Fifth 


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Woodward  &  Taggart-Desirable  Residence  Properly  for  Sale. 

88  OAKLAND     [  J  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Barnes  Charles  D.,  machinist  with  H.  W.  Barnes,  res  410 

Third 
Barnes  George,  cook  Brooklyn  Dining  Rooms 
Barnes  George  B.,  blindmaker  Pioneer  Mills,  res  410  Third 
BARNES  H.  W.,  manufacturer  and  dealer  doors,  windows, 

blinds,   sash  weights,   etc.,   680  East  Twelfth,  res  562 

East  14th 
Barnes  Thomas,  laborer,  res  E  s  Adeline  nr  Third 
Barnes  Thomas,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  resNE  cor  Atlantic  and 

Wood 
Barnes  William,  with  C.  P.  R.  R,,  res  461  Ninth 
Barnet  John,  policeman,  res  523  Eighth 
BARNETT  E.,  fancy  and  staple  dry  goods,  366  Eighth 
Barnett  John  J.,  saloon,  NW  cor  Forty -ninth  and  Telegraph 

av,  Temescal 
Barnett  Robert  Mrs.,   res  W  s  Filbert  bet  Sixteenth  and 

Eighteenth 
Barnett  Rufus  P.,  superintendent  Dredging   Co.   Oakland 

Harbor,  res  S  s  Seward  bet  Campbell  and  Willow 
Barney  Milton,  res  912  Sixth  av 
Barnhard  George,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  N  s  Seventh  nr 

Pine 


H.  W.  BARNES, 

Manufacturer  and  Dealer  in 


I,  mm  Mi 


Constantly  on  hand  and  Made  to  Order,  all  kinds  of  Mullion   and   Bay  Window 

Sash — Segment,  Circle  Top,  Round  Corners.      Inside  or  outside  Blind  to  same. 

Also,  STORE  FRONTS. 


OFFICE  and  WAREHOUSE,  680  East  12th,  BROOKLYN. 
Manufactory  at  Brooklyn  Planing  Mills, 

Corner  East  Twelfth  and  Commerce,   East  Oakland. 


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OAKLAND    [  B  ]    DIRECTORY.  89 

Barnstead  A.  D.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood 

Barnstead  — ,  res  NE  cor  Wood  and  Eighth 

Barnuni's    Restaurant,    Pagge   Bros,   proprietors,    SE    cor 

Broadway  and  Seventh 
Barnuro  S.  L.,. fruit  pedlar,  res  707  Franklin 
Baroni  Domingo,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 
Barraud   Philipe,    cook  Barnum's    Restaurant,    res  SE  cor 

Broadway  and  Seventh 
Barrett  &  McMahon  (D.  W.  Barrett  and  P.   McMahon)  sa- 
loon, 422  Eleventh 
Barrett  A.,  bootmaker,  1220  Broadway,  res ~  570  Fifteenth 
Barrett  Alex.  P.,  butcher,  res  foot  of  Division 
Barrett  Charles  R.,  res  1961  Grove 
Barrett  Cornelius  W.,  res  E   s  Curtis   bet  Nineteenth  and 

Twentieth 
Barrett  Dominique,  saloonkeeper,  res  819  Center 
Barrett  D.  W.  (Barrett  &  McMahon)  and  extraman  Engine 

No.  2.  res  Central  Pacific  Hotel 
Barrett  George  H.,  farmer,  res  S  s  Eighth  nr  Linden 
Barrett  John,  laborer,  res  NE  cor  East  14th  and  Thirteenth  av 
Barrett  John,   brakeman   C.   P.    R.    R.,    res  Ss  Wood  bet 

Eighth  and  Chase 
Barrett  Lizzie,  seamstress,  res  NE  cor  Market  and  Third 
Barrett  Mary  E.  Mrs.,    res  Es  Curtis  bet   Nineteenth  and 

Twentieth 
Barrett  Michael,  boilermaker  W.  D.    Co.,   res  Railroad  Ex- 
change 
Barrett  Patrick,  butcher,  835  Washington,  res  514  Fifth 
Barrett  Thomas,  carriage  painter  with  J.    O.   N.  Smith,  res 

cor  Thirteenth  av  and  East  14th 
Barrilis   Diego,  Italian  Consul  (S.  F.)  res  N   s   Lake  bet 

Jackson  and  Madison 
Barris  Clermont  C,  stockbroker  (S.  F)    res  660  Fourteenth 
Barrows  Frank  P.  (Sadler  &  Barrows,  S.  F.)  res  Webster  nr 

Moss  av 
Barrows  Thomas,  res  Webster  extension  bet  Broadway  and 

Moss  av 
Barry  David,  farmer,  res  N  s  Alcatraz  av  nr  Telegraph  av 
Barry  David,  gardener,  res  1022  West 

Barry  Edward,  real  estate,  res  NW  cor  Tenth  and  Chestnut 
Barry  Harry,  waiter  Grand  Western  Restaurant 
Barry  Jennie  Miss,   student  University,   res  Young  Ladies' 

Club 
Barry  John,  laborer,  res  Peralta  bet  Seventh  and  Eighth 
Barry  John,  laborer,  res  cor  Tenth  and  Franklin 
Barry  Michael,  carpenter,  res  1022  West. 


PIEDMONT  SPRINGS AD 


FIRST  CLASS  ACCOMMODATIONS  AT  ALL  HOURS. 


Woodward  &  Taggart,  Real  Estate  Agents  and  Auctioneers. 


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90  OAKLAND    [  B  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Barry  Michael,  stableman  Clifford's  Livery  Stable,  res  1009 

Franklin 
Barry  Myron  S.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Eighteenth  nr  West 
Ban-y  Patrick,  laborer,  res  818  Linden 

Barry  Richard,  butcher,  res  NW  cor  Eighteenth  and  Kirk- 
ham 
Barry  William,  gardener,  res  939  Campbell 
Barstow  Alfred,  atty-at-law  (S.  F.)  res  N  s  Eighteenth  nr 

Linden 
Barstow  Anson  (Sarpy,  Barstow  &  Co.)   res  1104  Broadway 
Barstow  D.  P.,  atty-at-law  (S.  F.)  res  NW  cor  Market  and 

Eighteenth* 
Barstow  Joseph,  res  1322  Harrison 
Bartels  Byron,  barber  with  C.  Bartels,  res  752  Brush 
Bartels  Charles,  barber,  457  Seventh,  res  cor  Twenty-fourth 

and  Valley 
Bartels  Henry,  bartender  with  John  Holden,  res  S  s  Twenty- 
first  bet  Broadway  and  Telegraph  av 
Bartels  Jurgen  Henry,  res  cor  475  Twenty-first 
Bartels  William,  upholsterer  with  E.   Hook,  res  817  Castro 
BARTER  GEORGE  W.,  editor  and  publisher  Brooklyn  Vi- 

dette,  NE  cor  Thirteenth  av  and  East  14th 
Bartholomew  George,  res  N  s  East  14th  nr  Twenty-eighth  av 
Bartle  J.,  widow,  res  N  s  Forty-second  nr  Telegraph  av 
Bartles  William  G.,  superintendent  Oakland  Point  Planing 

Mill 
Bartlett  Edward,  carpenter,  res  Railroad  Exchange 
Bartlett  E.  E.,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 
Bartlett   Harry  E.,   driver  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res  W  s 

Kirkham  nr  Twelfth 
Bartlett  House,  R.  Meacham  proprietor,  473  Seventh 
Bartlett  J.  J.,  carpenter,  res  406  First 
Bartlett  Pliny  (Contra  Costa  Laundry  Association)  res  SW 

cor  Eighth  and  Wood 
Bartlett  William  C,  editor  S.  F.   Bulletin,  res  S  s  Prospect 

pi  nr  Webster 
Bartlett  William  S.,    teller  National  Gold  Bank  and  Trust 

Co.,  (S.  F.)  res  SE  cor  Thirteenth  and  Castro 
Bartlett  — ,  laborer  with  Corlies  &  Merritt 
Bartling  Clara  Miss,  student  University,  res  Young  Ladies' 

Club 
BARTLING  WILLIAM  (Bartling  &  Kimball,  S.  F.)  res  719 

Fourteenth 
Basham  Frederick,   modeler  with  Miller  &  Winson,  res  cor 

Market  Seventeenth 
Bashford  Coles  A.,  student  University,  res  Berkeley  Hotel 


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Drink  Napa  Soda  and  enjoy  life  and  health.     Agency,  469  Ninth, 


OAKLAND    []}]    DIRECTORY.  91 

Basnett  John  D.,  clerk  with  William  Dick  &  Co.,  res  478 

Ninth 
Bassett  Alonzo,  stonecutter,  res  1117  West 
Bassett  A.  S.,  house  painter,  res  835  Willow 
Bassett  James  M,,  journalist,  res  S  s  Seward  bet  Peralta  and 

Campbell 
Bassett  Joseph,  res  W  s  Fruit  Yale  av  nr  East  14th,  Fruit 

Vale 
Bassett  Robert,  canvasser,  res  N  s  East  16th  bet  Twentieth 

and  Twenty-first  avs 
Bassini   Bernardo,   collector  S.    F.    Gaslight   Co.,    res  714 

Castro 
BastianF.,  blacksmith  W.  D.  Co.,  res  1716  Eighth 
Batchelder  J.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Batchelder  Timothy  Mrs.,  res  1329  Harrison 
Bates  Ashel  S.,  merchant,  res  Second  av  nr  College  av,  Tem- 

escal 
BATES   B.    R.,  superintendent  American  District  Telegraph 

Co.,  Ninth  nr  Broadway,  res  Winsor  House 
Bates  Charles  D.  (Sawyer,  Bates  &  Co.)  res  W  s  Fifth  av 

bet  East  15th  and  East  16th 
Bates  Edward,  laborer  with  C.  F.  Hawkins 
Bates  E.  J.,  contractor,  res  SW  cor  B  and  Ettie 
Bates  John,  seaman,  res  N  s  Taylor  bet  Pine  and  Cedar 
Bates  Robert,  laborer  with  C.  F.  Hawkins 
Batterman  Christopher  S.,   student  University,  res  Palace 

Club 
Battles  John,  res  cor  Seventeenth  and  Kirkham 
Baudendistel  E.,  baker  D.  and  D.  and  B.  Asylum 
BAUDER   CHRIS.    &    CO.     (Chris.    Bauder    and   George 

Yawart)  proprietors  Golden  Star  Hotel,  838  Broadway 
Bauder  Chris.  (Chris.  Bauder  &  Co.)  res  838  Broadway 
Baudin  J.  P.,  foreman  Grove-st  Planing  Mill,  res  605  Tenth 
Bauer  C,  wines  and  liquors,  1412  Broadway 
Bauer  Frederick,  res  416  Eighth 

BAUER  JOHN,  proprietor  Mammoth  Saloon,   810  Broad- 
way, r.  415  Fourth 
Bauer  Hannah,  domestic,  W  s  Campbell,  bet  Lincoln  and 

Twelfth 
Bauerle  John,  carpenter,  res  759  Grove 
Baum  George,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Bauman  John,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Fifth  bet  Filbert  and  Lin- 
den 
Baumgart  Solomon,  pedlar,  res  416  Fourth,  rear 
Baxley  George  W.,  farmer,  res  SE  cor  Third  and  Madison 
Baxley  J.  W.,  laborer  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  329  Third 


'IFIllVinNT    ^PRINP^V   A  BEAUTIFUL  DR'VE-  only  3  miles  from  OAKLAND. 


A.  D.  WHITNEY,  Proprietor. 


WOODWARD  &  TAGGART   460  and  462  EIGHTH  STREET. 


92  OAKLAND    [B]    DIRECTORY. 

Baxter  Hall  W.,  cashier  with  Crane  &  Brigliam  (S.  F.)  res 
E  s  Adeline  bet  Fourteenth  and  Sixteenth 

BAXTER  HOUSE,  J.  B.  Baxter  proprietor,  San  Pablo  av  sta- 
tion 

BAXTER  J.  B.,  proprietor  Baxter  House,  San  Pablo  av  sta- 
tion 

Baxter  J.  W.,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res  cor  Third 
and  Webster 

Baxter  Thomas,  laborer,  res  Overland  House 

Baxter  W.  H.  agent  Workingmen's  Building  Association, 
911  Washington,  res  S  F 

Baxter  William  S.,  clerk  assay  office,  res  W  s  Myrtle  nr 
Eighteenth 

Bay  District  School,  Miss  Carrie  Trimble  principal,  E  s 
San  Pablo  av  nr  Alcatraz  av 

BAY  NURSERY,  Jas.  Hutchison  proprietor,  NE  cor  Tele- 
graph av  and  Bay  pi,  depot  and  seed  store  SE  cor  Four- 
teenth and  Washington 

BAY  VIEW  SALOON,  John  Miller  proprietor,  E  s  San 
Pablo  av  nr  San  Pablo  station 

Bayerque  J.  B.  Mrs.,  res  1219  Webster 


J.  B.  BAXTER,      ::::::::     Proprietor. 


San  Pablo  Avenue  Station. 


First=class  Accommodations  at  Moderate  (Rates. 


Pll  RFRT  £  HIINTFR  REAL  ESTATE  AND  |NSURANCE  agents. 


Office,  224  Montgomery  st.,  S.  F.,  or  Park  st.,.  Alameda. 


Try  Gordon's  Ice  Cream.    It  is  the  Best  and  Cheapest.    469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND    [B]    DIRECTORY.  93 

Bay  ley  George  B.,  proprietor  Oakland  Poultry  Yard,  SW 
cor  Seventeenth  and  Castro,  res  W  s  Castro  nr  Sixteenth 

Bayles  Joseph,  carpenter,  res  873  Lydia 

Baylis  Harry  B.,  sashmaker  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res  701 
Brush 

Beach  Carrie  Miss,  res  926  Myrtle 

Beach  Carnie  W.,  res  863  Center 

Beach  Henry  H.,  res  913  Fifth  av 

Beagle  Frank  M.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Forty-second  nr  Tele- 
graph av,  Temescal 

Beagle  William,  salesman  with  Melius  Bros.,  res  Temescal 

Beal  Bufus,  carpenter,  res  N  s  East  16th  bet  Twentieth  and 
Twenty-first  avs 

Beal  William  B..  res  W  s  Eleventh  av  bet  East  16th  and 
East  Seventeenth 

Beal  Willis  F.,  res  N  s  East  16th  bet  Twentieth  and  Twenty- 
first  avs 

Beal  — ,  laborer  with  Corlies  &  Merritt 

Beale  John,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Adeline  nr  Third 

Beale  William  T.,  machinist,  res  S  s  Logan  nr  Grove 

Beals  John  P.,  music  printer  and  engraver  (S.  F.)  res  cor 
Twelfth  av  and  East  22d 

Beam  Charles  Mrs.,  res  1502  Broadway 

Bean  Alphonso  G.,  plasterer,  res  826  Lydia 

Bean  .Archibald  E.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  West  nr  Twenty-first 

Bean  John,  clerk  with  H.  C.  Taft  &  Co.,  res  1165  Broad- 
way 

Bear  Abraham,  switchman  CPER,  res  807  Washington 

Bear  E.,  fireman  CPRE,  res  Berkeley 

Bear  Uriah  A.,  fireman  N  E  E  B  B,  res  N  s Berkeley  way  nr 
Shattuck,  B. 

Bearch  Philip,  barber  (S.   F.)  res  S  s  Twenty-second   nr 
West 

Beardsley  George  B.  (Swineborne  &  Beardsley)  office  907 
Broadway,  res  N  s  William  bet  Wood  and  Pine 

Beardsley  James  S.,  res  NE  cor  Market  and  Sixteenth 

Beardsley  J.  W.,  butcher  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Beardsley  W.  D.,  res  1156  Broadway 

Bearie  Antone,  laborer  CPEE 

Beatty  Jennie  Miss,  with  E.  Hook 

Beatty  John,  drayman,  res  811  Sixteenth 

Beatty  Lizzie  Miss,  dressmaker  1215  Jefferson 

BEAUDRY  &  MeAVOY,  (L.  M.  Beaudry  and  H.  McAvoy) 
undertakers,  835  Broadway 

BEAUDRY  L.  M.,  livery  and  sale  stable,  NE  cor  Broad- 
way and  Seventh  (and  Beaudry  &  McAvoy)  res  319  Sixth 


"vR,«".rE  GOLDEN  GATE  and  the  BAY ««  PIEDMONT  SPRINGS.- 


Woodward  &  Taggart-Desirable  Business  Property  for  Sale. 


94  OAKLAND     [B]    DIRECTORY. 

Beauman  L.  W.,  professor  of  music,  res  957  Grove 

Beauregard  Frank,  bookkeeper  with  Anton  Bocqueraz,  res 
Washington  Hotel 

Bebee  J.  C.  F.,  res  Fruit  Vale  av 

Bechdel  Nelson  A.,  foreman  round  house  C  P  E  R,  res 
Eighth  bet  "Willow  and  Wood 

Becht  Charles,  butcher  with  J.  Schultz,  res  cor  Fourteenth 
and  Webster 

BECHT  GEORGE  J.,  plumbing  and  gas  fitting,  1014  Broad- 
way, res  1013  Franklin 

Becht  Joseph  Mrs.,  res  SE  cor  Fourteenth  and  Webster 

Becht's  Saloon,  Leopold  Selna  proprietor,  S  E  cor  Eleventh 
and  Broadway 

Beck  August,  brewer  Oakland  Brewery 

Beck  James  C,  clerk  with  Oakland  Warehouse,  cor  First 
and  Jefferson 

Beck  P.  S.,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Beck  Thomas,  gardener,  res  cor  Fourteenth  and  Filbert 

Beck  William,  saloon,  703  Broadway 

Becker  A.  C.  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Bancroft  way  nr  Audubon,  B. 

Becker  A.  R.,  physician  (S.  F.)  res  S  s  Bancroft  way  nr  Au- 
dubon, B. 

Becker  Charles,  teamster,  res  N  s  Hobart  nr  Broadway 

Becker  Fred  (Marquadson  &  Becker)  res  SW  cor  Sixth  and 
Castro 

Becker  George  F.,  A.  B.,  lecturer  metallurgy,  University, 
res  S  s  Bancroft  way  nr  Audubon,  B. 

Becker  William,  tanner  with  G.  F.  Crist 

Beckerleg  Edwin,  driver  with  T.  Haun,  res  E  s  Choate  nr 
Bancroft  way,  B. 

Beckett  F.  G.,  mechanical  draughtsman,  res  E  s  Campbell, 
bet  William  and  Seventh 

Beckett  J.  H.,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  laundry 

Beckett  S.  A.,  mechanical  draughtsman,  res  E  s  Campbell 
bet  William  and  Seventh 

Bedell  Edmund,  railroadman,  res  S  s  Seventh  bet  Chester 
ter  and  Center 

Bedell  George  S.,  seaman,  res  709  Brush 

Beebe  Edwin  L.,  carpenter,  res  366  Ninth 

Beebe  Franklin,  attorney-at-law,  res  1354  Webster 

Beebe  James,  farmer,  res  NE  cor  Cleveland  and  Telegraph 
avs 

Beeby  Robert  J.,  harnessmaker-with  James  Lentell,  res  Tel- 
egraph road  bet  Thirty-ninth  and  Fortieth 

Beel  Martin  S.,  jeweler  with  Weyl  Brothers  (S.  F.)  res  378 
Ninth 


GILBERT  &  HUNTER  ' 


Office,  224  Montgomery  st.,  S.  F.,  or  Park  St.,  Alameda. 


ICE  CREAM  MADE  TO  ORDER  at  GORDON'S,  469   NINTH  ST. 


OAKLAND     [$]    DIRECTORY.  95 

Beel  Philip  S.,  engraver,  res  378  Ninth 
Beel  S.  Mrs.,  res  378  Ninth 

Beers  George  A.,  journalist  Tribune,  res  475  East  12th 
Beesley  Charles  A.,  clerk  with  Melius  Bros.,  res  N  s  Seven- 
teenth bet  Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avs 
Beeson  W.  E.,  clerk  with  F.  S.  Page,  res  1003  Franklin 
Beeston  Wm.  H.,  garclner,  res  N  s  Chase  nr  Cedar 
Beggs  Robert,  plumber  with  J.  C.    Bullock,  res   cor  Third 

and  Market 
Behlow  TVillliarn,  foreman  C.  M.   Plum  &   Co.,  (S.  E.)  res 

TV  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  North  Oakland  Station 
Behrens  George  H.,   clerk  with  Crane  &  Brigham   (S.  F.) 

res  S  s  Lincoln  nr  Pine 
Behringer  Christian,  fruit  and  nuts,  47  San  Pablo  av 
Behrmann  Clans,  saloon,  556  Franklin 
Beier  Paul,  laborer,  res  W  s  College  av  nr  Asylum,  B. 
Beighle  George  TV.,  collector,  res  814  Brush 
Beisel  Louis,  tanner  with  G.  F.  Crist 
Beitzel  J.,  butcher,  res  S  s  East  14th  bet  Nineteenth  and 

Twentieth  avs 
Belau  P.,  elevator  boy  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Belcher  Frederick  P.,  trucks  (office  S.  F.)  res  1143  Myrtle 
Belden  Edward  E.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Sixteenth  nr  Kirkham 
Belden   E.    S.,    reporter    (S.   F.)  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr 

Evoy  av 
Belden  Frank  E.,  pressman  Pacific  Press,  res  1067  Castro 
Belden  J.  C,  painter,  res  360  Fifth 
Belden  Nellie,  domestic,  692  Sycamore 
Belden  T.  M.,  carpenter  and  joiner,  res  860  Clay 
Belfrage  Robert,  butler,  SE  cor  Moss  and  Telegraph  av 
Belhumeur  &  Holden  (Leon  Belhumeur  and  John  H.  Holden) 

saloon,  res  380  Tenth 
Belhumeur  Leon  (Belhumeur  &  Holden)  res  374  Tenth 
Belinge    Stephen,    carpenter   with   Turbine    Windmill  Co., 

res  Lydia  bet  Curtis  and  TVest 
Bell  &  Stump   (J.  K.  Bell  and  J.   Stump)   game,   poultry, 

butter,  etc.,  stalls  5,  7  and  9  City  Market 
Bell  John  K.,  (Bell  &  Stump)  res  855  Harrison 
Bell  Mumford  W.,  clerk,  res  1006  Webster 
Bell  Robert,  laundryman,  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Bell  Samuel,  mail  agent  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  E  s  Brush  nr  Nine- 
teenth 
Bell  Thomas  G.,  contractor,  res  763  Fifth 
Bell  Wm.,  junk,  res  TV  s  Fifth  nr  Folsom,  W.  B. 
Bellars  TV.  T.,  carpet  beating,  res  361  Ninth 
Bellchambers  James,  res  Shell  Mound  Park 


PIFIliVinNT    UHTFI    HAS  BEEN  THOROUGHLY  RENOVATED,  and  now  o"ers 
I    I L U III U II  I     FlU  I  LL  great  attractions  to  the  public  as  a  POPULAR  R 


Woodward  &  Taggart-Desirable  Residence  Property  for  Sale. 


96  OAKLAND     [B]    DIRECTORY. 

Belle  View  Nursery,  S.  Nolan,   proprietor,  S  s  33d  nr  Tele- 
graph av 
Bellevue  House,  Win.  R.  Bentley,  proprietor,  1305  Broadway 

and  1304  Telegraph  av 
Bellerman  Eniil,   bookkeeper  (S.   F.)   res  Summer  nr  San 

Pablo  av 
Bellingall  P.  W.,    custom  house  broker  (S.   F.)   res  W  s 

Filbert  nr  Eighteenth 
Bellocq  Alfred,  saloon,  N  s  East  14th  nr  Twenty-seventh  av 
Belloir  Peter,    conductor  C.  P.  R.   R.,  res  SE  cor  Twenty- 
first  and  West 
BELMONT  LIVERY  AND  SALE-STABLE,  James  Brown 

proprietor,  804-808  Broadway 
Belrose  Louis,    driver   Oakland  R.   R.    Co.,    res    cor    San 

Pablo  and  Evoy  avs 
Belt  A.  M.,  stock  broker,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Belton  Owen,  laborer,  res  NE  cor  17th  av  and  East  14th 
Beman  Mary  E.,  clairvoyant  physician,   res  NW  cor  East 

15th  and  Eighth  av 
Bemis  Louise  H.  Mrs.,  res  910  Filbert 
Bemis    Orlando    (Prescott    &  Bemis)    res    Tenth    av     bet 

East  11th  and  East  12th 
Benbow  John  W.,  mining,  res  S  s  Seventeenth  nr  Grove 
Bendel  Herman  (Tillmann  &  Bendel,  S.  F.)  resNE  cor  Alice 

and  Third 
Benedetti  J.,  laborer,  res  W  s  Myrtle  bet  First  and  Third 
BENEDICT  &  AYER,  (Newton  Benedict  and  Isaac  Ayer) 

real  estate  and  insurance  agents,  917  Broadway 
Benedict  Newton  (Benedict  &  Ayer)  res  Jurgens'  Block 
Benfey  Ida  D.  Miss,  student  University 
Benham  Charles,  laborer,  res  Capital  Hotel 
Benham  John  A.,  contractor,  res  1638  Telegraph  av 
Bening  John,  farmer,   E  s  San   Pablo  av,   half  mile  from 

Ocean  View  School,  W.  B. 
BENITZ  BLOCK,  NE  cor  Broadway  and  Tenth 
Benjamin  Clayton  J.,   teamster  with  Christian  Schreiber, 

res  E  s  Linden  between  Twelfth  and  Fourteenth 
Benke  Charles  G.  (Wilson,  Benke  &  Co.)  res  1219  Broadway 
Benner  Frederick  M.,  melter  U.  S.  Mint  (S.  F.)  res  SE  cor 

Sixteenth  and  West 
Bennett  Alfred  E.,  carpenter  with  Power  &   Ough,  res  SW 

cor  Jackson  and  Third 
Bennett  Annie  Miss,  milliner,  res  cor  Fifteenth  and  Center 
Bennett  G.  W.,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Bennett  Helen,  chambermaid  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Bennett  Herbert  W.,  teacher  music,  res  1257  Clay 


Pll  RFRT  JL  HIINTFR  BUY  and  SELL  REAL  ESTATE  and  M|N,NG  property-loans 


NEGOTIATED.     224  Montgomery  st.  S.  F.,  or  Park  st.  Alameda. 


J.  S.  G.  GORDON,  wholesale  and  retail  dealer  in  ICE,  469  Ninth  st. 


OAKLAND     []}]    DIRECTORY.  97 

Bennett  Joseph  P.,  cook  El  Capitan,  res  12  Virginia  (S.  F.) 

Bennett  J.  P.  Mrs.,  res  1305  Water 

Bennett  Judson,  carpenter,  res  TV  s  Filbert  nr  Twenty-first 

Bennett  J.  TV.,  laborer,  res  foot  of  Franklin 

Bennett  Lizzie,  widow  res  IN   s  Fifteenth  bet   Center  and 

Cypress 
Bennett  O.   D.,  machine  hand  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res 

556  Third 
Bennett  Robert  H.,    commission  merchant  (S.  F.)  res  SW 

cor  Fifth  and  Oak 
Bennett — res  461  Ninth 
Bennison  Andrew,  clerk  with  E.  D.   Block  &  Co.,  res  856 

Brush 
Bennison  George  E.  (E.  D.  Block  &  Co.)  res  856  Brush 
Bennison  Marion  B.,  student  University 
Bennison  William,  clerk,  res  856  Brush 
Benoit  Pierre,  res  S  s  Second  bet  Clay  and  Jefferson 
Benson  Henry  A.,  farmer,  res  956  Twelfth 
Benson  Joseph,  res  811  East  15th 
Bent  Margaret,  res  TV  s  Castro  nr  Nineteenth 
Bent  Wm.   (Jurgen  <fc  Bent)    res   TV   s  Telegraph  av  opp 

Humboldt  Park,  Temescal 
Bentley  Bros.  (Thaddeus  S.  and  Edgar  B.  Bentley)  proprie- 
tors Union  Livery  Stable,  W  s  Shattuck  nr  University 

av,  B. 
Bentley   Edgar  B.   (Bentley  Bros.)  res  W  s   Shattuck    nr 

University  av,  B 
Bentley  Lellie  E.,   teacher  Franklin  Grammar  School,  res 

cor  Tenth  av  and  East  15th 
Bentley  M.  A.  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Eleventh  between  Brush  and  West 
Bentley  M.  TV.  Mrs.,  teacher  music,  res  1116  Broadway 
BENTLEY  ROBT.  REV.,  pastor  First  Methodist  Episcopal 

Church,  res  cor  Eighteenth  and  Jefferson 
Bentley  Thaddeus    (Bentley  Bros.)  res  TV  s   Shattuck  nr 

University  av,  B. 
Bentley    William     R.,    proprietor    Bellevue    House,    1305 

Broadway 
Benton  Abijah  K.,  clerk  Post  Office,   res  S  s  Sixteenth  bet 

San  Pablo  av  and  Clay 
BENTON   JOHN   ELIOT,  postmaster,  res   S  s  Sixteenth 

bet  San  Pablo  av  and  Clay 
Benton  John  W.,  painter,  res  cor  Eleventh  and  Franklin 
Benton  Joseph  A.  Kev.,  res  S  s  Hawthorne  bet  Telegrayh  av 

and  Webster 
Benton  Mary  F.   Miss,    secretary  Oakland  Library,  res  S  s 

Sixteenth  nr  San  Pablo  av 


^FfliVllinNT  QPRIMPC  F1RST  CLASS  H0TEL  F0R  summer  boarders 

I.UI1IUI1  I     OrniNUO  3  miles  from  Oakland.      A.  D.  WHITNEY,  Propr. 


Woodward  &  Taggart-HOMES   ON  THE  INSTALLMENT  PLAN 


98  OAKLAND    [J}]    DIRECTORY. 

Benton  M.  P.  Mrs.,  teacher  painting,  res  S  s  Sixteenth  bet 

San  Pablo  av  and  Clay 
Benz  P.  M.j  tanner  and   currier   with   G.   P.  Crist,  res  cor 

Twenty-second  av  and  East  12th 
Benzon  A.  F.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  1112  Wood 
Berard  Achille,  laborer,  res  735  Myrtle 

Berard  Alfred,  French  laundry,  East  14th  nr  Twenty-third  av 
Beretta  G.,  collector  (S.  F.)  res  1723  Seward 
Berg  Morris  (Lutz  &  Berg)  res  663  Washington 
BERGER   &  CO.   (L.  P.  Berger  and  Ernest  Erne)  watch- 
makers and  jewelers,  967  Broadway 
Berger  L.  P.  (Berger  &  Co.)  res  1362  Seventh 
Berger  Matthias,  carpenter,  res  Henry  bet  Eighth  and  Ninth 
Berger  Peter,  cook  930  Andeline 
Berger  Rosaline,  domestic  930  Adeline 
Berhans  Willet,  res  316  Tenth 
Be'rit  Jules,  fish  pedlar,  res  416  Second 
Be'rit  Peter,  fish  and  poultry,  res  421  Second 
BERKELEY  ADVOCATE  (weekly)  Berkeley  office  NW  cor 

Shattuck  and  University  av,  West  Berkeley  office  SW 

cor  Fifth  and  University  av 
Berkeley  Farm  House,  W  s  Daney  nr  University  Grounds,  B. 
Berkeley  House,  Richard  Knott  proprietor,    W  s  Third  bet 

University  av  and  Addison,  W.  B. 
BERKELEY     LAND    AND     TOWN    IMPROVEMENT 

ASSOCIATION,    717  Montgomery,    S.     F.;    Berkeley 

office  SW  cor  University  av  and  Fifth,  W.  B. 
Berkeley  Land  Office,  F.  Chappellet,   terminus  N.  R.  R.  B. 

B.,  Berkeley 
BERKELEY  LAUNDRY,  Charles  Partenscky  proprietor, 

N  s  Twelfth  nr  Kirkham,  office  457  Seventh 
Berkele}-  Real  Estate  Office,  W.   Lockerman,  N   s  Bancroft 

Way  nr  Dana,  B. 
Berkely  Real  Estate  Union,  M.  McDonald  manager,  NW  cor 

Shattuck  and  University  av,  B. 
Berkeley  Water  Works  Co.,  F.  Chappellet  president,  office 

terminus  N.  R.  R.  B.  B.,  Berkeley 
Berkeley  Villa  R.  R.,  Berryman  &  Chappellet  proprietors, 

office  terminus  N.  R.  R.  B.  B.,  Berkeley 
Bernamayou  Peter,  gardener,  res  N  s  East  14th  nr  Twenty- 
seventh  av 
Bernard  A.  C,  clothing,  460  Sixth 
Bernard  Frank  <fc  Co.  (Frank  Bernard)   wood  and  coal,  414 

Ninth 
Bernard  Frank  (Frank  Bernard  &  Co.)  414  Ninth 
Bernard  Heniy,  student  University 


"M'  Rt-fiT  £  HSINTFR    AGENTS  F0R  SAN  FRANCISCO  and  alameda  property. 


Office,  224  Montgomery  St.,  S.  F.,  or  Park  st.,  Alameda. 


Gordon's  wagons  supply  families  in  Oakland,  Berkeley  &  Alameda. 


OAKLAND     [  5  ]    DIRECTORY.  99 

Bernstein  Edward,  dry  and  fancy  goods,  813  Broadway,  res 

254  Alice 
Bernstein  Julius,  clerk  with  E.  Bernstein,  res  612  Fourth 
Bernstein  Morris  C,    furniture,   857  "Washington,  res  833 

Market 
Berry  David,  saddle  and  harnessmaker,  S  s  Eighth  nr  Broad- 
way, res  SE  cor  First  and  Broadway 
Berry  Hamilton,  seaman,  res  Wilcox  House 
Berry  John,  res  NW  cor  Peralta  and  William 
Berry  John,  gardener,  res  Peralta  nr  Eighth 
Berry  L.  G.,  res  833  Clay 
Berry  E.,  laborer  C.  P.  B.  E. 

Berry  Thomas,  res  SW  cor  Broadway  and  Twenty-first 
Berry  Virginia  M.   Miss,   res  N   s  Division  bet  Wood  and 

Pine 
Berry  William,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Wood  nr  Taylor 
Berry  William,  porter  C.  P.  E.  E.,  res  1508  Third 
Berry  W.  L.,  printer  (S.  F.)  res  N  s  Division  nr  Wood 
Berry  W.  O.  M.  (Treadwell  &  Co.,  S.  F.)  res  938  Filbert 
Berryman  Claus,    driver   with   Shakespeare   &   Walter,  res 

Franklin  bet  First  and  Water 
Bertrand  Joseph,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Besenthal  Adolph,  2d  cook  Tubbs  Hotel 
Betancue  Joseph,  photographer,  res  823  Filbert 
Betancue  Joseph  F.,    carpenter,    res   S   s  Bay  pi  nr  Tele- 
graph av 
Bettman  David,  clerk,  res  513  Tenth 
Bettman  J.  J.,  res  513  Tenth 
Bettman   J.    J.    Mrs.,    millinery,     1000  Broadway,  res  513 

Tenth 
Betts  Annie  Miss,  clerk  with  James  M.  Halsted 
Betts  Henry,  laborer  with  Taylor  &  Co.,  res  Myrtle  bet  Third 

and  Fifth 
Betts  Orrington,  shipping  clerk  (S.  F.)  res  cor  Campbell  and 

Third 
Betts  Philander,   plumber  with   Dalziel  &  Moller,   res  S  s 

Eleventh  bet  Brush  and  West 
Betts  William,  springmaker  Betts'  Spring  Co.,  (S.  F.)  res  N 

s  Fifteenth  nr  Center 
Betts  William  M.,   president  Betts'  Spring   Co.   (S.  F.)  res 

1124  Myrtle 
Betz  Henry,  laborer  with  Taylor  &  Co.,  res  724  Myrtle 
Betz  Louis,  clerk  with  George  Bloom,  res  cor  Seventh  and 

Franklin 
BETZ  PHILIP,  saloon,  NW  cor  Seventh  and  Franklin,  res 

852  Franklin 


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OAKLAND     [B]    DIRECTORY. 


Bewtner  George,  waiter  Grand  Western  Restaurant 
Bibber  C.  B.  Mrs.,  res  E  s  Chester  nr  Third 
Bice  John  W.,  resident  graduate  University,  res  N  s  Uni- 
versity av  opp  Ellsworth,  B. 
Biddle  Annie  G.  Mrs.,  res  615  Tenth 
Bidleman  Enoch  G.,  liquor  dealer  (S.  F.)  res  SW  cor  Fifth 

av  and  East  16th 
BIEDENWEG  A.  &  CO.  (August   Biedenweg   and   Philip 

Heyman)  groceries  and  liquors,  NE  cor  Clay  and  Fourth 
Biedenweg  August  (A.  Biedenweg  &  Co.)  res  NE  cor  Clay 

and  Fourth 
Bidwell  H.  C,  res  NW  cor  Seventeenth  and  Telegraph  av 
Bieler  Frank,  wholesale  wines  and  liquors,  store  and  res  8CW 

East  14th 
Bien  Morris,  student  University 

Bierce  Albert  S.,  with  U.  S.  Mint  (S.  F.)  res  1162  Market 
Bigelow   Charles,  carpenter  with   A.  Parker,  res  Berkeley 

House,  W.  B. 
BIGELOW  ELIJAH,  real  estate,  housebroker  and  collector, 

900  Broadway,  res  1157  Jefferson 
Bigelow  J.,  machinist  Cal.  Watch  Co. 
Bigelow  John  W.,  clerk  with  Cross  &  Co.  (S.  F.)  res  955 

Seventh 
BIGELOW  THADDEUS  B.,  real  estate,  housebroker  and 

collector,  900  Broadway,  res  1157  Jefferson 
Biggs  T.  P.,  res  NE  cor  Thirtieth  and  Adeline 
Bigley  Nellie,  domestic,  1057  Market 

Bignami  Frank,  carver  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  566  Charter 
Bignami  Louis,  proprietor  Yenician   Gardens  and  Saloon, 

574-576  Seventh,  res  556  Charter 
Billegris  Gregory,  porter,  res  E  s  Peralta  nr  Third 
Billings  Ellen  Miss,  teacher  music  Golden  Gate  Academy 
Billings  Frank  D.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  SW  cor  Pine 

and  Seventh 
Billings  M.  S.  Mrs.,  teacher  Golden  Gate  Academy 
Billington  Isaac  F.,  hostler  Oakland  R.  R.  Co.,  res  W  s  Tel- 
egraph av  nr  Weston  av 
BILLS  ALBERT,  agent  Gladding,  McBean  &  Co.,  res  118 

Eleventh 
Bingham  George  R.,  with  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res   Campbell  nr 

Seventh 
Bingham  H.  M.  Mrs.,  res  665  Twelfth 
Bingley  R.  C,  stencil  cutter,  res   815  Washington 
Birch  Catherine  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  res  SE  cor  East  12th  and 

Eleventh  ay 
Birch  John,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  East  12th  and  Eleventh  av 


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OAKLAND     [B]    DIRECTORY.  101 

Bird  Albert  D.,  student  University 

Bird  Harry,  clerk  with  E.  Hook 

Bird  Henry  C,  harness  and  saddle  maker,  res  809  Peralta 

Birdsel  Eugene,  res  1772  Seventh 

Bird's  Eye  View  House,  Ns  Seventh  bet  Chester  and  Center 

Birnie  Robert,  copyist,  res  270  Seventh 

Bishop  A*  W.,  res  1113  Jefferson 

Bishop  Daniel  L.,  student  University,  res  N  s  University  av 
nr  University  Grounds,  B. 

Bishop  Oliver  H.,  porter,  res  576  East  14th 

BISHOP'S  OAKLAND  CITY  DIRECTORY,  W.  B.  Hardy 
agent,  959  Broadway 

Bisio  August,  cook  Nicoll  House  Restaurant 

Bittencurte  Manuel  de  S.,  gardener,  SW  cor  Prospect  pi  and 
Webster 

Biven  Frederick,  compositor  S.  F.  Bulletin,  res  913  Poplar 

Bivins  B.  F.,  mining  (S.  F.)  res  N  s  Vernon  av  nr  Univer- 
sity av,  Temescal 

Bivins  E.,  res  N  s  Vernon  av  nr  College  av,  Temescal 

Bixby  Levi  R.,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Brush  nr  Twentieth 

Bixby  Levi  S.,  bookkeeper  with  J.  S.  Crosley,  res  E  s  Brush 
nr  Twentieth 

Black  Charles,  bricklayer,  res  410  Tenth 

Black  D.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Black  David,  teamster,  res  861  Myrtle 

Black  George,  clerk  with  George  F.  M.  Glover,  res  S  s  Lin- 
coln nr  Wood 

Black  John  L.,  merchant  (Virginia  City)  res  W  s  Maple  nr 
Temescal 

Black  Joseph,  bookkeeper  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  W  s 
Shattuck  nr  Telegraph  av,  Temescal 

Black  Joshua  (Wall  &  Black)  res  NE  cor  Telegraph  av  and 
Twenty-first 

Black  Josiah,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  Twenty-first  and  Tele- 
graph av 

Blackburn  Kate,  domestic,  W  s  Shattuck  nr  Bancroft  way,  B 

Blacket  W.  E.,  carpenter,  res  Capital  Hotel 

Blacklock  Walter,  res  Fourth  bet  Grove  and  Castro 

Blackmail  George  V.,  res  1354  Brush 

Blackman  William,  painter,  res  411  Ninth 

Blackmail  William  H.,  driver  Hose  Cart  No.  1.,  res  S  s  Fif- 
teenth nr  Clay 

Blackson  John,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Fifth  bet  Castro  and 
Grove 

Blackwell  Henry  F.,  res  S  s  East  16th  bet  Eleventh  and 
Twelfth  avs 


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102  OAKLAND     [  B  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Blackwood  Jane  Mrs.,  res  1273  San  Pablo  av 

Blackwood  Richard  H.,  farmer,  res  NW  cor  Twenty-second 
and  Market 

Blaikie  George  W.,  shipjoiner  W.  D.  Co.,  res  1720  Chase 

Blair  David  B.,  insurance  agent,  res  122  Eleventh 

Blair  George  M.,  proprietor  Grove-st  Planing  Mill,  NW  cor 
Grove  and  First,  res  325  Eleventh 

Blair  Walter,  president  Broadway  and  Piedmont  R.  R.  Co., 
and  proprietor  Blair's  Dairy,  Montecito  av  nr  Peralta 
av,  res  The  Centennial 

Blair  William,  res  Montecito  av  nr  Peralta  av 

Blair's  Dairy,  Walter  Blair  proprietor,  Montecito  av  nr  Pe- 
ralta av 

Blais  Henry,  hostler  Oakhind  R.  R.  Co. 

Blaisdell  Samuel  S.,  photographer  with  M.  Dunham,  res  832 
Franklin 

BLAKE  C.  T.,  secretary  Oakland  Paving  Co.,  office  Union 
Bank  Building  res  1  Vernon  pi,  S.  F. 

Blake  Francis  (Blake,  Bobbins  &  Co.,  S.  F.)  res  W  s  Tele- 
graph av  bet  Sycamore  and  Caledonia  av 

Blake  George  F.,  special  policeman,  res  567  Seventh 

Blake  House,  Ezekiel  Brown  proprietor,  W  s  Washington 
bet  Eleventh  and  Twelfth 

Blake  J.,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 

Blake  John,  bricklayer,  res  368  Ninth 

Blake  John,  grainer  with  C.  B.  Rutherford,  res  371  Fourth 

Blake  M.  K.,  res  W  s  Washington  bet  Eleventh  and  Twelfth 

Blakeslee  S.  V.  Rev.,  res  N  s  Edwards  nr  Telegraph  av 

Blanchard  George,  restaurant,  616  East  12th 

Blanchard  T.,  engineer,  res  R.  R.  Exchange 

Blanchard  William,  stonecutter  Oakland  Stone  Yards,  res 
cor  Washington  and  Eleventh 

Blankman  Harry,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Blankman  H.  G.,  physician,  res  1116  Alice 

Blasdel  Enoch  AV.,  mining  (S.  F.)  res  cor  College  and  Ver- 
non avs 

Bleeney  Michael,  laborer,  res  Eagle  House 

Blesi  Sebastian,  foreman  with  Wm.  A.  Watts,  res  W  s  Chest- 
nut nr  Thirty-fourth 

Blessing  Charles  V.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res 
469  Sixth 

Blessing  Jacob,  patternmaker  (S.  F.)  res  N  s  Taylor  nr  Pine 

Blethen  Charles,  blindmaker  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res 
Second  bet  Clay  and  Jefferson 

BLETHEN  JAMES  E.,  proprietor  Pioneer  Planing  Mill, 
NW  cor  Broadway  and  First,  res  568  East  11th 


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Drink  Pure  Eastern  Cider.      Gordon,  agent,  469  Ninth  street. 

OAKLAND    [  £  ]    DIRECTORY.  193 

Bliss  B.  B.,  freight  receiver  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  316  Third 
Bliss  Theodore,  stevedore  (S.  F.)  res  812  Twenty-second 
Bliss  W.  C,  carpenter,  res  963  Franklin 
Bliss  William  C,  with  Power  &  Ough,  res  NW  cor  East  15th 

and  Eleventh  av 
Bliven  James  I.  (James  I.  Bliven  &  Co.  and  A.  T.  Elford  & 

Co.)  res  NE  cor  Thirteenth  and  Franklin 
Bliven  James  I.  &  Co.  (James  I.   Bliven  and  John  Taylor) 

manufacturers    soda    water,    NE    cor   Thirteenth    and 

Franklin 
Blixt  Christina,  N  s  Charter  bet  Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avs 
BLOCK  E.  D.  &  CO.   (Emanuel  D.   Block  and  George  E. 

Bennison)  dry  and  fancy  goods,  951  Broadway 
Block  Emanuel  D.  (E.  D.  Block  &  Co.)  res  515  Geary,  S.  F. 
Block  Joseph  (Wertheimer  &  Block)  res  SW  cor  Broadway 

and  Fourth 
Bloom  George,  groceries  and  liquors,  951  Franklin,  res  953 

Franklin 
Blote  William,   collector  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  res  458 

Eighth 
Blow  A.  AV.  (Blow  Bros.,  S.  F.)  res  324  Sixth 
Blow  Robert  (Blow  Bros.,  S.  F.)  res  324  Sixth 
Blow  Walter  W.,  res  SW  cor  Harrison  and  Fifth 
Blue  B.,  laborer,  res  R.  R.  Exchange 
Blue  Daniel  P.,   carpenter,  res  N  s  William  bet  Bay   and 

Cedar 
Blyth  William  A.,  student  University 
Blythe  Mary,  domestic,  1418  San  Pablo  av 
Blythen  H.,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Boalt  John  H.,  atty-at-law,  410  Montgomery  (S.  F.)  res  1003 

Twelfth 
Board  of  Education,  R.  E.  Cole  president,  City  Hall 
Board  of  Health,  L.  H.  Cary  health  officer  and  city  physi- 
cian, City  Hall 
Board  of  Supervisors  (county)  O.   H.  Burnham  chairman, 

County  Court  House,  room  5 
Boardman  Charles  T.,  draughtsman  with  W.  F.  Boardman, 

res  1104  Broadway 
Boardman  F.  W.,   civil  engineer,   812  Broadway,   res  265 

Second 
Boardman  L.  E.,  draughtsman  with  W.  F.  Boardman,  res 

NE  cor  Thirteenth  and  Broadway 
Boardman  William,  clerk  with  W.  F.  Boardman,  res  NE  cor 

Thirteenth  and  Broadway 
BOARDMAN  WILLIAM    F.,  Oakland  township    assessor 

and  civil  engineer,  812  Broadway,  res  1156  Broadway 


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104  OAKLAND     [B]    DIRECTORY. 

Bock  Charles,  carriagemaker  with  Sohst  Bros.,  res  357 Eighth 
Bock  Henry,  spices,  res  Elm  opp  Valley 
Bock  John,  laborer,  res  Forty-sixth  nr  Telegraph  av 
Bockius  Charlotte  Miss,  student  University,  res  S  s  Univer- 
sity av  nr  Choate,  B. 
BOCQUERAZ  ANTONE,  wholesale  wines  and  liquors,  822 

Broadway,  res  SE  cor  Second  and  Jefferson 
BOCQUERAZ  PETER,  wines  and  liquors,  853  Washington, 

res  561  Second 
Bodell  John,  teamster  W.  1).  Co.,  res  162  Second 
Boden  Henry  M.,  hostler  with  W.  A.  Richards 
Bodge  Mary  Miss,  res  813  East  14th 
Boehse  Charles  J.,  bartender  with  Charles  Metzler,  res  473 

Eighth 
Bogart  John  M.,  res  N  s  Walton  nr  Telegraph  av 
Bogner  August,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Boh  Jacob,  wellborer,  res  NW  cor  Sixth  and  Jones,  W.  B. 
Bohan  James,  gardener,  res  E  s  Poplar  nr  Twenty-eighth 
Bohan  John,  blacksmith,  res  SE  cor  Telegraph  and  Cleve- 
land avs 
Bohlscheid  Anthony,   carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res 
S  s  Twenty-sixth  nr  Grove 


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OAKLAND      [  g  ]    DIRECTORY.  105 

Bohn  Andrew,  driver  with  Eaffo  Bros.,  res  214  Third 

Bohrer  John,  laborer,  res  S  s  Evoy  av  nr  Adeline 

Boice  Charles  De  S.,  collector  and  solicitor  Fireman's  Fund 

Insurance  Co.  (S.  F.)  res  1055  Poplar 
Bolander  L.  P.,  clerk  with  Charles  Man,  res  cor  Eighth  and 

Campbell 
Bolles  Amos,  contractor   and  builder,  res  N  s  East  25th  nr 

Seventh  av 
Bollinger  John  C,  real  estate  agent,  res  1156  Webster 
Bolser  George,  painter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  658  Grove 
Bolte  Johanna,  nurse  with  H.  P.  Livermore 
Bolton  George,    bartender  with  J.  W.   Ballard,   res  SE  cor 

Wood  and  William 
Bolton  James  W.,  carriage  painter  with  E.  Bangle,  res  N  s 

East  15th  nr  Fourteenth  av 
Bolton  Sarah  Miss,  student  University,   res  Young  Ladies 

Club 
BOLTON    WILLIAM,    physician    and    member   Board    of 

Health,  justice  of  the  peace  and  real  estate  agent,  1768 

Seventh,  res  NW  cor  Wood  and  William 
Bolza  William,  grainer,  res  371  Ninth 
Bon  J.  B.,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Thirty-seventh 
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proprietor,  NW  cor  Broadway  and  Fifth 
Bond  Frederick,  teamster,  res  807  Alice 
Bone  Anna,  nurse,  res  NE  cor  Seventh  and  Center 
Bones  S.  W.,  conductor  C.  P.  E.  K.,  res  612^  East  12th 
Bones  W.  D.,  brakeman  C.  P.  K.  K. 
Bonham  John  N.,  plumber  with  George  J.  Becht,  res  SE  cor 

Broadway  and  Durant 
Boniface  Sara  Miss,  teacher  Irving  Grammar  School,   res 

1619  Clay  (S.  F.) 
Bonifield  James  T.,  stevedore  (S.  F.)  res  1014  Wood 
Bonjour  B.,  laborer,  res  617  Sixth 
Bonn  John,  farmer,  res  W  s  Park  nr  Dennison 
Bonnet  S.,  res  607  Sixth 

Bonney  Charles  W.,  carpenter,  res  717  Tenth 
Bonham  Mary  T.,  widow,  res  626  Eighth 
Bonney  Fannie  Miss,  school  teacher,  res  717  Tenth 
Bonney  Franklin  J.,  student  University,  res  717  Tenth 
Bonnin  C,  stableman,  Tubbs1  Hotel 
Bontan  Leonard,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Thirteenth  av  bet  East 

16th  and  East  17th 
Boogar  Philip,  capitalist,  res  862  Franklin 
Booker  Geo.  E.,    collector  Spring  Valley  Water  Co.  (S.  F.) 

res  960  Fifth 


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106  OAKLAND     [B]    DIRECTORY. 

Boone  Daniel  W.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  College  Way  nr  Shat- 

tuck,  B. 
Boone  Philip  R.,  teacher,  Cal.  Military  Academy 
Boone  W.  E.,  contractor  and  builder,  res  5*24  Thirteenth 
Boop,  John  D.,   doorkeeper  U.  S.    Mint   (S.   F.)  res   815 

Henry 
Booth  Edgar  H.,  student  University,  res  Chi  Phi  House 
Booth  Edward,  student  University  and  editor  the  Berkeleyan 
Booth  George  E.,  engineer  C.   P.  R.  R.   Co.,  res  N  s  Wil- 
liam bet  Wood  and  Willow 
Booth  James  A.,  deputy  City  Clerk,  res  956  Twenty-eighth 
Booth  Lucius  A.,  res  NW  cor  Fifteenth  and  Madison 
Booth  William,  res  Harrison  nr  Fourteenth 
Borchers  William  C,  clerk  with  F.  W.  Lange,  res  NAV  cor 

Castro  and  Fifth 
Bordenave  H.,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Borein  Peter  R.,  deputy  county  treasurer  and  tax  collector, 

W  s  Broadway  between  Fourth  and  Fifth,  res  NE  cor 

Sixth  and  Webster 
Borgeson  J.  E.,  tailor  withT.  Lancaster,  res  917  Washington 
Borie  Jules  H.,  res  1155  Market 
Borland  Annie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  912  Clay 
Borland  Archie,  stocks,  res  SW  cor  Prospect  pi  and  Webster 
Borland  James,  carpente'r,  res  cor  Twenty -first  and  Filbert 
Borman  Louis,  clerk  with  H.   Bruns,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av 

nr  University  av,  W.  B. 
Bornand  Paul  E.,   preparatory  school,  N  s  Seventeenth  bet 

Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avs,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr 

Fourty-fourth 
Borrelle  J.,  tailor,  shop  and  res  373  Eleventh 
Borres  T.,  carpenter,  res  R.  R.  Exchange 
Borthwick  Robert,    porter,   res  W  s  Myrtle  bet  First  and 

Third 
Bosch  John,  laborer,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 
BOSLEE  C.  MME,  dress  and  mantle  maker,  464  Twelfth 
Boston  Cracker  Co.,  M.   Camp   &  Bro.   agents,  N  s  Third 

and  Broadway 
Boswell  Aaron,  laborer,  C.   P.   R.R.,   res  SW  cor  William 

and  Bay 
Boswell  Josiah,  real  estate,  res  NW  cor  Seventh  and  Willow 
Boswell  William  H.,  sawyer  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  373 

First 
Bottonley  Isaac,  laborer,  res  University  av  and  Hudson 
Botts  Charles  T.,   attorney-at-law,   res  NW  cor  Tenth  and 

Jackson 
Boucher  Anna  M.  Mrs,  res  1011  Brush 


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OAKLAND     [  B  ]    DIRECTORY.  107 

Boudreau  &  Pothier  (A.  Boudreau  and  Louis  Pothier)  har- 
ness and  saddlery,  N  s  Third  nr  Broadway 
Boudreau   A.    (Boudreau  &   Pothier)    res    N    s   Third    nr 

Broadway 
Bourgin  Peter  jr.,  gun  and  locksmith,  660  Washington 
Boursier  Edward,  butcher,  Palace  Hotel  (S.  P.)  res  SE  cor 

Twenty-first  and  Curtis 
Bouscat  Jacques,  laundry,  '23  Curtis 
BOUSHEY  JULIUS,  physician  and  surgeon,  office  and  res 

NE  cor  Seventh  and  Willow,  Masonic  Hall  Building 
Bouton  Hart,  foreman  Contra  Costa  Laundry,   res  SW  cor 

Sixteenth  and  Kirkham 
Bouton  W.  S.,  carpenter,  W  s  Filbert  nr  Twenty-eighth 
Bouvier  Paul,  watchmaker  with  Reichling  &  Ainstutz,  res 

261  Twelfth 
Bovyer  Alice  M.,  student  University 
Bovyer  Edward,  contractor,  res  717  Sixth 
Bowen  &  Brown  (William  J.    Bowen   and   Charles  Brown) 

hay,  grain,  wood  and  coal,  NW  cor  San  Pablo  av  and 

Delaware,  W.  B. 
Bowen  Arno  W.,  druggist  and  chemist  with  Frank  G.  Lunt, 

res  cor  Willow  and  Seventh 
Bowen  Charles  E.  (Bowen  Bros.,  S.F.)  res  1165  Clay 
Bowen  M.  W.,  clerk  with  Ward  &  Reinhait,   res  663  Grove 
Bowen  Pardon  M.,  (Bowen  Bros.,  S.  F.)  res  1165  Clay 
Bowen  Walter  R.,  res  1165  Clay 
Bowen  William  J.  (Bowen  &  Brown)  res  NW  cor  Delaware 

and  San  Pablo  av,  W.  B. 
Bowers  Samuel  T.,  mining,  res  710  Brown 
Bowers  S.  T.,  bricklayer,  res  708  Fourth 
Bowers  W.,  laborer,  res  Railroad  Exchange 
Bowers  Warren  O.,    engineer  C.   P.   R.  R.    Co.,  res  1659 

Eighth 
Bowie  G.  W.,  atty-at-law,  859  Broadway,  res  Grand  Central 

Hotel 
Bowley  A.   D.,   proprietor  Russell  House  Restaurant,  1111 

Broadway 
Bowman  Arthur  W.,  res  Piedmont  av,  nr  Piedmont  Springs 
Bowman   Charles  H.,  clerk  C.   P.  R.  R.,  res  SW  cor  Pine 

and  Taylor 
Bowman  George  F.,  real  estate  agent,  res  W  s  Fifth  av  bet 

East  16th  and  East  17th 
BOWMAN  HENRY,  druggist,  913  Broadway,  res  NE  cor 

Grove  and  Ninth 
Bowman  Isaac  H.  (Butler  &  Bowman)  res  615  Fifteenth 
Bowman  William  J.,  student  University 


'IFDMDNT   SPRINTS  A  BEAUTIFUL  DR|VE,  °n'y  3  miles  from  OAKLAND. 


A.  D.  WHITNEY,  Proprietor. 


WOODWARD  &  TAGGART   460  and  462  EIGHTH  STREET. 


108  OAKLAND     []}]    DIRECTORY. 

Bowser  Samuel,  laborer,  res  S  s  Minna  nr  Telegraph  av 

Boxaccia  Charles,  tinner,  res  410  Second 

Boyce  Davis,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Twenty-second  nr  Myrtle 

Boyce  S.  B.,  (Mix  &  Boyce)  res  609  Seventeenth 

Boyd  Edward,  clerk  with  H.  Schellhaas,  res  361  Ninth 

Boyd  John  E.,  San  Francisco  and  Berkeley  Express,  res  E 

s  Sixth  bet  Delaware  and  Bristol,  W.  B. 
Boyd  John  T.,  groceries  and  liquors,  store  and  res  NW  cor 

B  and  Haven 
Boyd  Wm.  M.,   manager  with  J.   A.  Folger  &  Co.  (S.  F.) 

res  N  s  Plymouth  av  bet  Telegraph  av  and  Broadway 
Boyer  Albert,  boiler  maker  W.  D.   Co.,  res  N  s  Lincoln  nr 

"  Willow 
Boyer  James  W.,  clerk  (S.  F.)  res  N  s  Seventh  nr  Pine 
Boyer  Margaret,  res  N  s  Lincoln  nr  Willow 
Boyle  Edward  F.,  U.  S.  Mint  (S.  F.)  res  S  s  Goss  nr  Pine 
Boyle  John,  laborer,  res  Berkeley  House,  W.  B. 
Boyle  John  P.,  res  Ns  East  14th  bet  Tenth  and  Eleventh  avs 
Boyle  Kate,  domestic,  831  Franklin 
Boyle  Mary,  widow,  res  E  s  Second  nr  Addison,  W.  B. 
Boyle  Michael,  farmer,  Blair's  Dairy,   Monticeto  av  nr  Pe- 

ralto  av 
Boyle  Neal,  laborer,  res  720  Linden 

Boyle  Patrick,  gardner,  res  N  s  East  14th  nr  Thirtieth  av 
Boyle  Patrick,  laborer,  res  nr  Cal.  Watch  Co.,  W.  B. 
Boyne  William,  baker  with  E.  Reilly,  res  SW  cor  Third  and 

Bristol,  W.  B. 
Boynton  Charles  A.,   framemaker  with  W.  C.   Parker,   res 

Overland  House 
Boynton  George,    carpenter,  "res    SjE   cor   Nineteenth   and 

Market 
Boynton  Ira,  carpenter,  res  712  Fifth 
Boynton  Samuel,   S.,  salesman  with   Ghirardelli  &  Petar, 

res  1258  Franklin 
Bradford  Abram  C.  Jr.,  student,  res  263  Twelfth 
Bradford  A.  S.,  coachman  with  D.  Hanshaw  Ward 
Bradford  James,  piledriver  CPEE,  res  Railroad  Avenue 

Hotel 
Bradford  Mary,  domestic,  cor  College  and  Vernon  avs 
Bradford  Mary  E.  Mrs.,  assistant   Harrison-st  School,  res 

263  Twelfth 
Bradford  Milton,  hostler   with   Tinkham  &  Butterfield,  res 

Fourth  nr  Webster 
Bradford  Milton,  laborer,  res  366  Second 
Bradford  Oscar  M.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Seventh  bet  Wash- 
ington and  Clay 


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OAKLAND      [  B]   DIRECTORY.  109 

Bradford  — ,  res  Tontine  House 

Bradley  &  Sturrock  (Thomas  Bradley  and  James  B.  Stur- 
rock) plasterers,  SE  cor  Tenth  and  Broadway 

Bradley  A.  S.,  res  NE  cor  Thirtieth  and  Adeline 

Bradley  Charles,' painter,  res  417  Seyenth 

Bradley  C.  L.,  fireman  CPEE,  res  SE  cor  Ninth  ay  and 
East  Tenth 

Bradley  Cornelius  B.,  yice-principal  Oakland  High  School, 
res  Nicoll  Block 

Bradley  H.  P  ,  engineer  0  P  B  B,  res  NE  cor  East   11th 
and  Twelfth  ay 

Bradley  James,  laborer,  res  NE  cor  Tenth  and  Franklin 

Bradley  J.  B.  Mrs.,  res  SE  cor  Fifteenth  and  West 

Bradley  John   T.,   speculator,    res   NW   cor   Webster   and 
Fourteenth 

Bradley  J.  W.,  clerk  with  Bart.  Morgan,  res  913  Seyenth 

Bradley  Maria  Mrs.,  res  358  Fourth 

Bradley  Michael,  laborer,  res  SE  cor  Tenth  and  Franklin 

Bradle}*  Michael,  laborer,  res  417  Seyenth 

Bradley  Thomas  (Bradley  &  Sturrock)  res  SE  cor  Twentieth 
and  Castro 

Bradley  Thomas,  plasterer,  res  S  s  Eleyenth  nr  Center 

Bradley  Thomas,  tinsmith  with  James  Dalziel,  res  358  Fourth 

Bradley  Thomas,  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Bradley  William,  engineer  C  P  B  B,  res  1057  Thirteenth  av 

Bradshaw  John,  hostler  with  L.  M.  Beaudry 

Bradshaw  John,  laborer,  res  418  Fourth,  rear 

Bradshaw  Michael,  laborer  with  J.  Lusk  <fc  Co.,  res  cor  Tel- 
graph  road  and  Clifton,  Temescal 

Bradshaw  T.  P.,  res  W  s  Telegraph  ay  one  mile  S  from  Uni- 
yersity 

Bradshaw  William  J.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res 
370  Fifth 

BRADWAY  JOSEPH  R.  (Baldwin,  Beilay  &  Bradway)  phy- 
sician, 1059  Broadway,  res  1113  Jefferson 

Brady  Dennis,  laborer,  res  722  Henry 

Brady  Terrence,  gasfitter  with  G.  L.  Lynde,  res  812  Castro 

Brainard  G.  W.}  drug  clerk,  res  San  Pablo  ay  nr  Temescal 
creek 

Brainard  J.  M.,  carpenter  and  joiner,  res  W  s  Jefferson  bet 
Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth 

Braley  A.  M.,  watchman  with  J.  Lusk  <fc  Co.,  res   cor  Tele- 
graph road  and  Clifton,  Temescal 

Bralley  Patrick,  barber,  res  821  Seyenteenth 

Braman  Jason  J.,  physician,  res  NW  cor  Sixth  and  Dela- 
ware, W  B 


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110  OAKLAND    [J]]    DIRECTORY. 

Brandstetter  Joseph,  baker  and  confectioner,  908  Broadway 

Brandt  Fritz,  painter,  res  N  s  Forty-second  nr  Grove 

Brandt  L.,  upholsterer,  res  466  Sixth 

Brannan  Bridget  Miss,  cook,  860  Seventh 

BRANNAN   DANIEL,  proprietor  Pioneer  Pottery,   office 

and  salesroom  cor  East  12th  and  Seventeenth  av 
Branson  Ware,  sailmaker,  res  735  Filbert 
Brant  Phoebe,  domestic  with  Jonas  M.  Walker 
Brassard  Isidore,  blacksmith  with  Henry  Ollis.  res  Wash- 
ington Hotel 
Braun  C.  H.  F.,  cashier  with  B.  Davidson  &  Co.  (S  F)  res 

1358  Seventh 
Braun  Julia  Mrs.,  teacher  music,  res  261  Twelfth 
Bray  W.  A.  (W.  A.  Bray  &  Bros.,  S  F)  res   NE   cor  Julia 

and  East  14th,  Fruit  Vale 
Brayton  A.  P.,  res  1167  Jackson 
Brayton  M.  E.  Mrs.,  res  1361  Alice 
Brearty  Daniel,  blacksmith,  res  Winthrop  House 
Breartv  Francis   J.  (Van  Voorhies  &  Brearty)   atty-at-law, 

456  Eighth 
Breck  Samuel,  Major  U.  S.  A.,  res  Knox  House 
BREDHOFF  CHARLES,  proprietor  Washington   Brewery, 

NE  cor  Sixth  and  Broadway,  res  663  Sixth 
Bredhoff  Charles  Jr.,  student  Taylor's  Business  College,  res 

663  Sixth 
Bredhoft  Henry,  laborer,  res  Union  av  nr  Butchertown 
Bree  Hugo,  tanner  with  F.  Crumb 
Breed  A.  D.,  capitalist,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Breen  John,  cigar  manufacturer,  res  668  Franklin 
Breen  Matthew,  res  802  Brush 

Breen  Patrick,  fireman  C  P  Pi  Pi,  res  Railroad  Exchange 
Breen  Patrick,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twent}*-fifth  nr  Broadway 
Breeze  J.  H.,  bartender  with  J.  P.  Wonderlich,  res  Nicoll 

House 
Bremler  Herrmann,  salesman  with  Melius  Bros.,  res  Eighth 

bet  Washington  and  Clay 
Brendel  Fred.,  plumber   Oakland   Water  Co.,    res  Golden 

Star  Hotel 
Brendel  George,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  Wash- 
ington bet  Fifth  and  Sixth 
Brenemar  Louis,  bookkeeper,  res  W  s  Myrtle  bet  First  and 

Third 
Brennan  Bros.  (James  and  John  Brennan)  saloon  and  livery 

stable,  SW  cor  University  av  and  Second,  W.  B. 
Brennan  Daniel,  car   cleaner   C.    P.   Pi.  P.,   res  Lewis  bet 

Third  and  Fifth 


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J.  8.  G.  Gordon  delivers  Ice,  Soda  and  Cider.      Depot,  469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND     [£]    DIRECTORY.  Ill 

Brennan  Donald,  plasterer,  res  1014  Third 

Brennan   E.,    tinsmith  with   Brennan   Bros.,    res  Berkeley 

House,  W.  B. 
Brennan  James  (Brennan  Bros.)  res  SW   cor  University  av 

and  Second,  W.  B. 
Brennan   James,    stableman    Clifford's   Livery  Stables,   res 

Franklin  bet  Thirteenth  and  Fourteenth 
Brennan  John    (Brennan  Bros.)  res   SW   cor  University  av 

and  Second,   W.   B. 
Brennan  John,  cook  El  Dorado  House 
Brennan  John,  laborer,  res  830  Jefferson 
Brennan  John,    machine   hand  Oakland  Planing    Mill,  res 

Eland  House 
Brennan  Kate,  domestic  1077  Eighth 
Brennan  Mary,  domestic  X  s  Walton  nr  Grove 
Brennan  Thomas,  res  Berkeley  House,  W.  B. 
Brennan  William,  car  repairer  C.  P.  Pi.  R.,  res  Lewis  bet 

Third  and  Fifth 
Brennan  William,  plasterer,  res  Eastern  Hotel 
Brensel  John,  teamster,  res  818  Park 
Brett  John  K.,  res  667  Twelfth 

Bretz  Aaron,  general  agent  and  adjuster  Cal.  Farmers'  In- 
surance Co.  (S.  F.)  res  716  Chester 
Breuer  Antone,  carver,  res  S  s  William  bet  Pine  and  Cedar 
Breuer  Henry,  bookkeeper  with  Kramm  &   Dieves,  res  963 

Franklin 
Brewer  J.  H.,  atty-at-law  (S.  F.)  res  578  Thirteenth 
Brezill  John,  groceries,  SW  cor  Lydia  and'  West 
Brica  Peter,  laborer,  Oakland  Paving  Co. 
Brice  Alfred,  with  E.  F.  Kohler,  res  857  Chester 
Bridge  Albert  C,    blacksmith  with    Henry   Weeks,   res  cor 

Seventeenth  and  Center 
Bridge  Thomas,  farmer,  res  Fruit  Yale  av 
Bridgman  Caleb  B.,  carpenter,  res  1006  Third 
Bridgman  Edward  C,  blind   maker   Pioneer   Planing    Mill, 

res  1006  Third 
Bridgman  W.  C,  machine  hand  Oakland  Planing   Mill,  res 

1006  Third 
Brier  Columbus,  teacher   Irving   Academy  (S.   F.)   res  522 

Charter 
Briggs  A.  D.,  driver  with  Whitney  &  Co.,  res  Bartlett  House 
Briggs  C.  G.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Myrtle  nr  Fifth 
Briggs  David  M.,  sticker  hand  with  Power  &  Ough,  res  1754 

Seward 
Briggs  Edith  Miss,  student  University,  res  Young  Ladies' 

Club 


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OAKLAND 


[B] 


DIRECTORY 


Briggs  Edward  K.,  wood  carver  W.   D.  Co.,  res  28  O'Far- 
rell  (S.  F.) 

BRIGHAM  C.  O.  (Brigham,  Whitney  &  Co.  S.  F.)  res  1019 
Oak 

Brigham  Frank    E.,   clerk  with   Brigham,  Whitney   &  Co. 
(S.  F.)  res  1019  Oak 

Brighton  William,  carpenter,  res  864  Washington 

Brinckmann  Edward  (Koenig  <fc  Brinckmann)  res  408  Thir- 
teenth 

Brinckmann  E.  W.,  clerk  with  Koenig  ifc  Brinckman,  res  408 
Thirteenth 

Brink  Edwin  P.,   contractor  and   builder,  res  520  East  14th 

BRINK  MARCEKLUS,  hatter,  925  Broadway,  res  S  s  Four- 
teenth bet  Brush  and  West 

Briones  C,  driver  Felton  Engine  Co.  No.  2,  res  Webster  nr 
Seventh 

Briones  Gabriel,  barber,    844   Broadway,  res  Webster  nr 
Seventh 

Briones  Louisa  Mrs.,  res  Webster  nr  Seventh 

Britt  Michael,  teamster,  res  Eagle  House 

Britton  Charles,  plumber,  res  808  Third 

Britton  John  A.,  collector  City  Gaslight  Co.,  res  S.  F. 

Broad  C.  E.,  clerk  with  Charles  A.  Broad,  res  319  Eleventh 

BROAD  CHARLES  A.,  boots  and  shoes,  952  Broadway,  res 
319  Eleventh 

Broadie  James  A.,  steward,  res  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Madison  and 
Jackson 

Broadway  Block,  W  s  Broadway  bet  Eleventh  and  Twelfth 

Broadway  John  H.,  fruit  and  vegetables,  303  East  12th 

BroadAvell  Melvin  L.,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing    Mill,  res 
522  Eighth 

Brobst  J .,  shoemaker  with  D.  J.  Outram,  res  Franklin  nr  Sixth 

Brock  George  W.,  butcher,  NE  cor  Peralta  and  Fifth,  res  W 
s  Willow  nr  William 

Brock  Hugh,   gardener  with  Justus  Held,    res  1666  Tele- 
graph av 

Brock  J.  M.,  res  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Twentieth 

Brockhage  J.  F.,  searcher  records  (S.  F.)  resS  s  Eighteenth 
bet  Brush  and  West 

Brockhurst  Samuel,  res  772  Tenth 

Broadhead  John  F.,  res  W  s  Thirteenth  av  bet  East  17th 
and  East  18th 

Brockway  F.  F.  Mrs.,  res  E  s  Bushnell  nr  University  av,  B. 

Broderick  Patrick,  laborer,  res  815  Filbert 

Broderick  Richard,  tailor  with  M.  J.   Healv,  res   Golden 
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OAKLAND    [5]    DIRECTORY.  113 

Brodie  Charles,  laborer,  res  W  s  Willow  bet  William  and 
Seventh 

Brodie  Louisa,  waitress  Golden  Star  Hotel 

Brodt  A.  W.,  res  838  Market 

Brodv  Thomas,  laborer,  res  SE  cor  Lewis  and  Third 

Brogan  Michael,  stableman  Fashion  Livery  Stable,  res  370 
Seventh 

Bromlev  Charles  B.,  clerk  with  Grosso  &  May,  res  968  Fifth 

Bromley  Geo.  S.,  bookkeeper  with  F.  Bunard,  res  968  Fifth 

Bromley  J.  L.,  collector,  res  361  Fifth 

Bromley  Thomas  L.,  artist,  res  361  Fifth 

Bromlev  Washington  L.,  copyist  with  Countv  Recorder,  res 
968  Fifth 

Bromley  William  P.,  captain  stmr  Transit,  res  XE  cor  Sixth 
av  and  East  10th 

Bromwell  L.  L.,  insurance  agent,  res  517  Hobart 

Bronson  Fred.  E.,  student  University 

Bronson  Russell,  res  W  s  Adeline  bet  Fifth  and  Seventh 

Brook  Clark,  res  828  Twenty-ninth 

Brooklyn  and  Fruit  Yale  R.  B.  Co.,  E.  C.  Sessions  Presi- 
dent, E.  A.  Heron  secretary  and  treasurer,  J.  Y.  Web- 
ster superintendent,  office  422  Twelfth 

BROOKLYN  BREWERY,  Welscher  &  Westerman  pro- 
prietors, SW  cor  Eighteenth  av  and  East  14th 

Brooklvn  Engine  Co.  Xo.  1,  Fifteenth  av  bet  East  12th  and 
East  14th 

Brooklyn  Engine  Co.  Xo.  4,  S  s  East  14th  bet  Twelfth  and 
Thirteenth  avs 

Brooklyn  Lumber  Yard,  James  Larue  proprietor,  cor  Four- 
teenth av  and  East  11th 

Brooklvn  Manufacturing  Co.,  Northev  A  Wagar  proprietors, 
801-803  East  11th 

BROOKLYN  PLANING  MILL,  Power  A  O ugh  proprietors, 
cor  East  12th  and  Fourteenth  av 

BROOKLYN  SENTINEL  (THE)  Frank  J.  Moffatt  pub- 
lisher, 617  East  12th 

Brooklyn  Tannery,  G.  F.  Crist  proprietor,  NW  cor  Twenty - 
first  av  and  East  12th 

BROOKLYN  VIDETTE,  George  W.  Barter  editor  and 
publisher,  XE  cor  Thirteenth  av  and  East  14th 

Brooks  David,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Market  nr  Fifteenth 

Brooks  Frank  H.,  bookkeeper  Union  National  Gold  Bank, 
res  713  Tenth 

Brooks  George,  carpenter,  res  869  Campbell 

Brooks  James  M.,  cigars  and  tobacco,  851  Broadway,  res 
Washington  bet  Tenth  and  Eleventh 


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Brooks  John,  with  George  N.  Moore,  res  NE  cor  Twelfth 
and  Broadway 

Brooks  Lafayette,  res  "W  s  Twelfth  av  bet  East  16th  and 
East  17th 

Brooks  Manuel,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Brooks  M.  J.  Mrs.,  proprietress  Johnson  House,  cor  Eigh- 
teenth and  San  Pablo  av 

Brooks  Samuel  jr.,  carpenter,  res  869  Campbell 

Brooks  Thomas,  laborer,  res  W  s  Campbell  bet  Atlantic  and 
Pacific 

Brooks  W.  E.,  dentist  with  Lefevre  &  Reeves,  res  1104 
Broadway 

Brophy  P.  J.,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  N  s  B  nr  Haven 

Brotherton  Thomas  G.,  printer,  res  Berkeley 

Brough  C.  A.  Mrs.,  res  768  Twelfth 

Brough  Clara  Miss,  res  768  Twelfth 

Brougham  W.  H.,  carpenter,  res  Eland  House 

Brower  A.  B.,  baker  with  N.  "Williams,  res  365  Fifth 

Brown  Abraham  C,  capitalist,  res  cor  Telegraph  av  and 
Brown 

Brown  A.  C,  groceries,  provisions  and  general  merchan- 
dise, NW  cor  Telegraph  av  and  Brown 

Brown  A.  D.,  money  broker,  927  Broadway,  res  Fruit  Vale 

Brown  A.  H.,  painter  with  J.  Fredericks,  res  SE  cor  Eighth 
and  Clay 

Brown  Anthony,  lapidary,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Broad- 
way, W.  B. 

Brown  Arthur,  res  408  Tirteenth 

Brown  Arthur,  superintendent  B.  and  B.  construction  C.  P. 
R.  R.,  res  1031  Filbert 

Brown  Augusta  Mrs.,  physician,  462  Twelfth 

Brown  B.,  with  California  ^\'atch  Co. 

Brown  Bowman  Rev.,  res  869  Washington 

Brown  Brice,  expressman,  res  W  s  Union  nr  Twenty-eighth 

Brown  Charles  (Bowen  &  Brown)  res  NW  cor  San  Pablo  av 
and  Delaware,  W.  B 

Brown  Charles,  bookkeeper  with  Welscher  &  Westerman,  res 
SW  cor  Eighteenth  av  and  East  14th 

Brown  Charles,  deckhand  Oakland  Ferries,  res  S.  F. 

Brown  Charles  M.,  laborer,  res  698  Elm 

Brown  Chester,  stairbuilder,  res  Nicoll  House 

Brown  Christopher,  coachman,  W  s  Adeline  nr  Eighteenth 

Brown  Dudley  C,  merchant  tailor,  1018  Broadway,  res  510 
Fifth 

Brown  E.  C,  carver  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  313  Ninth 

Brown  Ed.  A.,  jeweler,  res  702  Webster 


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OAKLAND     [B]    DIRECTORY.  115 

Brown  Elam  C,  wood  carver  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  313 
Ninth 

Brown  Eletta  M.,  teacher  music,  ree  869  Washington 

Brown  Ernest  C,  carver  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  Eland 
House 

Brown  Eugene  E,  student  University 

Brown  Ezekiel,  proprietor  Blake  House,  W  s  Washington 
bet  Eleventh  and  Twelfth 

Brown  F.  J.,  painter,  res  1151  Seventh 

Brown  Francis,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Fifth  bet  Center  and 
Chester 

Brown  Francis  A.,  carpenter,  res  Thirteenth  av  nr  East  22d 

Brown  Fred.  T.,  res  NW  cor  Telegraph  av  and  Brown 

Brown  George,  res  408  Thirteenth 

Brown  George,  res  East  34th  nr  Fourteenth  av,  Lynn 

Brown  George  H.,  pressman  Pacific  Press,  res  N  s  Seventh 
bet  Washington  and  Clay 

Brown  George  T.,  res  NW  cor  Telegraph  av  and  Brown 

Brown  G.  E.  A.,  res  1015  Sixth  av 

Brown  Harry,  carriage  painter,  res  Tontine  House 

Brown  Henry  C,  carpenter,  res  Tontine  House 

Brown  Herbert,  tinsmith  with  O.  C.  Kirk 

Brown  Howard  W.,  messenger  U.  S.  A.  Headquarters  (S. 
F.)  res  SW  cor  Thirteenth  and  Willow 

BROWN  H.  PETTEYS,  atty-at-law,  NE  cor  Ninth  and 
Broadway,  res  E  s  Magnolia  nr  Seventh 

Brown  Hugo,  waiter,  res  S  s  Thirteenth  nr  Center 

Brown  J.,  laborer,  res  NE  cor  Atlantic  and  Wood 

Brown  James,  laborer,  res  St.  Louis  House 

Brown  James,  laborer,  res  Berkeley  House,  W.  B. 

Brown  James,  teamster,  res  776  Seventh 

BROWN  JAMES,  proprietor  Belmont  Livery  and  Sale  Sta- 
ble, 804-808  Broadway,  res  416  Fifth 

Brown  James  B.,  attendant  Jurgen's  Billiard  Room,  res  520 
Eighth 

Brown  James  O.,  salesman  with  Harris  Bros,  res  462  Twelfth 

Brown  J.  C,  dry  goods,  res  Eureka  Hotel 

Brown  J.  J.,  apothecary  with  H.  Bowman,  res  913  Broadway 

Brown  J.  M.,  photographic  artist,  SE  cor  Seventh  and  Mar- 
ket, res  Magnolia  bet  Fifth  and  Seventh 

Brown  John,  brakeman  C.  P.  B.  R.,  res  461  Ninth 

Brown  John,  laborer,  res  W  s  Nineteenth  av  bet  East  14th 
and  East  loth 

Brown  John  A.,  porter  S.  F.  Post  Office,  res  1465  Third 

Brown  John  F.,  printer  (S.  F.)  res  NE  cor  East  10th  and 


Eighth  av 


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Brown  John  F.,  res  cor  Thirteenth  av  and  East  32d,  Lynn 

Brown  John  K.,  captain  Oakland  Ferry,  res  Alameda 

Brown  John  Q.,  student  University,  res  Chi  Phi  House 

Brown  Joseph,  cigars  and  tobacco,  store  and  res  670  East 
11th 

Brown  Leonard  D.  (Nash,  Brown  &  Co.)  res  SE  cor  Castro 
and  Fifteenth 

Brown  Lewis  W.,  student  University,  res  Palace  Club 

Brown  Lorenzo  IX,  stockbroker  (S.  F.)  res  726  Eleventh 

Brown  Nettie  Miss,  res  Blake  House 

Brown  O.  D.,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  734  Linden 

Brown  R.  G.,  res  1389  Jackson 

Brown  Robert  H.,  clerk  with  Bart  Morgan,  res  940  Filbert 

BROWN  S.  A.,  proprietor  Dexter  Livery  Stables,  NE  cor 
Harrison  and  Twelfth,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Brown  Susan  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Union  nr  Twenty-eighth 

Brown  Thomas,  painter,  res  Union  Hotel 

Brown  Thomas,  with  Cal.  Watch  Co. 

Brown  Thomas  H.,  lather,  res  SW  cor  Fifteenth  and  Kirk- 
ham 

Brown  W.  C,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Brown  W.  E.,  mining  superintendent,  res  810  Jefferson 

Brown  William,  cabinetmaker,  res  SW  cor  Twelfth  av  and 
East  19th 

Brown  William,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Brown  William,  teamster  with  Bowen  &  Brown,  res  NW  cor 
San  Pablo  av  and  Delaware,  W.  B. 

Brown  William  C,  clerk  W.  D.  Co.,  res  867  Chester 

Brown  William  C,  patternmaker,  res  N  s  Third  bet  Chest- 
nut and  Adeline 

Brown  William  F.,  watchmaker  and  jeweler,  867  Broadway, 
res  308  Seventh 

Brown  William  H.,  paper  hanger  with  C.  L.  Taylor 

Brown  Winsor  L.,  law  student,  res  Blake  House 

Brown  — ,  laborer,  res  417  Seventh 

Browne  Henry  R.,  bookkeeper  with  Burner  &  Young,  res 
316  Tenth 

Browne  J.  Ross  Mrs.,  res  Pagoda  Hill,  Temescal 

Browne  Spencer  C.  (Warner,  Gardiner  &  Browne)  res  Pa- 
goda Hill,  Temescal 

Browne  Syria  E.,  student  University 

Browne  William,  salesman  with  J.  J.  O'Brien  &  Co.  (S.  F.) 
res  961  Fifth 

Brownell  Abner,  res  662  Tenth 

Browning  Benjamin,  agent  Victor  Sewing  Machine,  468 
Twelfth,  res  560  Sixteenth 


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Browning  E.  J.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  560  Sixteenth 
Brownson  Frederick  (Hager  &  Brownson)  res  1054  Third 
Bruce  A.,  tinsmith  with  M.  De  La  Montanya,  res  Nintli  bet 

Washington  and  Clay 
Bruce  Henry,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co.,  res  N  s  Atlantic  bet 

Pine  and  Cedar 
Bruce  Samuel  J.,  Howe  Sewing   Machines,  S  s  Laurel  nr 

Telegraph  av 
Brueck  Herman  Bev.,  pastor  German  M.  E.  Church,  res  NW 

cor  Twentieth  and  Brush 
Bruen  — ,  teacher  music,  res  Cosmopolitan  House 
Brugarie  Louis,  cabinet  maker  with  P.  Schreiber,  res  Web- 
ster nr  Fourteenth 
Bruguiere  L.  G.,  mining,  res  1264  Webster 
Bruhns  William,  tanner  with  G.  F.  Crist,  res  cor  Twenty- 
second  av  and  East  12th 
Bruning  Annie  Mrs.,  res  825  Lewis 

Bruning  Bros  (Henry  F.  and  John  H.  Bruning)  confection- 
ers, 833  Broadway 
Bruning  Henry  F.  (Bruning  Bros)  res  808  Jefferson 
Bruning  John  H.  (Bruning  Bros)  res  833  Broadway 
Brunje  John  A.  (Helmke  <fe  Brunje)  res  463  Twenty-first 
Brunjes  Frederick  (H.  Turn  Suden  &  Co.)  res  563  East  15th 
Brunker  Frederick  E.,  carpenter  Oakland  Point  Planing  Mill, 

res  E  s  Twelfth  av  bet  East  16th  and  East  17th 
Bruns  Henry,  groceries,  liquors  and  general  merchandise, 

SW  cor  San  Pablo  and  University  avs,  W.  B. 
Bruns  Joseph,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 
Brush  Charles,  photographer,  res  1003  Franklin 
Brush  Beuben  G.,  res  E  s  Campbell  nr  Eighth 
Bry  Frederick,  clerk  with  E.  F.  Kohler,  res  1557  Fifth 
Bryan  Archie  C,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  Wood  and  William 
Bryan  John,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Center 

and  Kirkham 
Bryan  Thomas,  laborer,  res  517  Seventh 
Bryant  Daniel  S.,  merchant  (S.  F.)  res  N  W  cor  Telegraph 

av  and  Sycamore 
Bryant  E.  J.,  machinist  Cal.  Watch  Co. 
Bryant   Eleanor  F.  Miss,  student  University,  res  NW  cor 

Chapel  and  Bancroft  way,  B. 
Bryant  Emma,  with  Cal.  Watch  Co. 
Bryant  Emma   G.   Miss,  student  University,  res   NW   cor 

Chapel  and  Bancroft  way,  B. 
Bryant  Frederick,  deputy  sheriff,  res  715  Tenth 
Bryant  George,  teamster,  res  East  12th  nr  Twenty-first  av 
Bryant  Katie,  domestic,  NE  cor  Eighteenth  and  Linden 


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118  OAKLAND     [g]    DIRECTORY. 

Br}rant  R.  M.,  carpenter  and  boarding  house,  NW  cor  Chapel 
and  Bancroft  way,  B. 

Bryant  William  M.,  wood  dealer,  res  710  Brush 

Brydges  H.  W.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Bryson  C,  widow,  res  832  Jefferson 

Bryson  Hugh,  laborer,  res  832  Jefferson 

Bryson  James,  boilermaker,  res  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood 

Bryson  William,  conductor  N.  R.  R.  B.  B.,  res  N  s  Berkeley 
way  nr  Shattuck,  B. 

Buchanan  Alexander,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Railroad  Ex- 
change Hotel 

Buchanan  H.,  painter,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 

Buchanan  James,  gardener,  res  SW  cor  Caledonia  and  Tele- 
graph av 

Buchanan  P.  G.  Rev.,  res  W  s  Chapel  nr  University  av,  B. 

BUCK  &  McCOURT  (C.  P.  H.  Buck  and  P.  B.  McCourt) 
importers  wines  and  liquors,  1152  Broadway 

Buck  A.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  834  Chi}1- 

Buck  Andrew  D.,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Railroad  Ex- 
change Hotel 

Buck  C.  P.  H.  (Buck  &  McCourt)  res  S  s  Logan  nr  Grove 

Buck  Elmer,  apprentice  with  A.  Gemmell 

Buck  Ephraim  W.,  physician  and  surgeon,  res  1011  Webster 

Buck  Joshua  S.,  engineer,  res  E  s  Tenth  av  bet  East  14th 
and  East  15th 

Buckelew  J.  B.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Brown  nr  West 

Buckhout  A.  H.,  bricklayer  and  contractor,  res  NW  cor 
Forty-seventh  and  Telegraph  av 

Buckhout  Emily  L.  Miss,  student  University,  res  NW  cor 
Forty-seventh  and  Telegraph  av 

Buckland  Wallace  O.,  physician  and  surgeon,  office  and  res 
Newland  House 

Buckley  D.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Buckley  Frank  jr.,  cigars  and  tobacco,  SW  cor  Seventh  and 
Broadway,  res  Bartlett  House 

Buckley  Henry  W.,  student  University 

Buckley  H.  F.,  farmer,  res  1168  Eighth  av 

Buckley  Joseph,  painter,  res  Union  Hotel 

Buckley  Mary  J.,  cook  N  s  Merrimac  pi  nr  Telegraph  av 

Buckley  Timothy  J.,  milker  with  Sterry  Walker,  res  Pleas- 
ant Valley  av  nr  Vallecito  av 

Buckman  Homer  O.,  clerk,  res  912  Center 

Buckman  Nellie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  912  Center 

Buckner  Mary,  res  625  Tenth 

Buddemer  Louis  H.,  gasfitter,  res  E  s  West  bet  Twenty-first 
and  Twenty-second 


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OAKLAND    [B]    DIRECTORY.  119 

Buddington  Walter,  pilot,  res  NW  cor  Fifth  and  Filbert 
Bueliren  William  Rev.,  pastor  German  Evangelical  Lutheran 

Church,  res  W  s  Eighth  av  bet  East  17th  and  East  18th 
Buel  Harriett,  res  363  East  12th 
Buel  Rosa  Mrs.,  res  363  East  Twelfth 
Buffett  Charles  C.  (Durham  &  Buffett)  res  577  Eighth 
Bugbee  Charles  L.  (S.  C.  Bugbee  &  Son,  S.  F.)res  N  s  Fif- 
teenth bet  San  Pablo  av  and  Clay 
Bugbee  George  E.  sampler  U.  S.  appraisers  store  (S.  F.)res 

950  Wood 
Bugbee  S.  E.,  artist,  res  SE  cor  Tenth  and  Jackson 
Bugbee  S.  AV.  res  N  s  Lake  nr  Madison 
Bugg  Henry,  carpenter,  res  171  Eighth 

BUHSEN  DIEDRICH,  groceries,   wines,  liquors  and  crock- 
ery, 1801  Seventh,  res  1802  William 
Buhsen  N.  D.,  clerk  with  D.  Buhsen,  res  SW  cor  Seventh 

and  Pine 
Bulkley  K.  A.  Mrs.,  private  school,  1254  Alice 
Bull  Mary  D.,  teacher,  res  958  Webster 
BULLOCK  JOHN  C,  tinsmith,  1764  Seventh,  res  1815  Goss 
Bullock  William,  expressman  with  I.  C.  Wingate,   res  701 

Washington 
Bullock  William,  tinsmith  with  J.  C.  Bullock,  res  1815  Goss 
Bumbaugh  Albert,  painter,  res  733  Linden 
Bumbaugh  Charles  M.,  painter,  res  733  Linden 
Bumbaugh  Edwin,  painter,  res  733  Linden 
Bunce  H.  A.,   carpenter  and  builder,   NE   cor  Bristol  and 

Second,  W.  B. 
Bunch  M.  E.  Mrs.,  res  1116  Broadway 
Bunday  William,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Bundock  &  Bro.  (Henry  and  Samuel  Bundock)  proprietors 

East  Oakland  Stoneware  Pottery,  cor  Eighteenth  av  and 

East  12th 
Bundock  Henry  (Bundock  &Bro.)  res  cor  Thirteenth  avand 

East  33d,  Lynn 
Bundock  Samuel  (Bundock  &  Bro.)  res  cor  Eighteenth  av 

and  East  12th 
Buneman  Charles  Mrs.,  res  563  Fifth 

Bunker  I.,  wines  and  liquors,  S  s  Seventh  bet  Pine  and  Cedar 
Bunker  William  M.  (Bunker  &  Co.,  S.  F.)   res  Harrison  nr 

Fourteenth 
Bunnan  Thomas,  laborer,  res  Overland  House 
Bunnell  E.  F.,  dentist,  res  NWcor  Caledonia  and  Telegraph 

avs 
Bunnell  George  W.,  A.  M.,  professor  Greek  and  Literature, 

University,  res  NW  cor  Caledonia  and  Telegraph  avs 


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120  OAKLAND    [B]    DIRECTORY. 

l^unton  Janies,  laborer  W.  D.   Co.,  res  SE  cor  William  and 

Cedar 
Burbank  A.  E.,  poultry  (S.  F.)  res  S  s  Seward  nr  Pine 
Burbeck  George,  bookkeeper  with  King  &  Williams,  res  510 

Fifth 
Burchard  Mary  M.,  widow,  res  1015  Webster 
Burcher  Robert  (Swenson,  Burcher  &  Denton)  res  cor  Fifth 

and  Delaware,  W.  B. 
Burdell  George,  foreman,  res  SW  cor  Seventh  and  Pine 
Burdick  Ann  M.,  widow,  res  767  Eighteenth 
Burdick  J.  D.,  speculator,  res  213  Seventh 
Burdick  J.  O.,  printer  with  Butler  &  Bowman,  res  213  Seventh 
Burdick  John  F.,  physician,   1004  Broadway,  res  767  Eigh- 
teenth 
Burge  J.  F.,  capitalist,  res  St.  Jame's  House 
Burgelin  Louis  (Vogelsanger  &  Burgelin)  res  S  s  Fourteenth 

nr  Kirkham 
Burgess  B.  F.,  marker  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Burghardt   Jacob  C,  bartender  with   Held  &   Neller,    res 

Russell  House 
Burgiss  Robert  M.,  furniture,  717  Broadway,  res  514  Fourth 
Burk  Hannah,  domestic,  S  s  Frederick  nr  Telegraph  av 
Burk  Patrick  F.,  laborer,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Walnut 
Burk  Thomas,  laborer,  res  1832  Grove 
Burk  Tracy,  domestic  E  s  Market  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth 
Burke  Agnes  E.  Miss,  res  555  Eighth 
Burke  Belle,  chambermaid  Knox  House 
Burke  Edward,  horsetrainer  with  Newland  &  Pumyea,  res 

462  Seventh 
Burke  Francis  X.,  gardener,  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  D wight 

way,  W.  B. 
Burke  Frank,  milker  Blair's  Dairy 
Burke  Henry,  lather,  res  cor  Franklin  and  Seventh 
Burke  John,  lather,  res  Winthrop  House 
Burke  John,  res  58  East  12th 
Burke  John,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Burke  John  K.  Mrs.,  res  555  Eighth 

Burke  John  K.  jr,,  student  St.  Mary's  College,  res  555  Eighth 
Burke  Walter,  clerk  with  McGovern  &  Cahill,  res  Willow  nr 

Seventh 
Burke  W.  C,  student  University,  res  Berkeley  Hotel 
Burke  William  jr.,  painter,  res  Railroad  Avenue  Hotel 
Burke  William,  res  58  East  12th 

Burke  William,  laborer,  res  W  s  Magnolia  nr  Seventh 
Burkhardt  Frank,  butcher  with  H.  A.  Zeiss,  res  1555  Seventh 
Burkhardt  George  H.,  clerk  with  Meader  &  Co.,  res  570  Sixth 


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OAKLAND    []}]    DIRECTORY.  121 

Burkliart  Fred.,  switchman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  S  s  Chase  nr  Pine 
Burlach  0.,  window  washer  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Burleson  C.  M.  (Milbury  &  Burleson)  res  955  Jackson 
Burlingame  Lyman  S.,  sash  and  doormaker  Brooklyn  Plan- 
ing Mill,  res  cor  Thirteenth  av  and  East  16th 
Burmaster  John,  collector  with  Samm's  Mill 
Burmister  J.  H.,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Burner  &  Young   (J.  D.   Burner  and  Lewis  Young)   brick 

contractors  and  dealers  in  brick,  foot  of  Franklin 
Burner  John  D.  (Burner  &  Young)  res  Ws  Filbert  nr  Twen- 
ty-sixth 
Burnham  Charles  E.,  with   Oakland  Bank  of  Savings,    res 

Mansion  House 
Burnham  Lucy  Mrs.,  seamstress,  res  210  Fifth 
Burnham  O.  H.   (Burnham,   Standeford  &   Co.)   and  super- 
visor, res  1017  Madison 
BURNHAM,  STANDEFORD  &  CO.  (O.   H.  Burnham,  D. 
W.  Standeford  and  W.  N.  Miller)   proprietors  Oakland 
Planing  Mill,  cor  First,  Second  and  Washington 
Burns  A.  M.,  harbor  commissioner  (S.  F.)  res  cor  University 

av  and  Pryals  lane,  Temescal 
Burns  B.,  waiter  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Burns  Charles,  carpenter,  res  810  Alice 

Burns  Charles  F.,  conductor  Northern  R.  R.  res  856  Henry 
Burns  Charles  J.,  agent  The  Morgan  Money  Drawer,  res  NE 

cor  Seventh  and  Harrison 
Burns  F.  G.,  vaquero,  res  Roffs  Hotel 
Burns  George  W.,  stockbroker  (S.  F.)  res  476  Twelfth 
Burns  H.  R.,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  220  Fifth 
Burns  James,  car  cleaner  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Burns  James,  laborer,  res  S  s  East  20th  bet  Thirteenth  and 

Fourteenth  avs 
Burns  John,  hostler  Piedmont  Springs 
Burns  John,  laborer,  res  E  s  Kirkham  nr  Seventh 
Burns  Thomas,  coachman  with  Walter  Turnbull 
Burns  Thomas  R.  (T.  R.  Bums  &  Co.)  res  75  Valley 
BURNS  T.  R.  &  CO.  (Thomas  R.  Burns  and  J.  A.  Sheehan) 
news  and  stationery  stand,  SW  cor  Seventh  and  Broad- 
way 
BURNS,  WHITMAN  &  GARDINER   (William  S.  Burns, 
William  W.  Whitman  and  James  T.  Gardiner)  groceries 
and  crockery,  1001  Broadway 
Burns  William  S.  (Burns,   Whitman  &  Gardiner)  res  1258 

Webster 
Burpee  Joseph  S.,  contractor  and  builder,  res  SW  cor  Six- 
teenth and  Linden 


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Burpee  L.  J.   Mrs.,    dressmaker,  res  S  s  Sycamore  nr  San 

Pablo  av 
Burr  Alfred,  engraver  with  William  P.  Harrison  (S.  F.)  res 

939  Campbell 
Burr  George  W.,  grainer,  res  Prospect  pi  nr  Telegraph  av 
Burrage  Charles  D.,  student  University 
BURRALL  WILL  H.,  notary  public,  commissioner  of  deeds, 

searcher  of  records,  real  estate  and  general  agent,  NW 

cor  Broadway  and  Fifth,  res  N  s  Sixteenth  bet  Jefferson 

and  Grove 
BURRELL  ALFRED  W.  Jr.,  president  California  Bridge 

and  Building  Co.,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Plymouth  av 
Burrell  A.  W.,  special  policeman,  res  318  Third 
Burrell  Henry  H.,  expressman,  cor  Eleventh  and  Broadway, 

res  NW  cor  Twenty-eighth  and  Myrtle 
Burrige  John,  painter,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel 
Burris  John  F.,  teacher  California  Military  Academy 
Burroughs  S.  E.,  apothecary  with  J.  W.  Tucker,  res  Wilcox 

Block 
Burrows  Charles,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 
Burse  John,  cook  Piedmont  Springs  Hotel 
Burtchell  George  T.,  plumber  with  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res 

Stewart's  Hotel 
Burton  Henry,  milker  with  Sterry  Walker,  res  Pleasant  Val- 
ley av  nr  Vallecito  av 
Burtsell  John  M.,  broker  (S.  F.)  res  912  Filbert 
Burwell  Walter  J.,  freight  clerk,  res  N  s  Eleventh  nr  Center 
Busbridge  George  H.,  butcher  with  H.  M.  Ames,  res  Dalton 

av  nr  stockyards 
Buscace  G.,  tinker,  res  921  Third 

Bush  Alexander,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Railroad  Exchange 
Bush  David,  special  policeman,  res  SW  cor  Goss  and  Wood 
Bush  Eliza  E.  Mrs.,  res  823  Wallace 
Bush  H.  F.,  clerk,  res  262  Eighth 

Bush  Jonathan  P.,  physician  and  surgeon,  res  1066  Wood 
Bushell  Edward  A.,  signpainter,  res  462  Twelfth 
Bushell  Edward  A.  Mrs.,  proprietress  Somerset  House,  462 

Twelfth 
BUSHELL'S  BUILDING,  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Broadway  and 

Washington 
Bushnell   William   E.,    captain   Oakland    Ferries,    res  317 

Mason,  S.  F. 
Busse  C.  C,  barber  with  Classen  &  Trost 
Buswell  Elbridge  G.,  bookkeeper  with  Whittier,   Fuller  & 

Co.,  res  264  Eleventh 


Pll  RFRT  ft  HIINTFR   AGENTS  F0R  SAN  francisco  and  alameda  property. 


Office,  224  Montgomery  St..  S.  F..  or  Park  st.,  Alameda. 


Jrink  Napa  Soda  and  enjoy  life  and  health.     Agency,  469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND     [B]    DIRECTORY.  123 

BUTCHERS'    RETREAT,    John    H.  Juergens   proprietor, 

SW  cor  San  Pablo  and  Union  avs 
Bute  Peter,  oysterman  with  N.  Williams,  res  Barker  House 
Butler  &  Bowman  (John  S.  Butler  and  Isaac  H.  Bowman) 

job  and  book  printers,  568  Ninth 
Butler  C.  C.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  opp  Jefferson 
Butler  Charles,  carpenter,  res  Louisiana  House 
Butler  F.  W.,  sawyer  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res  806  Jefferson 
Butler  James  H.,  sawyer  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res  S  s  Evoy 

av  nr  Telegraph  av 
Butler  John  S.  (Butler  &  Bowman)  res  615  Fifteenth 
Butler  M.,  wiper  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad 

House 
Butler  M.  D.,  mining,  *res  Wr  s  Eleventh  av  bet  East  11th 

and  East  12th 
Butler  Patrick,  laborer,  res  S  s  Seventh  bet  Broadway  and 

Franklin 
Butler  Phineas  Wr.,  res  631  Fourteenth 
Butler  P.  Mrs.,  res  719  Linden 
Butler  T.  It.,  res  S  s  Third  nr  Jackson 
BUTT  PETER  C,  groceries  and  liquors,  NE  cor  Peralta 

and  Thirty -fourth 
Butterfield  A.  J.,  Goodenough horseshoeing  shop,  405  Tenth 

(and    Tinkham   &  Butterfield)  res  Sixteenth  bet  Clay 

and  Grove 
Butterfield  Edgar,  clerk,  res  260  Eighth 
Butters  Charles,  student  and  telegraph  operator,  University 
Butters  Sarah  Miss,  res  1382  Webster 
Buttimer  John,  hostler  New  York  Livery  Stable,  res  SW  cor 

Eighth  and  WTebster 
Button  Frederick  L.,  instructor  mathematics  University,  res 

670  Second 
Button   Orlando,  foreman   Pioneer  Planing   Mills,  res  670 

Second 
Buzval  Armand,   champagne   manufacturer   (S  F)    res   571 

Fifth 
Buzzell  Joseph,  res  Central  Pacific  Hotel 
Byrne  Charles  B.,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  Sixth  and  Alice 
Byrne  James  W.,  student  University,  res  ZetaPsi  Hall 
Byrne  Mary  (widow)  res  723  Myrtle 

Byrne  Peter,  atty-at-law,  456  Eighth,  /ms  4-5,  res  963  Sev- 
enth 
Byrnes   John   B.,  engineer   C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  E  s  Lewis  bet 

Third  and  Fifth 
Byron  Kate,  domestic,  664  Twelfth 
Byxbee  Robert  G.,  lumber  (S  F)  res  Fruit  Vale  av 


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A.  D.  WHITNEY,  Proprietor. 


WOODWARD  &  TAGGART   460  and  462  EIGHTH  STREET. 


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Cabana  Israel,  laborer  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Tele- 
graph road  and  Clifton,  Temescal 

Cable  Joseph,  lumber,  res  SE  cor  Market  and  Tenth 

Cable  Samuel,  res  1559  Broadway 

Cade  W.  H.,  stock  owner,  res  Oakland  Trotting  Park 

CADOGAN  &  CO.  (J.  J.  Cadogan  and  Gilbert  Clements) 
groceries,  wines,  liquors,  etc.,  SW  cor  Twelfth  and 
Broadway 

Cadogan  J.  J.  (Cadogan  &  Co.)  res  Eighteenth  nr  Grove 

Cadogan  Patrick  A.,  clerk  with  Cadogan  &  Co.,  res  Eight- 
eenth nr  Grove 

Cadogan  William,  res  S  s  East  16th  bet  Fifth  and  Sixth  avs 

Cady  Edward,  bricklayer,  res  4(51  Sixth 

Cady  Lorenzo  E.,  fireman,  res  557  Sixth 

Cady  William  J.,  butcher  with  F.  F.  Patronak 

Caffery  John,  plumber  with  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res  Tenth  bet 
Broadway  and  Franklin 

Cahill  James,  (McGovern  &  Cahill)  res  Sycamore  nr  San 
Pablo  av 

Cahill  John,  plumber  with  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res  1862  West 

Cahill  John  J.,  house  and  sign  painter,  res  Twentieth  bet 
Curtis  and  Market 

Cahill  P.,  waiter  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Cahill  Patrick,  laborer,  res  417  Seventh 

Cahill  Peter,  gardener,  Webster  nr  Moss  av 

Cahill  Pose,  domestic  Deaf  and  Dumb  and  Blind  Asylum 

Calm  Philip  P.,  wines  and  liquors,  saloon  and  res  462  Sixth 

Cain  Dennis,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  K.,  res  612  Fifth 

Caine  James  E.,  carpenter,  res  1359  Brush 

Caire  Justinian,  hardware  (S  F)  res  NE  cor  Harrison  and 
Eighth 

Cairns  Ellen  Mrs.,  domestic,  1155  Brush 

Caldwell  Albert,  mining  superintendent,  res  367  East  12th 

Caldwell  Caspar  M.,  lather,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Baxter 
Station 

Caldwell  John  C,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 

Caley  Patrick,  laborer,  res  826  Twenty-first 

CALHOUN  ROBERT,  proprietor  Overland  Oyster  House, 
NW  cor  First  and  Webster 

California  Artificial  Stone  Paving  Company  (Schillinger's 
patent)  Crowson  Smith  pres,  W.  T.  Smith  sec,  962 
Broadway  and  400  Montgomery,  S  F 


"*ll   RFRT    ft     H1INTFR      REAL  ESTATE  AND  INSURANCE  AGENTS, 


Office,  224  Montgomery  St.,  S.  F.,  or  Park  st.,,  Alameda. 


Try  Gordon's  ice  Cream.    It  is  the  Best  and  Cheapest.    469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND     [Q]    DIRECTORY.  125 

CALIFORNIA  BRIDGE  AND  BUILDING  CO.,  Alfred  W. 
Burrell  Jr.,  president,  office  SW  cor  Second  and  Grove 
California  Cracker  Co.,  J.  P.  Anderson  agent,  409  Fourth 
CALIFORNIA  FIRE  AND  WATER-PROOF  PAINT  CO. 

(Kice  &  Davis  patent)  William  H.  Lowden  president, 
T.  K.  Posey  vice-president  and  manager,  O.  S.  Holland 
secretary,  H.  A.  Craig  treasurer,  depot  and  manufac- 
tory W  s  Broadway  nr  First,  office  Union  Bank  Bldg 

California  Market,  Adam  Koob  proprietor,  1213  Broadway 

CALIFORNIA  MILITARY  ACADEMY,  David  McClure 
principal,  NE  cor  Prospect  pi  and  Telegraph  avs 

CALIFORNIA  MORTGAGE  SECURITY  CO.,  Horace  D. 
Ranlett  T  president,  William  H.  Jordan  cashier,  921 
Broadway,  rm  12 

CALIFORNIA  POTTERY  AND  TERRE  COTTA 
WORKS,  Miller  &  Winsor  proprietors,  cor  East  12th 
and  Park,  office  1200  Broadway 

California  State  Deaf  and  Dumb  and  Blind  Asylum,  Berke- 
ley 

California  Watch  Co.,  A.  Troeller  superintendent,  factory 
cor  Sixth  and  Broadway,  W.  B.,  office  120  Sutter,  S.  F. 

Calkin  Everell  F.,  clerk  with  W.  B.  Hardy,  res  S  s  Durant 
bet  Franklin  and  Webster 

Call  B.  Frank,  harnessmaker  with  F.  A.  Marsten,  res  El  Do- 
rado House 

Call  Jonas,  capitalist,  res  955  Fifth  av 

Call  Mary  A.  Miss,  school  teacher,  res  1359  Brush 

Call  Mattie  C.  Miss,  teacher  Irving  Grammar  School,  res 
1359  Brush 

CALLAGHAN  &  AHERN  (J.  Callaghan  and  Thomas 
Ahern)  real  estate  agents  and  collectors,  1007  Broadway 

Callaghan  Con.,  saloon  377  Eleventh,  res  El  Dorado  House 

Callaghan  J.  (Callaghan  &  Ahern)  res  321  Sixth 

Callaghan  Jeremiah,  plasterer,  res  321  Sixth 

Callaghan  John,  farmer  with  Horatio  G.  Livermore 

Callaghan  John,  laborer  with  Corlies  &  Merritt,  res  Lydia 
bet  Curtis  and  Market 

Callaghan  Maria  Mrs.,  res  704  Franklin 

Callaghan  John,  laborer,  res  867  Lydia 

Callahan  Martin,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Brush 

Callahan  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  E  s  West  nr  Twenty-second 

Caleff  H.,  metallurgist,  461  Ninth 

Callenan  Daniel,  modeler  with  D.  Brannan,  res  cor  Seven- 
teenth av  and  East  12th 

Callish  Frank  E.,  agent  and  telegraph  operator  C.  P.  B.  R., 
Brooklyn  station,  res  Union  Hotel 


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Callow  Perie,  laimdryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Calnan  Jane,  saloon,  S  s  Thirteenth  nr  Kirkham 

Calvert  Celsus  C,  engineer,  res  E  s  Tenth  bet  East  15th 
and  East  16th 

Camblas  — ,  res  Johnson  House 

Camden  Charles,  res  814  Tenth 

CAMERON  &  MeDONALD  (Peter  A.  Cameron  and  Jos- 
eph B.  McDonald)  contractors  and  builders,  818  Myrtle 

Cameron  Archibald  B.,  carpenter,  N  s  University  av  nr 
Shattuck,  B. 

Cameron  Duncan,  real  estate,  res  661  East  12th 

Cameron  John,  carpenter  with  Cameron  &  McDonald,  res 
N  s  Eighteenth  bet  Brush  and  Castro 

Cameron  John  H.  (Sackman  &  Cameron)  res  Stewart's  Hotel 

Cameron  Joseph,  laborer,  res  N  W  cor  Fourteenth  and 
First  av 

Cameron  Peter  A.  (Cameron  &  McDonald)  res  N  s  Eight- 
eenth bet  Brush  and  Castro 

Cameron  It.  A.,  physician,  NE  cor  Eighth  and  Willow 

Camilloni  &  Co.  (G.  Camilloni  and  A  Selna)  fish,  11  City 
Market 

Camilloni  G.  (Camilloni  &  Co.)  res  235  Vallejo  (S  F) 

Camp  H.  C,  dial  painter  with  California  Watch  Co. 

Camp  Louis  (M.  Camp  &  Brother)  res  N  s  Third  nr  Broad- 
way 

Camp  M.  &  Brother  (Max  and  Louis  Camp)  agents  Boston 
Cracker  Co.,  N  s  Third  nr  Broadway 

Camp  Max  (M.  Camp  &  Brother)  res  N  s  Third  nr  Broad- 
way 

Camp  William  C,  dial  painter  California  Watch  Co.,  res  E 
s  Fifth  nr  Delaware,  W.  B. 

Campbell  &  Spiars  (A.  Campbell  and  Frank  Spiars)  oyster 
and  chop  house,  19-23  City  Market 

Campbell  A.  (Campbell  &  Spiars)  res  NE  cor  Eleventh  and 
Broadway 

Campbell  A.  B.  foreman  City  Hall  Livery  Stable,  res  N  s 
Fourteenth  near  Clay 

Campbell  Alexander,  atty-at-law,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr 
Seventeenth 

Campbell  Alexander  jr.,  atty-at-law,  res  1311  Webster 

Campbell  Alexander,  res  566  Caledonia  av 

Campbell  Alexander  J.,  student  University,  res  University 
av,  nr  University  Grounds,  B. 

Campbell  Andrew,  res  NW  cor  Fifth  and  Myrtle' 

Campbell  Andrew,  foreman  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor 
Telegraph  Road  and  Clifton,  Temescal 


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REAL  ESTATE  AND  INSURANCE  AGENTS. 

Orfice.  224  Montgomery  St.,  S.  F.,  or  Park  St.,  Alameda. 


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Campbell  Andrew  M.,  messenger  U.  S.  Mint  (S.  F.)  res  NW    I  £ 
Fifth  and  Myrtle  -* 

Campbell  A.  O.,  res  Eastern  Hotel  p^ 

Campbell  Bernard,  clerk  with  Wiggin  &  Eells,  res  Goss  bet     £. 
Wood  and  Pine  £ 

Campbell  Colin,  atty-at-law,  528  California  (S.  F.)  res  W  s   M 
Telegraph  av  nr  Seventeenth  ?? 

Campbell    Daniel,     carpenter   Pioneer    Planing    Mill,     res 
Washington  Hotel 

Campbell  Edward,  laborer,  res  471  Bay  pi 

Campbell  Ed.  H.,  wines  and  liquors,  461  Seventh,  res  W  s 

Clay  bet  Sixth  and  Seventh  Q 

Campbell  Edward  M.,  clerk  postoffice,  res  358  Seventh  ^ 

CAMPBELL    F.    M.,  city    superintendent   public    schools,      Q 
room  2,  City  Hall,  res  NW  cor  Fifth  and  Myrtle  x 

Campbell  F.    M.   Mrs.,    teacher  Lafayette    School,    res  cor     © 
Fifth  and  Myrtle  |  G 

Campbell  Frank,  res  SE  cor  Fifteenth  and  West 

Campbell  H.  C,  atty-at-law,  res  1311  Harrison 

Campbell  James,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Campbell  James  D.,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  Fifth  and  Linden 

Campbell  James  T.,  foreman  with  Bently  Bros.,  res  NE  cor 
Shattuck  and  University  av,  B. 

Campbell  J.  H.,    carpenter,  res  N  s  Third  between   Grove 
and  Jefferson 

Campbell  John,    foreman   mason  C.  P.    P.  P.,  res  Goss  nr 
Pine 

Campbell  John,    laborer   Oakland   Gaslight  Co.,  Bay  pi  nr 
Broadway 

Campbell  John  teamster   with  J.    Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Tele- 
graph road  and  Clifton,  Temescal 

Campbell  Joseph  Thorn,   coiner  U.  S.  Mint  (S.  F.)  res  775 
Fourteenth 

Campbell  K.  A.  Mrs.,  teacher  Lafayette  School 

Campbell  L.,  with  Oakland  Planing  Mill 

Campbell  L.,  domestic  with  L-  G.  Cole 

Campbell  Martin  B.,  clerk,  res  S  s  Goss  nr  Pine 

Campbell  Mary,  chambermaid  Blake  House 

Campbell  Mattie  Miss,  res  S  s  Goss  nr  Pine 

Campbell  Michael,  brakeman  C.   P.  E.  P.,  res  Grand  Wes- 
tern Hotel 

Campbell  Moses,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Goss  nr  Pine 

Campbell  Norman,  carpenter,  res  732  Linden 

Campbell  Rodger,  laborer,  res  S  s  Thirtieth  nr  San  Pablo  av 

Campbell  Thomas,  laborer,  Custom  House  (S.  F.)  res  Goss 
nr  Pine 


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Campbell  Thomas  C,  plasterer,  res  421  Tenth 

Campbell  W.  S.,  capitalist,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Camper  Andrew,  paper  carrier,  res  260  Fourth 

Campton  George,  carpenter,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 

Camron  "William  W.,  capitalist,  res  1218  Oak 

Canavan  Martin,   oiler,   N.   B.   &  M.   E.  R.  (S.  F.)  res  E  s 

Fifth  nr  Folsom,  W.  B. 
Canavan  Peter,  painter,   res  N  s  Third    bet  Campbell  and 

"Willow 
Canfield  Alice  Miss,   clerk  Signs  of  the  Times,    res  1067 

Castro 
Canfield  Ida  Miss,  compositor  Signs  of  the  Times,  res  1067 

Castro 
Canning  James,  capitalist,  res  463  Thirteenth 
Canning  John,  plasterer,  res  W  s  Humboldt  av,    1  mile  S 

University,  B. 
Canning's  Block,  SW  cor  Thirteenth  and  Broadway 
Cannon  Adam,  res  East  14th  nr  Twenty-fourth  av 
Cannon  Edward,   traveling  salesman,   res   Grand   Western 

Hotel 
Cannon  Edward  E.,  merchant,  res  867  Chester 
Cannon  Edward  M.,  agent  Howe  Sewing  Machine,  res  1306 

Seventh 
Cannon  Thomas,  plumber  with  J.  A.  C.  Macdonald,  res  766 

Fifth 
Cannon  "William,  laborer,  "W.  D.  Co. 
Cantin  J.  P.,  stockbroker  (S.  F.)  res  919  Adeline 
Canty  Wm.  J.,  laborer,  res  800  Jefferson 
Canty  W.  S.,  watchman  W.  D.  Co. 
Cantz  W.,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 
Capell  James  R.,  bookkeeper  with  D.  M.  Baldwin  &  Co.,  res 

1171  Eighth  av 
Capell  William  R.,   joiner  Brooklyn  Planing  Mill,  res  1171 

Eighth  av 
Capital  Hotel,  Mrs.   Julia  A.   Flagg,    proprietor,    SW   cor 

Eleventh  and  Fanklin 
Capital  Livery  and  Sales   Stables,   Carpenter  &  Shedden, 

proprietors,  E  s  Broadway  nr  First 
Capital    Palace    Saloon,     L.    Chartrand,    proprietor,    552 

Broadway 
CAPITAL    SALOON,  Herman   Drucker,    proprietor,  1055 

Thirteenth  av 
CAPTAIN  OF  POLICE,  D.  H.  Rand,  office  City  Hall 
Caranena  Jose  A.,   clerk  with   J.  L.  Fernandez  &  Co.,  res 

NW  cor  Adeline  and  San  Pablo  av 
Carbury  Thomas,  nightwatchman  Oakland  Wharf 


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J.  8.  G.  GORDON,  wholesale  and  retail  dealer  in  ICE,  469  Ninth  st. 


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Card  C.  M.,  expressman,  res  St.  James'  House 

Card  I.  D.,  dentist,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Forty-third 

Card  Win,  M.,  farmer,  res  N  s  Bay  pi  nr  Broadway 

Carden  "William  C,  carpenter,  res  1161  Third 

Care  Martin  T.,  tailor,  424  Ninth,  res  559  Seventh 

Carey  John,  gardner,  res  E  s  Thirteenth  av  bet  East  17th 

and  East  18th 
Carit  Adolphe,  physician,  1156  Broadway 
Carithers  Eli,  principal  Temescal  School,  res  S  s  Minna  nr 

Telegraph  av 
Carlen  John  W.,  with  Mercantile  Agency  (S.  F.)  res  NE  cor 

Eighteenth  and  West 
Carleton  Alonzo  B.,  teamster  with  E.  Surryhine  &  Co.,  res 

1754  Seward 
Carleton  C.  A.,  hack  driver,  res  714  Webster 
Carleton  Charles,  stockbroker  (S.  F.)  res  476  Twelfth 
CARLETON  GEORGE  H.,  health  inspector  and  fire  warden, 

City  Hall,  res  SW  cor  Twelfth  and  Washington 
Carleton  Henry  E.,  farmer,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  avnr  D wight 

way,  W.  B. 
Carleton  John  A.,  sawyer,  res  1754  Seward 
Carley  G.  H.  Mrs.,  res  1003  Webster 
Carlin  Patrick,  laborer  C.  P.   R.  R.,  res  W  s   Chester  bet 

Fifth  and  Seventh 
Carlin  Thomas,  machinist  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  S  s  Gossnr  Wood 
Carlisle  Daniel,  contractor  and  builder,  res  365  Ninth 
Carlisle  M.  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  365  Ninth 
Carlow  James,  laborer,  res  Winthrop  House 
Carlson  Conrad,  laborer,  res  N  s  S}rcamore  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Carlson  Thos.,  mason,  res  E  s  Chestnut  bet  Tenth  and  Twelfth 
Carmady  Mary  Mrs.,  res  570  Sixth 
Carman  Frank  D.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  S  s  Eighth  bet 

Peralta  and  Campbell 
Carman  Frank  V.,  res  Pearson  nr  Taylor 
Carmichael  &  Oderkirk  (Charles  Carmichael  and  John  Oder- 
kirk)  contractors  and  builders,  361  Eighth 
Carmichael   Charles    (Carmichael  &   Oderkirk)    res   Grand 

Central  Hotel 
Cam  all  James  S.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  University  av  nr  Uni- 
versity Grounds,  B. 
Carnall  Nathan  C,  real  estate,  office  and  res  N  s  University 

av  nr  University  Grounds,  B. 
Carnall  Sallie  Miss,  student  University,  res  N  s  University 

av  nr  University  Grounds,  B. 
Carney  &  Nolan  (Jeremiah  Carney  and  James  Nolan)  saloon, 

417  Seventh 


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Carney  Jeremiah  (Carney  &  Nolan)  res  417  Seventh 

Carney  Thomas,  laborer,  res  417  Seventh 

Caro  Arniand,  clerk  with  S.  Caro,  res  515  Tenth 

Caro  Charles,  salesman  with  A.   Lippmann,   res  512  Eighth 

Caro  Samuel,  clothing  and  gents'  furnishing  goods,  NW  cor 

Broadway  and  Eighth,  res  515  Tenth 
Caron  Joseph,  teamster  with  Bemillard  Bros.,  res  cor  Second 

and  Clay 
Carothers  J.  T.,  collector  Oakland  Ferry  (Oakland   wharf) 

res  W  s  Chester  nr  Fifth 
CARPENTER  &  SHEDDEN  (Wm.  H.  Carpenter  and  Wm. 

Shedden)  proprietors  Capital  Livery  and  Sale  Stables, 

E  s  Broadway  nr  First 
Carpenter  A.  M.  S.,  editor  Democrat,  res  1156  Alice 
Carpenter  Charles,  clerk  City  Tax  Collector's  Office,  res  659 

Franklin 
Carpenter  Frank,  butcher  with  W.  Jarvis,  res  junction  Web- 
ster and  Broadway 
Carpenter  Henry  H.,  livery  stable,  res  N  s  First  nr  Franklin 
Carpenter  Nathaniel  E.,  laborer  with  F.    C.  Coggeshall,  res 

W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Temescal  Creek 
Carpenter  William  C,  steward,  res  770  Sixth 
Carpenter  William  H.  (Carpenter  &  Shedden)  res  First  bet 

Franklin  and  Webster 
Carpentier  H.  W.,  atty.at-law  (S.  F.)  res  254  Third 
Carr  George  P.,  plumber,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Linden 
Carr  Henry  W.,  machinist  (S.  F.)  res  1661  Eighth 
Carr  John,  laborer,  res  N  s  Twentieth  nr  Franklin 
Carr  Laurence,  res  219  Tenth 
Carr  L.  M.  Miss,  domestic  760  Eleventh 
Carr  L.  T.,  atty-at-law  (S.  F.)  res  Blake  House 
Carr  Michael,    boilermaker,  res  NW  cor  Sixteenth  av  and 

East  12th 
Carrick  D.  S.  (Hayes,  Carrick  &  Co.)  res  NE  cor  Twelfth  av 

and  East  15th 
Carrick  J.  W.,  capitalist,  res  753  Eighth 
Carrigan  Martin,  laborer,  res  Es  Magnolia  nr  Twenty-second 
Carrigan  William,  teamster  with  Brennan  Bros.,  res  SW  cor 

Second  and  University  av,  W.  B. 
CARRIQUE  E.    T.,  agent  State  Investment  and  Insurance 

Co.,  460  Eighth,  res  Fifth  bet  Clay  and  Jefferson 
Carroll  Augustus,  fireman  Oakland  Ferry,  res  S.  F. 
Carroll  George,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res  Second 

bet  Washington  and  Clay 
Carroll  George  W.,  machinist  C.  P.   K.  B.,  res  E  s  Wood 

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Carroll  Harry  TV\,  student  University,  res  Berkeley  House 
Carroll  Martin,  laborer,  res  SE  cor  Thirty-ninth  and  Grove 
Carroll  Michael,   laborer,    res  SW  cor  Twenty-second  and 

Curtis 
Carroll  Patrick,  laborer,  res  N  s  Fifth  nr  Linden 
Carroll  Wesley,  res  Fruit  Yale  av  nr  East  27th 
Carros  Frederick,  butcher,  res  N  s  Dalton  av  nr  Stockyards 
Carruthers  John,  coffee  and  spice  (S.  F.)  res  S  s  Eighth  nr 

Center 
Carson  Charles,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 
CARSON  JAMES   N.,  res  528  Ninth 
Carter  Albert,  res  1156  Broadway 
Carter  Benjamin  F.,  marble  cutter  with  J.   Sullivan,  res  cor 

Linden  and  Eighteenth 
Carter  Benjamin  H.,  canvasser,  res  722  Chestnut 
Carter  Charles  M.,   carpenter,   res  SW  cor  Sixteenth  and 

Linden 
Carter  C.  W.  Mrs.,  res  Knox  House 
Carter  George,  fireman  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  Overland 

House 
Carter  John,  atty-at-law  (S.  F.)  res  531  Ninth 
Carter  John,  tailor,  466  Eighth,   res  W  s  Linden  nr  Eigh- 
teenth 
Carter  Matthew  G.,  laborer,  res  E  s  Chester  bet  Third  and 

Fifth 
Carter  Michael,  helper  W.  D.  Co. 

Carter  Robert  J.,  laborer,  res  E  s  Chester  bet  Third  and  Fifth 
Carter  Samuel  P.,  res  316  Tenth 
Carter  Thomas,  tailor  with  J.  Carter,  466  Eighth 
Carter  William,  porter  with  W.  H.  Stewart,  res  865  Broad- 
way 
Carter  William  F.,  machinist,  res  N  s  Ninth  nr  Chester 
Carter  on  Edward,   gardener  with  J.  Mora   Moss,   res  620 

Fifth,  rear 
Cartright  Alfred  D.,  res  771  Fourteenth 
Gary  Clarence  A.  (Jaycox  &  Cary)  res  S  s  Twenty -first  bet 

Brush  and  West 
Cary  F.  M.,  painter,  res  SW  cor  B  and  Haven 
Cary  L.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  SW  cor  Bay  and  Haven 
CARY  L.  H.,  city  physician,  office  City  Hall,  res  916  Eighth 
Case  Elijah,  res  1364  Broadway 
Case  Isham,  res  SE  cor  Twelfth  av  and  East  15th 
Caselli  Andrew  (M.  Caselli  &  Co.)  res  59  San  Pablo  av 
Caselli  M.  (M.  Caselli  &  Co.)  res  59  San  Pablo  av 
Caselli  M.  &  Co.  (M.  and  Andrew  Caselli)  manufacturers 
plaster  decorations,  59  San  Pablo  av 


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Casey  H.,  tailor,  res  1809  Seventh 

Casey  Jeremiah,  harnessniaker,  res  729  Fifth 

Casey  John,  laborer,  res  NW  cor  Fourteenth  and  Magnolia 

Casey  John  (Michael  Casey  &  Son)  res  SE  cor  Second  and 
Webster 

Casey  Luke,  laborer,  res  E  s  Lewis  nr  Third 

Casey  Michael  &  Son  (Michael  and  John  Casey)  horseshoers 
and  farriers,  418  Tenth 

Casey  Michael  (Michael  Casey  &  Son)  res  SE  cor  Second 
and  Webster 

Casey  Thos.  C,  contractor,  res  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Durant 

Casey  W.,  with  C.  P.  K.  E.,  res  923  Linden 

Casey  W.  J.,  porter  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Cashman  M.  A.  Mrs.,  dry  goods  and  notions,  E  s  Dana  bet 
Bancroft  way  and  University  av,  B. 

Cashman  Michael,  farmer,  res  E  s  Dana  bet  Bancroft  way 
and  University  av,  B. 

Casoli  John,  helper  Oakland  Paving  Co. 

Caspar  Jacob,  res  577  Second 

Cassady  Francis,  hostler  with  Hard  &  Howe 

Casserly  Maria,  domestic  with  Hiram  Tubbs 

Cassidy  Bernard,  teamster  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Tel- 
egraph Road  and  Clifton,  Temescal 

Cassidy  Edward,  butcher,  res  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Fourth 

Cassidy  Ellen,  saloon,  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  R.  R.  crossing 

Cassidy  James,  clerk,  res  1001  Franklin 

Cassidy  James,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co.,  res  W  s  San 
Pablo  av  nr  R.  R.  crossing 

Cassidy  John,  laborer,  res  Winthrop  House 

Cassidy  John,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Cassidy  Patrick,  carpenter,  res  1001  Franklin 

Castangan  Leon,  billiardist,  res  Winsor  House 

CASTERLINE  EDWARD  P.,  editor  and  proprietor  Real 
Estate  Advance  and  secretary  Real  Estate  and  Mer- 
chants Exchange,  res  559  Eighth 

Castilian  Frank,  res  cor  Wood  and  Fourteenth 

Castello  Aestas  E.  atty-at-law,  834  Broadway 

Castle  Charles  H.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Forty-second  nr  Grove 

Castro  Beatrice  Mrs.,  res  362  Seventh 

Castro  Frank,  laborer,  res  1846  Grove 

Castro  Luis,  county  surveyor,  County  Court  House,  room  4, 
res  San  Leandro 

Caswell  Charles  A.,  carpenter  with  A.  J.  McKee,  res  768 
Lydia 

Caswell  Mason  P.  (Maloon  &  Caswell)  res  SE  cor  Twelfth 
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Catlier  Joseph  P.  J.,  bookkeeper  with  Huntington,  Hopkins 

&  Co.  (S.  F.)  res  N  s  Twelfth  nr  Campbell 
Cattaneo  Giusue,  restaurant  and  garden,  E  s  Telegraph  av 

nr  Temescal  Creek 
Cattell  J.  E.,  res  1515  Third 
Catteral  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  1510  Broadway 
Catton  Frederick  K.,  cashier  (S.  F.)  res  805  Brush 
Caulkins  Silas,  wharfinger  Green-st  Wharf  (S.  F.)  res  806 

Willow 
Cavagnaro  F.  (Clivio  &  Cavagnaro)  res  920  Broadway 
Cavanah  Edward,  laborer,  res  960  Castro 
Cavanaugh  Maria,  domestic  with  Hiram  Tubbs 
Cavanaugh  Martin,  laborer,  res  690  Park 
Cavara  — ,  laborer  with  Corlies  &  Merritt 
CAVASSO  R.  J.,  groceries  and  dairy  produce,  SE  cor  Clay 

and  Eighth,  res  SE  cor  Castro  and  Third 
Cavell  H.,  Bed  Star  Tea  Store,  SE  cor  Clay  and  Eighth 
Caverly  Orin  E.,  clerk  with  Steere  &  Colby,  res  419  East  12th 
Cavero  Joseph,  groceries,  store  and  res  SE  cor  Mvrtle  and 

Third 
Cawlan  Thomas,  boilermaker  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Goss  bet  Pine 

and  Wood 
Cecil  S.  W.,  sashmaker  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res  659  Grove 
Cemmett  Chas.,  laborer,  res  N  s  William  bet  Cedar  and  Bay 
Centennial  Block,  NE  cor  Fourteenth  and  Clay 
Centennial  House,  NE  cor  Cedar  and  Seventh 
Centennial  M.  E.  Church,  Bev.  J.  H.  Wythe  jr.  pastor,  W  s 

Campbell  nr  Taylor 
CENTENNIAL    (THE)  Mrs.  M.  K.  Wilson  proprietor,  NE 

cor  Clay  and  Fourteenth 
Central  Block,  SE  cor  Twelfth  and  Broadway 
CENTRAL  LAND  CO.  (THE)  Leander  G.  Cole  president, 

John  L.  Beard  vice-president,  F.  B.  Has  well  secretary 

and  treasurer,  954  Broadway 
CENTRAL  PACIFIC  HOTEL,  Beed  &  Magee  proprietors, 

NE  cor  Eleventh  and  Webster 
Central  Pacific  Kailroad  House,  F.  Leonhard  proprietor,  NE 

cor  Bay  and  William 
Cerf  Aaron,  money  broker,  res  263  Fourth 
Cerini  Frank,   junk  (S.   F.)  res  NW  cor  Twenty-sixth  and 

Market 
Cettelo  Gustavus,  hostler  with  A.  W.  May 
Cezar  Garnet  J.,  barber  with  Smith  &  Wilson,  res  713  Broad- 
way 
Chabot  A.,  president  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  res  Tubbs' 

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134  OAKLAND     [  Q  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Chabot  Rerni,  superintendent  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  res 

277  Eighth 
Chabot  Robert,  piperuaker,  res  cor  First  and  Webster 
Chabot  Robert,  with  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  res  277  Eighth 
Chace  &  Tucker,  carpet  cleaning  and  coloring  works,  NE  cor 

Second  and  Broadway 
Chalfant  John  E.,  res  981  Fifth  av 
Chalmers  Robert,  res  S  s  Vernon  nr  Telegraph  av 
CHAMBERLAIN  &  POWERS  (William  H.    Chamberlain 

and  O.  B.  Powers)  proprietors  and  publishers  Oakland 

Daily  Transcript,  911  Broadway 
Chamberlain  Albert,  carpenter,  res   W  s  Ninth  bet  Bristol 

and  Delaware,  W.  B. 
Chamberlain  C.  H.,  receiver  U.  S.  Land  Office,  506  Jackson, 

res  Telegraph  av  nr  McClure's  Military  .Academy 
Chamberlain  E.,  laborer,  res  Overland  House 
Chamberlain  E.  W.,  foreman  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  817 

Center 
Chamberlain  G.  H.  Mrs.,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Chamberlain  John,  clerk,  res  N  s  East  16th  bet  Sixth  and 

Seventh  avs 
Chamberlain  Mary  Z.  Mrs.,  res  NE  cor  Audubon  and  Dwight 

way,  B. 
Chamberlain  Silas,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  805 

Jackson 
CHAMBERLAIN  WILLIAM:  H.  (Chamberlain  &  Powers) 

res  cor  Central  av  and  St.  George,  Alameda 
Chamberlin  Afred  M.,  sashmaker  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res 

960  Clay 
Chamberlin  Charles,  laborer  with  Samm's  Flouring  Mill,  res 

Eagle  House 
Chamberlin  Ransom,  res  S  s  Bancroft  way  nr  Choate  av,  B. 
Chamberlin  William,   with  Oakland  Furniture  Warerooms, 

res  476  Twelfth 
Chambers  Alexander  J.,  bookkeeper  with  Riehn,  Hemme  & 

Co.  and  Chambers  &  Pine,  (S.  F.)  res  SE  cor  Fifteenth 

and  Jefferson 
Chambers  B.  Miss,  teacher  music,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  nr 

San  Pablo  av 
Chambers  Frederick,  tinsmith  with  O.  C.  Kirk,  res  Golden 

Star  Hotel 
Chambers  George  (Gladding,  McBean  <fc  Co.)  res  Chicago 
Chambers  L.  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1273  San  Pablo  av 
Chambers  Samuel  A.,  student  University,  res  Ivy  Cottage 
Champion  A.  D.  A.  Mrs.,  res  375  Fifth 
Champlin  Charles  C,  teamster,  res  Eagle  House 


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Chanaron  H.,  barber,  424  Eleventh,  res  661  Fourth  q 

Chanarou  Matthew,  barber  with  H.  Chanaron,  res  661  Fourth 
Chance  John  H.,  fireman  C.  P.  Pi.  B.,  res  XE  cor  Cedar  and     «* 

Goss  M 

Chance  B.,  fireman,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel  £■ 

Chandler  E.  L.,   architect  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  Xicoll     H 

House  — 

Chandler  Simeon,  res  W  s  Chestnut  nr  Thirtieth 
Chandler  S.  M.  Mrs.,  res  1201  Alice  g 

Chantereau  E.,  capitalist,  res  816  Washington  q 

Chapel  Benjamin  A.,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  W  s  Filbert     — 

bet  Sixteenth  and  Eighteenth  ™ 

Chapin  0.  A.,  stocks,  res  921  Myrtle 

Chapin  Samuel  A.  jr.,  student  University,  res  Zeta  Psi  Hall     ^ 
Chapman  Charles  D.,  painter,  res  SI 2  Webster  ~ 

Chapman  Edward,  jeweler  (S.  F.)  res   NW  cor   Lydia  and 

Brush  »? 

Chapman  Isaac  N.,  surveyor,  res  XE  cor  Pine  and  Goss  0 

Chapman  J.  F.,  res  SW  cor  Ninth  av  and  East  11th 
Chapman  Melvine,  painter,  res  812  Webster  Sf 

Chapman  Thomas  B.,  brakeman  C.  P.  E.  E.,  res  621  Sixth 
Chapman  William  H.,  student  University,  res  Ivy  Cottage 
Chapman  — ,  engineer  Brooklyn  Engine  Xo.  4  > 

Chappellet  F.,   president  Pacific   Stone   Co.   and  Berkeley    *5 

Water  Works  Co.,  oifice terminus  X.  E.  E.  B.  B.,  Berke-     f 

ley,  res  Blake  House 
Chappie  Joseph  (Chappie,  Tallman  <t  Co.)  res  SE  cor  Choate     c? 

and  Bancroft  way,  B.  " 

Chappie,  Tallman  &   Co.    (Joseph  Chappie,  George  S.  and     > 

Thomas  T.  Tallman)  grocers  and  general  merchandize,     ^ 

SE  cor  Choate  and  Bancroft  way,  B.  2 

Ckaquette  Aime,   teamster  with  Eemillard  Bros.,    res   cor     il 

Second  and  Clay  P 

Charles  Alpheus,  proprietor  Piedmont  Dairy,  res  X  s  Weston     " 

av  nr  Broadway 
Charles  M.  L.,  carpenter,  res  Eureka  Hotel 
Charleston  William  S.,  student  University 
Charpontier  Peter,  groceries  and  liquors,  612  Franklin  ~ 

Chart  John,  capitalist,  E  s  Union  bet  University  av  nr  Ban 

croft  way,  B. 
CHARTER  OAK  HOTEL,  W.  M.  Hall  proprietor,  S  s  Sev 

enth  bet  Pine  a'ud  Wood  ^ 

Chartrand   Louis,    proprietor    Capital   Palace  Saloon,    552     ^ 

Broadway 
Chase  Andrew  K..  salesman  with   Kohler  &   Chase,  res  911 

Seventh 

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Chase  A.  R.,  machinist,  res  71  Valley 

Chase  Charles  E.,  special  policeman,  res  983  Center 

Chase  Clara  A.  Miss,  res  1714  Eighth 

Chase  E.  J.,  policeman,  res  NW  cor  William  and  Campbell 

Chase  Frank,  res  N¥  cor  East  14th  and  Nineteenth  av 

Chase  George,  (Bangle  &  Chase)  res  202  East  Ninth 

Chase  James  A.,  cigars  and  tobacco,   NE  cor  Cedar  and 

Seventh,  res  NW  cor  Campbell  and  William 
Chase  Joseph  jr.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  bet  Brush 

and  Castro 
Chase  Joseph  C,  carpenter,  res  Alhambra  House 
Chase   Martha   R.    Miss,    student   University,    res    Young 

Ladies'  Club 
Chase  Quincy  A.  (Kohler  &  Chase)  res  1714  Eighth 
Chatfield  James,  laborer,  res  418  Fourth 
Chauche  A.  G.,  res  NW  cor  Alice  and  Seventh 
Cheminant  A.  S.,  deputy  County  Recorder,  res  cor  Oak  and 

and  Pacific  av,  Alameda 
Chemet  W.  C,  paper  carrier,  res  559  Seventh 
Cheney  Lemuel  W.,    student  University,   res   Entre   Nous 

Club 
Cheney  Oliver,  laborer  with  Shakespeare  &  Walter,   res  El 

Dorado  House 
Chenoweth  John,  carpenter,  res  816  Clay 
Chenoweth  John  jr.,  barkeeper  with  J.  J.  Hanifin 
Chenoweth  Wellington,  painter,  res  816  Clay 
Chenoweth  William,  bartender  with  Chas.  Jurgen,  res  SE 

cor  Sixth  and  Clay 
Chesebrogh  Andronicus,  shipping  merchant,  res  56  Seventh 
Chessman  Joseph,  res  1207  Broadway 
Chester  Charles,  carpenter,  res  813  Adeline 
Cheu  Lee  &  Co.  (Chinese)  cigars,  812  Broadway 
Chevalier   Louis  M.,  barber,  713  Broadway,  res  W  s  Pine 

bet  Seventh  and  Goss 
Chevanton  Francis,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Cheyrias  S.,  cook  with  J.   Marques,  res  Eighth  nr  Wash- 
ington 
Chi  Phi  House,  William  R.  Shaw  secretary  and  treasurer, 
W  s  Dana  nr  University  av,  bet  Berkeley  av  and  Ban- 
croft Way 
Chick  Ora  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Temescal  nr  Telegraph  av 
Chief  Engineer  Fire  Department,  F.  O.  Tidier,  City  Hall 
Child  Edward,  contractor  and  builder,  res  1207  Broadway 
Child  E.  F.  stock  broker,  res  Tubbs  Aotel 
Child  E.  Mrs.,  lodgings,  1207  Broadway 
Child  George  B.,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 


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Childs  George  W.,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Linden 
Cbilds  John  H.,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Chester  bet  Third 

Fifth 
Childs  J.  W.,  master  mariner,  res  727  Fourth 
Childs  W.  W.,  bricklayer,  res  809  Webster 
Chilson  S.  J.  Mrs.,  dress  and  cloak  maker,  1275  San  Pa- 
blo av 
Childress  Martha  W.  Mrs.,  res  936  Filbert 
Chilton  Arthur,  res  East  23d  bet  Twenty-second  and  Twenty- 
third  avs 
China  Chim  (Chinese)  laundry,  421  Tenth 
Chinese  Christian  Association  School,  365  Eighth 
Ching  Fook  (Chinese)  cigars,  410  Eighth 
Chisholm  Duncan  R.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Third  bet  Lewis 

and  Peralta 
Chittenden  Royal  G.,  soap  pedlar,   res  N  s  Thirty-ninth  nr 

Grove 
Chiloupek   V.,    machinist    Oakland   Iron  Works,    res    701 

Washington 
Choynski  I.  N.,  books  and  stationery,  1214  Broadway,  res 

S.  F. 
Christensen  Belle,  domestic,  724  Fourteenth 
Christensen  G.  A.  E.,  dentist,  res  1207  Broadway 
Christenson   Michael,  res  S  s  Thirteenth  av  bet  East  16th 

and  East  17th 
Christian  Frank,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Christie  Robert  J.,  atty-at-law,  1004  Broadway,  res  Grand 

Central  Hotel 
Christofferson  B.,  laborer,  res  NW  cor  A  and  Hannah 
Christy  Samuel  B.,  instructor  chemistry,  University 
Chubb  Charles,  stairbuilder  W.  D.  Co.,  res  812|  Jessie,  S.F 
Chung  Kee  (Chinese)   Oakland  Co.,  cigar  manufacturing, 

466  Seventh 
Chung  Lee  (Chinese)  laundry,  413  Seventh 
Chung  Wah  (Chinese)  laundry)  foot  of  Franklin 
Church  Gideon,  gardener,  res  E  s  Eighteenth  av  bet  East 

14th  and  East  15th 
Church  Joseph  W.,   custom  house  officer  (S.  F.)  res  826 

Fifteenth 
Church  of  the  Advent  (Episcopal)  SW  cor  Seventeenth  av 

and  East  14th 
Church    of   the  Immaculate  Conception  (R.   C.)   Rev.   M. 

King  pastor,  W  s  Jefferson  bet  Seventh  and  Eighth 
Church  of  the  Sacred  Heart  of  Jesus  (R.  C.)  Rev  Lawrence 

Serda  pastor,  N  s  Evoy  av  bet  Grove  and  West,  North 

Temescal 


IEDM0NT  SPRINGS ADWHI 


FIRST  CLASS  ACCOMMODATIONS  AT  ALL  HOURS. 


Woodward  &  Taggart,  Real  Estate  Agents  and  Auctioneers. 


138  OAKLAND     [0]    DIRECTORY. 

Church  R.    O.,   machinist  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  San 

Pablo  av  nr  Sixteenth 
Church  Roderick,  deputy  county  clerk,   res  NE  cor  Sixth 

and  Webster 
Churchhill  William  H.,  res  1317  Harrison 
Cilley  Scott  F  ,  clerk  with  Steere  &  Colby,  res  SE  cor  Thir- 
teenth av  and  East  l'2th 
CITIZENS'  INSURANCE  CO.   (St.   Louis)   W.   F.  Hitch- 
cock agent,  958  Broadway 
City  Assessor,  Joseph  M.  Dillon,  office  City  Hall,  room  1 
City  Attorney,  Henry  Vrooman,  office  City  Hall 
City  Clerk,  James  Dods,  office  City  Hall,  room  4 
City  Council,  W.  A.  Walter  president,  City  Hall 
City  Engineer,  Thomas  J.  Arnold,  office  City  Hall 
City  Hall,  NW  cor  Fourteenth  and  San  Pablo  Road 
CITY  HALL  LIVERY  STABLE,  W.  A.  Richards  propri- 
etor, N  s  Fourteenth  W  of  City  Hall 
City  License  Collector,  J.  J.  Porter,  office  City  Hall,  rm  5 
City  Marshal,  Perry  Johnson,  City  Hall,  room  5 
City  Physician,  Dr.  L.  H.  Cary,  office  City  Hall 
City  Pound,  Daniel  Rattery  master,  Thirtieth  and  Peralta 
City  Superintendent  Public  Schools,  F.  M.  Campbell,  office 

City  Hall 
City  Tax  Collector,  Perry  Johnson,  City  Hall,  room  5 
City  Treasurer,  James  Dods.  office  City  Hall,  room  4 
City  Wharfinger,  William  Harwood,  office  City  Hall 
Civel  Martha  Mrs.,  res  216  Eighth 

Clancey  John  P.,  cook  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Tele- 
graph av  and  Clifton,  Temescal 
Clancey  William,  stableman  with  L.  M.  Beaudry 
Clancy  Bridget,  domestic,  704  Eighth 
Clabe  Antone,  bootmaker  with  R.  Incapis,  res  cor  Kearny 

and  Broadway,  S.  F. 
Clapp  &  Larkin  (T.  J.  Clapp  and  J.  Larkin)  carpenters  and 

builders,  805  Isabella 
Clapp  Joseph  L.,  farmer,  res  S  s  College  Way  bet  Wilvia 

and  Louisa,  B. 
Clapp  Nancy  H.  Miss,  res  1023  Chester 
Clapp  T.  J.  (Clapp  &  Larkin)  res  805  Isabella 
Clark  A.  F.,.  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 
Clark  Alvia  K.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  717  Tenth 
Clark  Carl,  clerk  freight  department  C.  P.  R.  R.  (S.  F.)res 

1267  Clay 
Clark  Charles  J.,   carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  E  s 
Evoy  av  nr  Telegraph  av 


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only  3  miles. 


Drink  Napa  Soda,  a  pure,  natural  Mineral  Water.     Gordon  Agent. 


OAKLAND     [  Q  ]   DIRECTORY.  139 

Clark  Charles  K.,   bookkeeper  (S.   F.)  res  E  s  Prospect  pi 

bet  Webster  and  Telegraph  av 
Clark  Edward,  painter  and  extraman  Engine  Co.  No.  1,  res 

N  s  Seventeenth  nr  Grove 
Clark  Ezra,  agent  Wilson  Sewing  Machine  Co.,  res  N  s  Six- 
teenth nr  Jefferson 
Clark  Foster  T.,  livery  stable  1066  Thirteenth  av,  res  Union 

Hotel 
Clark  George,  foreman  boilermaker  W.  D.  Co.,  res  S  s  Goss 

bet  Wood  and  Pine 
Clark  George,  laborer,  res  Eagle  House 
Clark  George,  miller  with  Oakland  City  Flouring  Mills,  res 

563  Seventh 
Clark  George,  shipjoiner,  W.  D.  Co. 
Clark  G.  R.,  night  clerk  S.  F.  Postoffice,  res  366  Fifth 
Clark    Henry,    whitener,     res   SW    cor    Twenty-sixth    and 

Adeline 
Clark  Henry  H.,  compositor  with  Butler  &   Bowman,   res 

Goss  nr  Pine 
Clark  Hugh,  plasterer,  res  77  Valley 
Clark  James,   groceries  and  liquors,    store  and  res  SE  cor 

Filbert  and  Fifth 
Clark  James,  stairbuilder,  W.  D.  Co.,  res  1712  Eighth 
Clark  James  A.,  artesian  well  borer,   res  E  s  Evoy  av  nr 

Telegraph  av 
Clark  J.  F.,  mining,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Clark  John,  carpenter,  res  Eland  House 
Clark,  John,  hatter,  res  1504  Third 
Clark  John  P.,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Clark  Katie  Miss,  res  604  Seventeenth 
Clark  Kenneath,  carpenter,  res  Eagle  House 
Clark  Levi,  painter,  res  S  s  Eighteenth  nr  West 
Clark  Lizzie,  domestic  with  W.  H.  J.  Matthews 
Clark  Maggie  Miss,  laundress,  707  Washington 
Clark  Marion,  res  46H  Fourth 
Clark  M.  B.,  vocal  and  instrumental  music  teacher,  res  NW 

cor  Telegraph  av  and  Forty-third 
Clark  M.  C.  Mrs.,  music  teacher,  res  Sixteenth  nr  Jefferson 
Clark  Myron  S.,  miner,  res  669  Third 

Clark  Rachel,  dressmaker,  res  N  s  Temescal  nr  Telegraph  av 
Clark  Rebecca,  dressmaker,   res  N  s  Temescal  nr  Telegraph 

av 
Clark  Richard  N.,   porter  C.   P.  R.  R.,  res  E  s  Willow  nr 

Chase 
Clark  Rodney  A.,  carpenter,  res  Pearson  nr  Taylor 
Clark  Rosanna,  domestic,  NW  cor  Tenth  and  Chestnut 


fill  RFRT  Z  HIINTFR  ■  REAL  ESTATE  an<l  ,nsijrance  agents (  224  Montgomery  s.f. 


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WOODWARD  &  TAGGART,  460  and  462  EIGHTH  STREET. 


140 


OAKLAND    [  Q  ]    DIRECTORY. 


engineer  N. 


R.  R.  B.  B.,  resW  s  Shattuck 


Clark  Samuel  C. 
nr  Addison,  B. 

Clark  Sarah  Miss,   dressmaker,  res  N  s  Temescal  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Clark  Stephen  J.,   night-clerk  Post  Office  (S.  F.)  res  N  s 
Seventeenth  nr  Kirkham 

Clark  Thomas  B.,  clerk  U.   S.   Sub-Treasurer  (S.  F.)  res 
1217  Harrison 

Chark  Thomas  C,  plasterer,  res  S  s  Fifteenth  bet  Kirkham 
and  Cypress 

Clark  William,  miller,  Samm's  Flouring  Mill,  res  522  Second 

Clark  William  P.,  res  769  Twelfth 

Clarke  C.  R.  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Bancroft  way  nr  Audubon,  B. 

Clarke  Edwin  A.,  res  cor  Seventh  av  and  East  20th 

Clarke  Frederick,  proprietor,  Bay  Central  House,   NW  cor 
University  av  and  Second,  W.  B. 

Clarke  James,  clerk  with  Bowen  &  Brown,  res  NW  cor  San 
Pablo  av  and  Delaware,  W.  B. 

Clarke  J.  B.,  assistant  instructor  mathematics,  University 

Clarke  John,  turner,  res  633  Magnolia 

Clarke   Richard,   laborer,   res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr   Cal. 
Watch  Co.  -factory,  W.  B. 

Clarke  Russell  W.3  student   University,   res   S   s  Bancroft 
way  nr  Audubon,  B. 

Clasen  Louise,  domestic,  NW  cor  Washington  and  Tenth 

CLASSICAL  AND   ENGLISH    SCHOOL,    G.    F.   Degen, 
principal,  1420  San  Pablo  av 

Classon  &  Trost  (John  Classon  and  Gustavus  A.  Trost)  hair- 
dressers, 1010  Broadway 

Classon  John  (Classon  &  Trost)  res  515  Delger 

Clausen  C,  plasterer,  res  764  Brush 

Clavelot  A.,  sawfiler,  411  Seventh 

Clay  Frederic,  res  S  s  Market  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth 

Clayton  Charles,  merchant  (S.  F.)  res  710  Fifteenth 

Clayton  J.  E.,  Mrs.,  res  674  Brown 

Clayton  Wm.,  cabinetmaker  with  C.  S.  Hansen,  res  517  Ninth 

Clayton  William  A.,  res  674  Brown 

Clear  Peter,  laborer,  res  St.  Louis  House 

Clear  Thomas,  fireman  Oakland  Gaslight  Co.,  res  358  Ninth 

Cleary  James,  gardener   Bay  Nursery,   res  E  s   Watts  nr 

Cleary  Michael  (McCusker  &  Co.,  S.  F.)  res  912  Clay 
Clement  Belle  M.  Miss,  res  1015  Eighth 
Clement  E.  B.,  searcher  of  records  (S.  F.)  res  1227  Webster 
Clement  Lewis  M.,  civil  engineer  C.   P.   R.   R.,  res  1013 
Twelfth 


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OAKLAND    [Q]    DIRECTORY 


141 


CLASSICAL  Ml  EIB-LISH  SCHOOL 

1420  San  Pablo  Av,  near  18th  St., 

OAKLAND. 
GEORGE  FREDERIC  DEGEN,  A.  M.,  Principal. 

F.  PAGET,  A.  M.,  Instructor  in  Modern  Languages. 


The  special  aim  of  the  School  is  to  prepare  students  of  both  sexes  for  the  University. 
Younger  pupils,  (boys  only)  are  also  received  and  thoroughly  trained  in  a  Primary,  or 
Grammar  School  course. 

The  system  of  instruction  pursued  is  based  upon  careful  explanation  of  principles, 
frequent  reviews,  and  steady  and  persistant  drill.  It  is  believed  that  by  this  system  the 
pupil  will  make,  in  the  end,  more  rapid  progress,  and  with  more  lasting  results,  than  by 
any  other. 


TERMS: 

PAYABLE  INVARIABLY  IN  ADVANCE, 

Lower  Forms, $8.00  per  month. 

Upper        "        10.00     "         " 

Modern  Languages,  each. .  .     2.00     "         "     extra. 

For  further  information,  apply  to  or  address  the  Principal,  Oakland. 

Clement  Rufus  H.,  salesman  (S.  F.)  resNW  cor  Eighteenth 

and  Brush 
Clement,  —  carpenter,  518  Sixth 
Clements  Gilbert  (Cadogan  &  Co.)  res  Webster  bet  Green 

and  Union,  S.  F. 
Clements  James,  engineer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 
Cleno  A.,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 
Clerk  City,  James  Dods,  office  4  City  Hall 
Clerk   County,    Charles   G.    Reed,    County   Court   House, 

room  1 
Cleverly  C.  C,  jeweler,  res  Eland  House 
Cleverly  H.   C,   watchmaker  with  Berger  &  Co.,  res  cor 

Seventh  and  Franklin 
Clibborn  Percy  J.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  Blake  House 
Clifford  Frank  P.,  draughtsman  and  ;machinist  Cal.  Watch 

Co.,  res  Park  House,  W.  B. 
Clifford  John,  laborer,  res  813  Chester 
Clifford  Joseph,  engineer  C.  P.  R.   R.,  res  E  s  Lewis  nr 

First 
CLIFFORD'S    LIVERY   STABLES,    T.   C.   Clifford,    pro- 
prietor, 411  Thirteenth 


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LOANS  NEGOTIATED. 


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Woodward  &  Taggart-Desirable  Business  Property  for  Sale. 

142  OAKLAND     [Q]    DIRECTORY. 

CLIFFORD  THOMAS  C,  livery  stable,  411  Thirteenth 

Clifford  Timothy,  laborer,  res  S  s  Goss  nr  Pine 

Clifton  William  G.,   bookkeeper  with  C.  R.   Lewis  &  Co., 

954  Broadway 
Climer  Samuel,  carpenter,  res  N  s  William  nr  Bay 
Climo  A.,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Railroad  Exchange 
Climo   Samuel,  carpenter  W.   D.   Co.,  res   Central   Pacific 

Railroad  House 
Cline  Charles,  cook  Golden  Star  Hotel 
Cline  N.,  janitor,  1004  Broadway,  res  857  Clay 
CLINTON  FLOURING  MILLS,  Weston  &  Welch  propri- 
etors SW  cor  Twelfth  av  and  East  11th 
Clisby  Seth,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  S  s  Logan  nr  Telegraph 

av 
Clivio    &   Cavagnaro   (C.  Clivio    and  F.  Cavagnaro)   fruits, 

candies,  tobacco  and  paper  bags,  920  Broadway 
Clivio  C.  (Clivio  &  Cavagnaro)  res  920  Broadway 
Cloeren  Edward,  brewer  Oakland  Brewery,  res  1512  Broad- 
way 
CLOONY    &    O'BRIEN     (Thomas    Cloony    and    William 

O'Brien)  wood  and  coal,  cor  Seventh  and  Peralta 
Cloony  Thomas  (Cloony   &  O'Brien)  res  cor  Seventh  and 

Peralta 
Clough  Alton  H.,  clerk  (S.  F.)  res  N  s  Twelfth  nr  Wood 
Clough  James,  carpenter,  res  Humboldt  House 
Clough  James  P.,  mining,  res  N  s  Twelfth  nr  Wood 
Clough  Mary  L.  Miss,  reporter,  1059  Castro,  res  cor  Twen- 
ty-eighth and  Castro 
Clough   Myron  E.,  engineer  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  517 

Third 
Clough  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  Humboldt  House 
Clow  Amelia  Miss,   teacher  Dnrant  School,  res   571  Cale- 
donia av 
Clow  E.  Mrs.,  res  571  Caledonia  av 

Clow  James  B.,  student  University,  res  571  Caledonia  av 
Clow  M.  B.  Miss,  teacher  Lincoln  Grammar  School,  res  571 

Caledonia  av 
Clymer  J.  J.,  res  306  Fourteenth 

Coakley  Dennis,  laborer,  res  NE  cor  First  and  Chestnut 
Coakley  John,  laborer,  res  NE  cor  First  and  Chestnut 
Coan  James  A.,  blacksmith  C.  P.   R.  R.,  res  815  Twenty- 
second 
Coates  Thomas  Mrs.,  res  802  Alice 
Coates  William  D.,  stock  broker  (S.  F.)  res  9.14  Brush 
Coats  Charles  A.,  painter,  res  E  s  Chestnut  nr  Thirty-sec- 
ond 


A  tautifnl  Summer  Home— PIEDMONT  SPRINGS 


THREE  MILES  FROM 
OAKLAXD. 


.  S.  G.  Gordon  delivers  Ice,  Soda  and  Cider.      Depot,  469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND     [Q]    DIRECTORY.  143 

Cobb  George  D.,  deputy  County  Recorder,  res  E  s  Park  nr 

Central  av,  Alameda 
Cobb  Lewis,  clerk  with  A.  C.  Brown,  resNW  cor  Telegraph 

av  and  Brown 
Cobb  Riiifus  S.,  watchman  W.  D.  Co. 

Cobbledick  Jas.  (Meeker,  James  &  Co.,  S.  F.)  res  177  E  12th 
Cobourn  Robert,  miller  Samm's  Flouring  Mill,  res  cor  Clay 

and  Fourth 
Coburn  C.  A.,  canvasser  Singer  Sewing  Machine,  res  Tele- 
graph road,  nr  Deaf  and  Dumb  Asylum 
Coburn  S.  A.,  solicitor,  res  Telegraph  road,    nr  Deaf  and 

Dumb  Asylum 
Coby  Peter,  laborer,  res  E  s  East  16th  bet  Thirteenth  and 

Fourteenth  avs 
Cochran  A.  H.,  painter,  res  1114  Tenth  av 
Cochran  Jesse  F.,  signpainter,  res  1876  Myrtle 
Cochran  John  T.  (Cochran  &  Sullivan,  S.  F.)  res  E  s  Brush 

nr  Eighteenth 
Coder   Sherman  B.,  wheelwright,    608   Broadway,    res   cor 

East  14th  and  Sixteenth  av 
Codiga  Graziana  (Joseph  Anselmi  &  Co.)  res  NW  cor  Ra- 
cine and  Merced  av,  B. 
Coe  John  T.,  collector,  921  Broadway,  res  946  Adeline 
Coe  Theodore  H.,  bookkeeper  Oakland  Gaslight  Co.,  res 

412  Fourteenth 
Coelho  John  C,  hostler  with  Tinkham  &  Butterfield 
Coffee  &  Furst  CM.  H.  Coffee  and  H.  Furst)  dry,  fancy  and 

furnishing  goods  and  boots  and  shoes,  837  Broadway 
Coffee  Michael  H.  (Coffee  &  Furst)  res  516  Fifth 
Coffey    William   M.,  salesman   with   E.  H.  Hyde,  res   1273 

San  Pablo  av 
Cogan  William,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res   NE   cor  Eighth 

and  Wood 
Coggeshall   Frederick   C,  farmer,    W  s.   San  Pablo  av  nr 

Tcmcsctil  crock 
Coggeshall  Frederick  R.  (J.  W.  Cox  <fc  Co.,  S.  F.)  res  San 

Pablo  av  nr  Temescal  creek 
Coghlan  John  M.,  U.  S.  District  Attorney  (S.  F.)  res  N  s 

Walton  nr  Telegraph  av 
Cogswell  James  P.,  real  estate,  res  1116  West 
Cohen  Alice  Miss,  student  University 
Cohen  Annie,  fancy  dry  goods  N  s  Seventh  nr  Willow 
Cohen  Jacob,  res  NE  cor  Seventh  and  Willow 
Cohen  Jacob  M.,  agent  I.  N.  Choynsky,  res  1156  Broadway 
Cohen  James,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  S  s  Forty-fifth  nr 

Telegraph  av 


Pll  RFRT  K.  HMNTFH   AGENrs  F0K  SAN  fkancisco  and  alameda  propekiy. 


Office,  224  Montgomery.  St.,  S.  F.,  or  Park  st.,  Alameda. 


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144  OAKLAND    [  C  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Cohen  John,  painter,  res  S  s  Forty-fifth  nr  Telegraph  av 
Cohen  Samuel,  salesman  with  Melius  Bros.,  res  Washington 

nr  Sixth 
Cohen  S.  S.,  clothing  (S.  F.)  res  584  Charter 
Cohn  Henry,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Railroad  Exchange 
Coindre  Fannie  Mrs.,  fruits,  669  Broadway 
Cokely  Daniel,  laborer,  res  828  Fifteenth 
Colburn  Alfred,  miner,  res  N  s  Caledonia  av  bet  Telegraph 

av  and  Grove 
Colburn  Edward  S.,  stocks  (S.  F.)  res  N  s  Caledonia  av  bet 

Telegraph  av  and  Grove 
Colburn  Henry,  teamster  with  Sterry   Walker,  res  Pleasant 

Valley  av  nr  Vallecito  av 
Colburn  Jacob  S.,  clerk  with  Christian  Schreiber,  res  N  s 

Caledonia  av  bet  Telegraph  av  and  Grove 
Colby  Amasa  D.,  farmer,  W  s  Telegraph  road  half  mile  N  of 

Temescal 
Colby   Edward,    machinehand   Brooklyn   Planing  Mill,  res 

1113  Sixteenth  av 
Colby  F.  Miss,  dressmaker,  S  s  Laurel  bet  Broadway  and 

Telegraph  av 
Colby  F.  I.  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  S  s  Laurel  bet  Broadway 

and  Telegraph  av 
Colby  George  E.,  student  University 
Colby  Hiram  H.  (Steere  &  Colby)  res  W  s  Twelfth  av  bet 

East  16th  and  East  17th 
Colby  Leroy  E.,  machine  hand  with  H.  W.  Barnes 
Colderwick  Frederick,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co.,  res  N  s  Atlan- 
tic bet  Pine  and  Cedar 
Cole  Charles,  dishwasher  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Cole  Charles  H.,  steward  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Cole  L.  A.,  carpenter,  res  Sunnyside  House 
Cole  L.  G.,  capitalist,  res  W  s  Webster  nr  Twenty-second 
Cole  Marie  D.  Miss,  student  University,  res  Young  Ladies' 

Club,  W.  B. 
COLE  RECTOR  E.,  dentist  and  president  Board  Education, 

1055  Broadway,  res  SE  cor  Adeline  and  Tenth 
Cole  William,  miller  with  Sarpy,   Barstow  &  Co.,  res  354 

Sixth 
Cole  William  J.,  res  1215  Jefferson 
Coleman  John,  clerk  with  Gernreich  &  Thornburg,  res  NE 

cor  Chester  and  Eighth 
Coleman  John,  laborer,  res  Twentieth  nr  Franklin 
Coleman  John  W.,  stockbroker  (S.  F.)  res  754  Eighth 
Coleman  Martin,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Twentieth  nr  Frank- 
lin 


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3  miles  from  Oakland.      A.  D.  WHITNEY.  Proof. 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Eastern  Cider  Company,  469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND     [0]    DIRECTORY.  145 

Coleman  Patrick,  fireman  W.  D.  Co.,  res  1016  Fifth 
Coleman  Thomas  S.,  res  SE  cor  Campbell  and  Atlantic 
Colen  Henry,    car  repairer   C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Railroad   Ex- 
change Hotel 
Coles  G.  B.  Russell,  res  S  s  Powell  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Colfer  John,  clerk  with  James  Larue,  res  Fourteenth  av  bet 

East  18th  and  East  19th 
Colgett  John,  gardener,  res  S  s  Fourteenth  nr  Filbert 
Colin  Benoit,  trunk  manufacturer,  305  Twelfth 
Collard  John,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Temescal  nr  Telegraph  av 
College  Hall,  A.  C.  Dietz  proprietor,  NE  cor  Harrison  and 

Twelfth 
Collicott  James  P.,  sawyer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Taylor  nr  Pine 
Collie  John,  carpenter,  res  721  Eleventh 
Collier  John,  laborer,  res  806  Fifth 
Collins  Albert  F.,  wholesale  produce,  res  NW  cor  Durant 

and  Jackson 
Collins  Albert  W.,  res  953  Castro 
Collins  Alfred,  hatter  (S.  F.)  res  S  s  Lincoln  bet  Wood  and 

Pine 
Collins  Benj.,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  Ninth  av  and  East  11th 
Collins  Cornelius,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Collins  Dennis,  laborer,  res  167  Eighth 
Collins  Edward,  laborer,  res  SW  cor  Telegraph  av  and  Forty- 
third 
Collins  Edward  L.,  student  University 
Collins  George  H.  (Higgins  &  Collins,  S.  F.)  res  SE  cor 

Chestnut  and  Third 
Collins  H.  C,  res  362  Tenth 

Collins  Henry,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Railroad  Ex- 
change Hotel 
Collins  Henry,  clerk,  res  362  Tenth 
Collins  Jennie,  domestic,  942  Wood 
Collins  Jeremiah,  fruit  and  produce,  661  Broadway 
Collins  John  J.,  laborer,  res  N  s  East  19th  nr  Thirteenth  av 
Collins  John   S.,  assistant  superintendent  Mountain    View 

Cemetery,  res  Webster  nr  Cemetery 
Collins  Lyman  P.,  salesman  Florence  S.  M.  Co.  (S.  F.)  res 

NW  cor  Campbell  and  Chase 
Collins  Michael,  contractor,  res  SE  cor  Chestnut  and  Third 
Collins  Michael,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Collins  Nora  Mrs.,  res  cor  Market  and  Eighteenth 
Collins  P.  M.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Seventeenth  nr  Grove 
Collins  Samuel  G.,  laborer,  res  601  East  12th 
Collins  Solomon,  bricklayer,  res  S  s  Prospect  pi  nr  Tele- 
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Collins  T.,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 
Collins  Tom,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Collins  William  (Tubbs  &  Collins)  and  superintendent  Moun- 
tain View  Cemetery,  res  Webster  nr  Cemetery 
Collins  William  D.,  carpenter,  res  814  Myrtle 
Collins  W.  W.,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Collischonn    Charles,  clerk   with  Ir  Belloc   (S.  F.)  res  763 

Grove 
Collyer  Jacob,  carpenter  W.   D.   Co.,  res  N  s  Twelfth  nr 

Wood 
Cornier  Frederick  C,  carpenter,  res  Star  House 
Coltart  Matthew  B.,  clerk,  res  762  Jefferson 
Colton  &  Reed  (Walter  E.  Colton  and  Thomas  R.  Reed) 

painters  and  paper  hangers,  NE  cor  Twenty-first  and 

Telegraph  av 
Colton  Walter  E.  (Colton  &  Reed)  res  NE  cor  Twenty-first 

and  Telegraph  av 
Colvin  James  A.,  gasfitter,  res  816  Chester 
Colwell  John,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 
Combs  Henry,  carpenter,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 
Comer  James,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  907  Willow 
Comerford   Edward,  bricklayer,  res  S  s  University   av  nr 

Shattuck,  B. 
Comes  Emanuel,  printer,  res  712  Filbert 
Comes  Trinity,  dressmaker,  res  712  Filbert 
Comison  — ,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 
Commercial  Fire  Insurance  Co.  (of  London)  William  Hos- 

kins  agent,  909  Broadway 
Commercial  Insurance  Co.   (of  California)  J.  J.   Gardiner 

agent,  1106  Broadway 
Compana  Peter,  miner  Oakland  Paving  Co. 
Compton  Annie  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Cleveland  av  nr  Telegraph  av 
Compton  H.  K.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Union  Hotel 
Conard  W.  I).,  apothecary,  SE  cor  East  12th  and  Thirteenth 

av,  res  1004  Ninth  av 
Conboy  Mary  Mrs.,  res  cor  Filbert  and  Twenty-second 
Concinion  Thomas,  laborer,  res  SE  cor  MjTtle  and  Third 
Cone  John,  laborer,  res  S  s  Atlantic  bet  Willow  and  Wood 
Coner  — ,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 
Congdon  A.  A.  Mrs.,  res  NE  cor  Sixth  av  and  East  10th 
Congdon  Charles  H.,  student  University,  res  Ivy  Cottage 
Conklin  Frank  G.  (P.  &  F.  G.  Conklin,  S.  F.)  res  E  s  Fourth 

bet  East  15th  and  East  16th 
Conklin  Piatt  (P.  &  F.  G.  Conklin,  S.  F.)  res  729  Tenth 
Conley  Arthur,  plasterer,  res  Magnolia  bet  Thirty-first  and 

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OAKLAND     [  C  ]    DIRECTORY.  147 

Conley  Charles,  carpenter  with  Power  &  Ough,  res  504 
East  15th 

Conley  Francis,  laborer,  res  SE  cor  Myrtle  and  Fifth 

Conley  John,  car  cleaner  C.  P.  E.  P.,  res  N  s  Pacific  nr 
Willow 

Conley  Martin,  pedlar,  res  1110  Third 

Conley  Martin  jr.,  boiler  maker,  res  1110  Third 

Conley  Owen,  laborer  C.  P.  E.  E.,  res  N  s  Cedar  nr  Goss 

Conley  Thomas,  horse  trainer  Oakland  Trotting  Park 

Conley  William,  res  612*  East  12th 

Conlin  Edward,  blacksmith  C.  P.  E.  E.,  res  809  Twenty- 
second 

Conlon  Ella,  domestic,  936  Filbert 

Conlon  John,  lather,  res  654  Linden 

Conn  Francis,  superintendent  Union  Pacific  Salt  Works  (S. 
F.)  res  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Adeline  and  Magnolia 

Connell  M.  Miss,  dressmaker,  321  Twelfth,  res  cor  Poplar 
and  Twelfth 

Connell  M.  A.  Miss,  seamstress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Connell  Michael,  laborer,  res  812  Filbert 

Connell  William,  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co. 

Connelly  Andrew,  laborer,  res  Second  bet  Clay  and  Wash- 
ington 

Connelly  Dennis,  hostler  with  Newland  &  Pumyea,  462 
Seventh 

Connelly  Frank,  stevedore,  res  921  Fifth 

Connelly  Maggie,  chambermaid  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Connelly  John,  laborer  C.  P.  E.  E.,  res  cor  Short  and  Bay 

Connelly  John,  laborer,  res  S  s  Park  bet  San  Pablo  av  and 
Grove 

CONNER  &  MURPHY  (Ignatius  C.  Conner  and  John  H. 
Murphy)  stucco  works,  1230  Broadway 

Conner  Ignatius  C.  (Conner  &  Murphy)   res  1230  Broadway 

Conner  James,  teamster,  res  501  Elm 

Conner  Mary  E.  Miss,  teacher  Prescott  Grammar  School,  res 
cor  Myrtle  and  Seventh 

Conners  John,  fruits  (S.  F.)  res  N  s  Forty-fifth  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Conners  J.  Mrs.,  widow,  res  833  Myrtle 

Conners  Michael,  clerk  with  Neil  Gallagher,  res  1722  Tele- 
graph av 

Connolly  Andrew,  laborer,  res  519  Second 

Connolly  Edward,  bookbinder  with  A.  Buswell  (S.  F.)  res 
W  s  Kirkham  nr  Twelfth 

Connolly  Joseph,  carpenter,  res  1305  Clay 

Connolly  Thomas,  laborer,  res  St.  Louis  House 


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Connor  Bryan,  laborer,  res  770  Willow 

Connor  John,  laborer,  res  761  Castro 

Connor  L.  B.,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  1001  Chester 

Connor  M.  A.  Mrs.,  widow,  res  957  Jefferson 

Connor  Nora  M.  Miss,  res  957  Jefferson 

Connor  William,  car  cleaner,  res  cor  Eighth  and  Willow 

Connor  William,  laborer,  res  814  Alice 

Connors  Cornelius,  laborer,  res  N  s  Twenty -fourth  nr  Linden 

Connors  John,  laborer,  res  W  s  Second  nr  University  av, 
W.  B. 

Connors  John,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Connors  Thomas,  laborer,  res  907  Willow 

Connors  William,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  bet  Broad- 
way and  Telegraph  av 

Connors  William,  laborer,  res  907  Willow 

Conrad  B.  S.,  carpenter,  res  762  Fifth 

Conrad  John  G.,  student  University,  res  Ivy  Cottage 

Conrov  John,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  S  s  Third  nr 
Filbert 

Conry  Martin,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co.,  res  SE  cor  Sev- 
enteenth and  West 

Considine  Anna,  domestic,  res  935  Filbert 

Considine  Patrick,  laborer,  res  218  Sixth 

Considine  Thomas,  dishwasher  Russell  House  Restaurant 

Continental  Fire  Insurance  Co.  (of  New  York)  Spencer  Mar- 
tin agent,  1106  Broadway 

Contra  Costa  Laundry  Association,  Hallett,  Bartlett  &  Dal- 
ton  proprietors,  SW  cor  Kirkham  and  Fourteenth 

CONTRA  COSTA  WATER  CO.,  A.  Chabot  president, 
Wm.  H.  Mead  secretary,  Remi  Chabot  superintendent, 
458  Eighth 

Contreras  Pedro,  teamster,  res  522  Fourth 

Convent  of  Our  Lady  oi  Lourdes,  NE  cor  East  15th  and 
Sixteenth  av 

Convent  of  Our  Lady  of  the  Sacred  Heart,  Mother  Baptist 
lady  superior,  Webster  nr  Twenty-second 

Conway  Edward  J.,  laborer  with  Z.  B.  Heywood  &  Co.,  res 
E  s  Second  nr  Addison,  W.  B. 

Conway  George  (Hinrichs  &  Conway)  res  W  s  Kirkham  bet 
Tenth  and  Eleventh 

Conway  J.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Forty-second  nr  Grove 

Conway  M.,  car  cleaner  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Conway  Mary  Miss,  res  1168  Seventh 

Conway  Mary  A.,  domestic  1513  Telegraph  av 

Conway  Thomas,  laborer,  res  W  s  Lusk  nr  Evoy  av 


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OAKLAND    [Q]    DIRECTORY.  149 

Cook  Alex.  J.,  butcher,  res  1171  Eighteenth  av 

Cook  Alonzo  G.,  atty-at-law,  res  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Poplar  and 

Kirkham 
Cook  Andrew  R.,  butcher,  res  1171  Eighteenth  av 
Cook  Carroll,  atty-at-law,  535  Clay  (S.  F.)  res  Es  San  Pablo 

av  bet  Delger  and  Hobart 
Cook  Elisha  Mrs.,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Cook  Ernest,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Cook  George  W.  ji-,  clerk  with  G.  &  W.    Snook  (S.  F.)  res 

860  Brush 
Cook  J.,  with  Oakland  Planing  Mill 

Cook  J  ames,  res  E  s  Kirkham  bet  Twelfth  and  Fourteenth 
Cook  James,  laborer,  res  cor  Thirty-fourth  and  Chester 
Cook  John,  master  mariner,  res  821  Washington 
Cook  Joseph,  porter,  res  S  s  Twenty-fourth  nr  Linden 
Cook  Joseph  E.,  stockbroker  (S.  F.)  res  967  Jackson 
Cook  M.  B.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  Alameda 
Cook  Melinda  Miss,  res  814  Twenty  -first 
Cook  Mary  A.  Mrs.,  boarding  and  lodging,  8  Pearson's  Row 
Cook  Nellie  Miss,  teacher  Prescott  Primary  School,  res  860 

Brush 
Cook  P.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  469  Tenth 
Cook  Philip,  printer  Evening  Post  (S.  F.)  res  469  Tenth 
Cook  Thomas,  gardener,  W  s  College  av  nr  Asylum,  B. 
Cook  W.  B.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill 
Cook  William  E.,  printer  Pacific  Press,   res  NE  cor  Wash- 
ington and  Seventh 
COOK  WILLIAM  F.,  saloon,  NE  cor  Cedar  and  Seventh, 

res  S  s  Division  bet  Cedar  and  Pine 
Cooke  Martha  E.,  nurse,  res  Twenty-ninth  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Cooke  Robert,  teamster  with  Power  &  Ough,  res  N  s  East 

17th  bet  Fifth  and  Sixth  avs 
Coolbrith  Ina  D.  Miss,  librarian  Oakland  Library,  res  N  s 

Fifteenth  nr  Jefferson 
Coolidge  James  C,  local  agent  Railway  Mail  Service  (S.  F.) 

res  691  Brown 
Cooms  Henry,  stairbuilder  Grove-st  Planing  Mill 
Coon  Henry  L,  student  University,  res  Ivy  Cottage 
Coon  — ,  res  S  s  Seventh  bet  Henry  and  Chester 
Cooney  Peter  E.,  res  E  s  Adeline  nr  Twenty -fourth 
Cooney  Peter  N.,  expressman,  res  E  s  Adeline  nr  Twenty- 
fourth 
Coop  John,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  313  Seventh 
Cooper  Francis,  laborer,  res  Ws  Magnolia  bet  Third  and  Fifth 
Cooper  Frank,  student  Taylor's  Business  College,  res  Central 
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Cooper  Frank,  teamster  with  Taylor  &  Co. 

Cooper  Henry,  student  University 

Cooper  Samuel  O.,  carpenter,  res  960  Grove 

Coots  John,  laborer,  res  672  Park 

Cope  Abbie  R.,  res  1603  Brush 

Cope  John  H.,  carpenter,  res  1370  Brush 

Cope  M.  E.  Miss,  res  1603  Brush 

Copeland  Isaac,  mining  (S.  F.)  res  688  Elm 

Copeland  James  W.,  res  662  Elm 

Coplin  A.,  general  agent  Dr.  Warner's  health  corsets  and 
manufacturer  chemiloons,  470  Twelfth 

Copp  J.  L.,  carpenter,  res  322  Eleventh 

Copp  Stephen  L.,  carpenter,  res  726  Myrtle 

Corbett  James,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  475  Sixth 

Corbett  James,  laborer,  res  815  Filbert 

Corbett  Maggie,  domestic,  1077  Eighth 

Corbett  Mary,  domestic,  N  s  Eighteenth  bet  Myrtle  and  Fil- 
bert 

Corby  Jane,  domestic,  969  Grove 

Corcoran  Daniel  P.,  tailor,  res  605  Harrison 

Corcoran  James,  gardener,  res  cor  Twelfth  and  Cypress 

Cordan  Antonio  C,  barber,  res  506  East  15th 

Cordell  William  A.,  carpenter,  res  808  Jefferson 

C order  Francis  E.,  res  Julia  nr  East  14th 

Corder  Thomas  TV.,  tallow  renderer  Stockyards,  res  W  s 
San  Pablo  av  nr  Alcatraz 

COKDES  HERMAN,  proprietor  Oakland  Broom  Factory, 
S  s  Sixth  nr  Broadway,  res  NW  cor  Seventh  and  Kirk- 
ham 

Corley  Thomas,  nurseryman,  res  Redwood  av  nr  Fruit  Vale  av 


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OAKLAND    [  Q  ]    DIRECTORY.  151 

CORLIES  &  MERRITT  (Joseph  N.  Corlies  and  Isaac  Mer- 

ritt)  lumber,  office  foot  Market 
Corlies  Joseph  N.  (Corlies  &  Merritt)  res  SE  cor  Market 

and  Tenth 
Cornell  Charles  M.,  carpenter,  520  Fifth,  res  1113  Eighth  av 
Cornell  John,  purser  Humboldt   Steamship  Co.,  res  1269 

Twelfth 
Cornor  C.  W.,  boot   and   shoemaker,   460  Twelfth,  res  620 

Franklin 
Cornwall  A.,  dentist,  res  SW  cor  Merrimac  pi  and  Webster 
Cornwell  Joseph  H.,  merchant,  res  1156  Alice 
Corrigau  Peter,  boilermaker,  res  824  Linden 
Corteljon  Cornelius,  dairy  produce,  res  835  Market 
Cory  Jane  E.  Mrs.,  res  728  Eleventh 
Cosgrove  P.,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 
Cosmopolitan  House,  S.J.  Dodge  proprietor,  859  Broadway 
Cosstanich  John,  with  N.  Williams,  res  Eighth  bet  Wash- 
ington and  Clay 
Costa  John,  res  5  Lewis 

Costello  Frank,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 
Costello  Martin,  laborer  W.  D.  Co. 
Costello  Michael,  porter,  res  763  Castro 
Costello  William,  laborer,  res  613  Sixth,  rear 
Costigan  John  H.,  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av 

nr  Temescal 
Costigan  James,  res  1303  Franklin 
Costinich  John,  clerk,  res  508  Eighth 
Cotter  William,  res  N  s  Brown  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Cotter  William  J.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  N  s  Brown  nr  San 

Pablo  av 
Cotton  Cyrus,  broker,  res  706  Filbert 
Cotton   Frank   E.,    superintendent   California   Bridge    and 

Building  Co.,  res  NE  cor  Walton  and  Grove 
Cotton  Jared  C,  bookkeeper  Enterprise  Mill,  res  N  s  Walton 

bet  Telegraph  av  and  Grove 
Cotton  J.  C.  Mrs.,  res  Ns  Walton  bet  Telegraph  av  and 

Grove 
Cotton  Lee  F.,  painter,  res  Russell  House 
Cotton  Leila  L.  Miss,  student  University 
Cottrell  Henry,  bookkeeper  and  assistant  secretary  Union 

Club  (S.  F.)  res  706  Tenth 
Coughlin  Dennis,  milkman,  res  771  Eleventh 
Coughlin  Jeremiah,  hostler  with  W.  A.  Richards 
Coughlin  John,   blacksmith  helper   C.  P.  R.  R.,   res  1517 

Seventh 
Coughlin  John,  painter,  res  519  Sixth 


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Couglilin  John,  tinsmith  with  M.  De  La  Montanya,  res  Ninth 

bet  Washington  and  Clay 
Couglilin  T.  L.,  grainer,  408  Tenth,  res  cor  Central  av  and 

McPherson,  Alameda 
Couglilin  Winnifred,  domestic,  NW  cor  Twelfth  and  Castro 
Cougot  Charles,  waiter  Washington  Hotel 
Coulter    William,    painter   with    M.    J.    Finnigan,    res   617 

Tenth 
County  Auditor,    Charles  G.  Reed,  County   Court   House, 

room  1 
County  Clerk,  Charles  G.  Reed,  County  Court  House,  room  1 
County  Coroner,  William  Helmer,  1112  Broadway 
County  Court,  Stephen  G.  Nye  judge,  County  Court  House, 

room  1  second  floor 
County  Court  House,  W  s  Broadway,  bet  Fourth  and  Fifth 
County  Recorder,  Thomas  A.  Smith,  County  Court  House, 

room  9 
County  Sheriff,  H.  N.  Morse,  County  Court  House,  room  8 
County  Superintendent  Public  Schools,    W.  F.  B.  Lynch, 

office  County  Court  House 
County  Surveyor,  Luis  Castro,  County  Court  House,  room  4 
County  Tax  Collector,    Charles  E.    Palmer,   County   Court 

House,  room  2 
County  Treasurer,  Charles  E.  Palmer,  County  Court  House, 

room  2 
Courrages  John,  tripe  factory,  Butchertown,  res  S  s  Spring 

nr  Adeline 
Coursen  E.  A.  (Lafferty  &  Coursen)   res  Fourth  bet  Grove 

and  Castro 
Courtenay  S.  H.,  clerk  with  E.  D.  Block  &    Co.,  res  529 

Eighth 
Courteney  Bridget,  domestic,  1143  Myrtle 
COURVOISIER  F.  L.,  groceries   and   provisions,  NW  cor 

Eighth  and  Webster,  res  320  Eighth 
Cousins  Michael,  deckhand  Oakland  Ferry,  res  S.  F. 
Coutolenc  J.  H.,  butcher,  NE  cor  Jefferson  and  Third,  res 

574  Third 
Covaco  J.  S.,  boot  and  shoemaker,  412  Seventh 
Coveny  John,  carpenter,  res  El  Dorado  House 
Covert  Frederick,  painter,  res  480  Laurel 
Covert  S.  H.,  painter,  res  1310  Franklin 
Cowan  David,  shipwright,  res  cor  Wood  and  Pacific 
Cowan  William  H.,  carpenter  with  W.   H.  Barnes,  res  N  s 

Thirty-ninth  nr  Telegraph  av 
Coward  H.  G.,  miner,  res  SE  cor  Eighth  and  Jackson 
Cowell  Ernest  V.,  student  University 


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OAKLAND     [C]    DIRECTORY.  153 

Cowell  John,  carpenter,  res  SW  cor  East  18th  and  Eighth  av 
Cowell  Richard,  carpenter,  res  N  s  East  16th  bet  Eighth  and 

Ninth  avs 
Cowell  Thomas,  laborer,  res  S  s  East   17th   bet  Thirteenth 

and  Fourteenth  avs 
Cowell  Williston,  res  W  s  Hollis  nr  B 
Cowes  William,  head  waiter  Nicoll  House  Restaurant 
Cowles  Edwin  W.,  student  University,  res  Chi  Phi  House 
COWLEY  JAMES,  carpenter  and  builder,  W.  B.  Point 
Cox  D.  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  833  Clay 
Cox  George,  woodturner  with  Kragen  &  Co.  (S.  F.)  res  N  s 

B  nr  Haven 
Cox  Harris  G.  (Fitch  &  Cox)  res  NE  cor  Bristol  and  Third, 

W.  Berkeley 
Cox  James  W.,  painter   res  N  s  University  av,  nr  Fifth,  W. 

Berkeley 
Cox  James  W.,  warehouseman,  res  N  s  Merrimac  pi  nr  Tel- 
egraph av 
Cox  P.  M.  (McCabe  &  Cox)  res  837  Market 
Cox  Samuel,  gardener  with  A.  K.  P.  Harmon 
Cox  Thomas,  turner  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  N  s  Bay  nr 

Haven 
Coxhead  T.  C,   homeopathic   physician,   res  Sixteenth    bet 

Castro  and  Grove 
Coy  James,  carpenter,  res  Mansion  House,  E.  O. 
Coyne  John  T.,  waiter  Windsor  House 
Coyne  Michael,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  B.,  res  825  Chester 
Coyne  Sarah  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Twenty-sixth  bet  San  Pablo  av 

and  Grove 
Cozzens  J.  A.  Mrs.,  res  172  Second 
Crabtree  Benjamin,  res  1219  Jefferson 
Crabtree  Convers  L.,  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R,  res  568  Sixth 
Cradock  — ,  atty-at-law  (S.  F.)  res  614  Franklin 
Craffe  Henry,  res  NW  cor  East  16th  and  Twentieth  av 
Craft  John,  'hostler,  1051  Market 
Crafts  F.  H.,  oysterman,  res  657  Jackson 
Craig  Andrew,  salesman  Oakland  Lumber  Yard,  res  NE  cor 

Jefferson  and  Tenth 
Craig  A.  W.,  photographer,  res  310  Third 
Craig  Bessie  M.  Miss,  res  963  Center 

Craig  Frederick,  laborer,  res  E  s  Lewis  bet  Fifth  and  Seventh 
Craig  Henry,  plumber,  res  N  s  Forty-fifth  nr  Telegraph  av 
Craig  Homer  A.,  secretary  Alameda  County  Branch  Home 

Mutual  Insurance  Co.   and  agent  Pacific  Mutual  Life 

Insurance  Co.,  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Ninth,  res  SWcor 

Grove  and  Walton 


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Craig  Hugh,  insurance  agent  (S.  F.)  res  1126  Myrtle 

Craig  Julia  A.,  widow,  res  310  Third 

CRAIG  LEES  D.,  mining  engineer,  48  Merchants'  Exchange 
(S.  F.)  res  963  Center 

Craig  Phoebe  C.  Miss,  res  963  Center 

Craig  Randolph  R.,  mining,  res  W  s  Center  nr  Tenth 

Craig  V.,  photographer,  res  310  Third 

CRAIG  W.  H.,  dentist,  1055  Broadway,  res  N  s  Thirteenth 
bet  Clay  and  Jefferson 

Craig  William  H.,  clerk  auditor's  office  C.  P.  R.  R.  (S.  F.) 
res  12  Pearson's  Row 

Craig  W.  P.,  treasurer  California  Fire  and  Water  Proof  Paint 
Co.,  956  Broadway,  res  SW  cor  Grove  and  Walton 

Craker  Judson  T,,  blindmaker  withN.  W.  Cole  &  Co.  (S.  F.) 
res  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Wood  and  Willow 

Cramer  A.  E.  H.,  bookkeeper  Union  Savings  Bank,  res  W  s 
Broadway  nr  Twentieth 

Cramer  H.  P.  (Bailey  &  Cramer)  res  S.  F. 

Cramer  Peter,  hostler  Oakland  R.  R.  Co. 

Crampton  Thomas,  plasterer,  res  Eland  House 

Crampton  Thomas  S.,  carpenter,  res  Eagle  House 

Crampton  William  M.,  freight  clerk  Oakland  Wharf,  res  25 
Silver,  S.  F. 

Crandell  Benjamin,  dairyman,  res  SW  cor  East  19th  and 
Twelfth  av 

Crandell  Thomas  B.,  res  N  s  East  18th  bet  Eleventh  and 
Twelfth  avs 

Crane  Charles  W.,  advertising  agent  (S.  F.)  res  1059  Poplar 

Crane  E.  Herndon,  student  University 

Crane  E.  J.,  res  1379  Jackson 

Crane  George  E.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Cypress  nr  Fifteenth 

Crane  James,  with  California  Watch  Co. 

Crane  James  E.,  clerk  W.  D.  Co.,  res  412  Fourteenth 

Crane  James  H.,  insurance  agent,  res  1059  Poplar 

Crane  S.  W.,  res  Park  House,  W.  B. 

Cranmer  U.  A.  Mrs.,  res  NE  cor  Bancroft  way  and  Ells- 
worth. B. 

Cranmer  William  S.,  student  University,  res  NE  cor  Ban- 
croft way  and  Ellsworth,  B. 

Cranmer  May  A.  Miss,  student  University,  res  NE  cor  Ban- 
croft way  and  Ellsworth,  B. 

Crann  Kate,  widow,  res  W  s  Cedar  bet  Goss  and  Short 

Craven  Andrew  F.,  principal  Alameda  High  School,  res  St. 
James'  House 

Craven  Henry,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Fourth  bet  Castro 
and  Brush 


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Craven  H.  S.,  civil  and  mining  engineer,  res  56  Seventh 

Cravens  Henry  H.,  barber,  res  715  Fourth 

Crawford  A.  W.,  carpenter  with  Power  &  Ough,  res  624 
Second 

Crawford  J.  W.,  farmer,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Alcatraz  av 

Crawford  M.  M.  Mrs.,  student  Tavlor's  Business  College,  res 
729  Myrtle 

Crawford  Sewell  G.,  carpenter,  res  729  Myrtle 

Crawford  S.  G.,  piano  tuner,  res  729  Myrtle 

Crawford  Thomas  O.,  principal  Lincoln  Grammar  School, 
res  1156  Broadway 

Crawford  Thomas  O.,  principal  Lincoln  Grammar  School, 
res  1156  Broadway 

Crawford  William,  paper  hanger,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 

Creaser  James,  carpenter,  res  722  Filbert 

Creed  Ann,  widow,  res  707  Fifth 

Cregar  Nelson  S.,  laborer  TV.  D.  Co. 

CrellinF.  A.,  student  Tavlor's  Business  College,  res  1061  Oak 

Crellin  John  (Morgan  k  Co.,  S.  F.)  res  1061  Oak 

Crellin  Louis,  student  Tavlor's  Business  College,  res  1061 
Oak 

Crellin  W.,  student  Taylor's  Business  College,  res  1061  Oak 

Cressey  C.  J.,  banker,  res  312  Fourteenth 

Crissman  Jeremiah,  res  668  Fourteenth 

Crist  E.  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  914  Harrison 

Crist  Elsa,  domestic  807  Market 

Crist  G.  F.,  proprietor  Brooklyn  Tannery,  res  cor  East  14th 
and  Twenty-first  av 

Crites  Lucy  P.,  widow,  res  N  s  Taylor  nr  Willow 

Crittenden  Carrie  C.  Miss,  student  University 

Crittenden  D  wight,  res  971  Market 

Crocker  C.  F.,  clerk  superintendent's  office  C.  P.  B.  B.,  res 
S.  F. 

Crocker  George  D.,  mining,  res  1114  Twelfth 

Crocker  Rebecca,  domestic  Chi  Phi  House 

Crocker  J.,  brakeman  C.  P.  B.  B.,  res  1762  Goss 

Crocker  TVinslow,  carpenter,  res  1169  West 

CROCKETT  J.  B.,  judge  Supreme  Court,  res  S  s  East  14th 
nr  Twenty-eighth  av,  Fruit  Yale 

Crockett  John,  mining  secretary,  rest  S  s  East  14th  nr  Twen- 
ty-eighth av,  Fruit  Yale 

Crockett  Bobert,  law  clerk,  res  S  |s  East  14th  nr  Twenty- 
eighth  av,  Fruit  Yale 

Croke  James,  carpenter,  res  "W  s  Adeline  nr  Twenty-fourth 

Croken  Patrick,  carpenter,  res  "W  s  Magnolia  nr  Thirty- 
second 


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Cromo  J.  H.,  carpenter,  res  Capital  Hotel 

Crompton  Charles,  fireman  C.  P.  K.  R.,   res  612  East  12th 

Crompton  John,  engineer,  612  East  11th 

Cron  William,  butcher,  res  S  s  East  12th  nr  Eighteenth  av 

Cronan  Ellen,  widow,  res  561  East  15th 

Cronin  Daniel  N.,  driver  Brooklyn  Engine  No.  4,  res  Brook- 
lyn Dining  Boom 

Cronin  John,  farmer,  res  Redwood  av  nr  Fruit  Vale  av 

Cronin  Stephen  D.,  saloon,  NE  cor  Laurel  and  San  Pablo  av 

Cronin  Thomas,  laborer,  S  s  University  av  bet  First  and 
Second,  W.  B. 

Cronin  — ,  res  Berkeley  House 

Cronkrite  John  W.,  boot  and  shoemaker,  NE  cor  Fifth  and 
Lewis 

Crooker  E.  H.,  carpenter  Grove-st  Planing  Mill,  res  475 
Sixth 

Cropley  Simmons,  laborer,  res  Louisiana  House 

Cropper  William  L.,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  W  s  Filbert  nr 
Twenty-eighth 

Crosby  Charles,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  N  s  Eighth  nr 
Willow 

Crosley  H.  W^.,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Nicoll  House 

Crosley  J.  S.,  dairy  produce,  poultry,  fruit,  etc.,  1-3  City 
Market,  res  954  Broadway 

Cross  B.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Eighth  nr  Wood 

Cross  Hattie  P.  Miss,  res  N  s  Eighth  nr  Wood 

Cross  Josephine,  chambermaid  RofT's  Hotel 

Crossland  John,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Star  Hotel 

Crossman  John,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  959  Third 

Crosson  Daniel,  plumber  with  James  McGivney,  res  Seven- 
teenth bet  Brush  and  West 

Crosson  Mary  A.  Mrs.,  res  769  Seventeenth 

Croswell  Lizzie  B.  Miss,  teacher  Peralta  School,  res  NE  cor 
Shattuck  and  Mariposa  av,  North  Temescal 

Crouch  Thomas  S.,  harnessmaker,  749  East  12th 

Crouch  W.  T.  Mrs.,  res  668  Fourteenth 

Crow  Edward  W.,  res  1144  Myrtle 

Crow  Isaac  P.,  res  SE  cor  Twenty-first  and  Market 

Crow  William  D.,  foreman  Democrat,  res  Winsor  House 

Crowell  Eugene  E.,  foreman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  E  s  Chestnut 
bet  Tenth  and  Twelfth 

Crowell  George  F.,  res  cor  Adeline  and  Forty-first 

Crowell — ,  mail  agent  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Sunnyside  House 

Crowley  Cornelius,  saloon,  1837  Seventh 

Crowley  Daniel,  plumber  with  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res  S  s 
Twenty-sixth  nr  Grove 


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Crowley  John,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  S  s  Pacific  nr  Camp- 
bell 
Crowley  Michael,  laborer,  res  810  Market 
Cruess  Ann  Mrs.,  res  E  s  Wood  nr  Chase 
Cruff  Thomas  A.,  clerk  with  Mix  &  Boyce,  res  320  Eighth 
Crumb  Edgar  D.,  U.  S.  Mint  (S.  F.)  res   W  s  Broadway  nr 

Twentieth 
Cruse  An  tone,  laborer  C.  P.  R   R. 
Cruse  Patrick,  laborer,  res  615  Madison 
Cruse  William,  foreman  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Seventh  nr  Pine 
Cruz  Manuel,  deckhand  Oakland  Ferry,  res  E  s  Harlan  nr 

Peralta 
Cubery  William  M.,  printer  (S.  F.)  res  960  Eighth 
Cuddy  John,  printer   (S.  F.)    res   N  s   Twelfth  bet  Willow 

and  Campbell 
Cuddy  Jeremiah,  deckhand  Oakland  Ferry,  res  S.  F. 
Cuff  Thomas,  farmer,  res  N  s  Alcatraz  av  nr  Telegraph  av 
Culburtson  Mary  K.,  teacher Poston's Seminary,  resE  s  Oak 

bet  Tenth  and  Eleventh 
Culhane  G.,  groceries  and  liquors,  store  and  res  751  Willow 
Cullen  M.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Cullen  Thomas,  machinist  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Eighth  bet  WTood 

and  Willow 
Cullerton  Michael,  wines  and  liquors,  NE  cor  Seventh  and 

Jefferson 
Cumberson  William,   chief  engineer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Grand 

Western  Hotel 
Cumming  David,  assistant  instructor  mathematics  University 
Cummings  A.,  res  N  s  Seventh  bet  Wood  and  Pine 
Cummings  Josie  Miss,    dressmaker   with  Emil   Wells,  res 

Cedar  nr  Seventh 
Cummings  Hannah  Miss,   dressmaker,   res  W  s  Cedar  bet 

Goss  and  Short 
Cummings  W.  T.,  telegraph  operator,    C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  26 

Rincon  pi  (S.  F.) 
Cummins  A.  B.,  res  685  Brown 
Cummins  Clara,  widow,  res  685  Brown 
Cummins  David,   plasterer,  res  SE  cor  San  Pablo  av  and 

Logan 
Cunningham  Frank,  laborer,  res  Eagle  House 
Cunningham  Joseph  A.,    conductor  C.    P.   R.   R.,  res  N  s 

Eighth  nr  Campbell 
Cunningham  Margaret  Mrs.,  millinery  arid  millinery  goods, 

960  Broadway 
Cunningham  P.   R.  with  California  Mills  (S.   F.)  res  569 

Eighth 


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Cunningham  T.  J.,  clerk  with  Richard  Horton,  res  Pacific 

nr  Webster,  Alameda 
Curley  John,  laborer,  res  NE  cor  Tenth  and  Franklin 
Curley  Patrick  C,  saloon  and  res  SW  cor  Forty-fifth  and 

Telegraph  av 
Curran  Rose,  widow,  res  SE  cor  Willow  and  Lincoln 
Current  Hugh  S.,  res  S  s  Fourteenth  nr  Franklin 
Currier  Wallace  O.,  student  University 
Curry  John,  res  411  Seventh 

Curtin  David,  laborer,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Temescal 
Curtin  Michael,   engineer  C.   P.  R.  R.,  res  Central  Pacific 

Railroad  House 
Curtis  Edward,  broommaker,  res  S  s  William  bet  Campbell 

and  Willow 
Curtis  James  A.,  hostler  with  Bentley  Bros,   res  NE  cor 

Shattuck  and  University  av,  B 
Curtis  J.  M.,  atty-at-law   (S.  F.)  res  S  s  Twelfth  between 

Kirkham  and  Center 
Curtis  John,  res  N  s  Walton  nr  Telegraph  av 
Curtis  Lucian  Mrs.,   res  S  s  East  19th  between  Sixth  and 

Seventh  avs 
Curtis  Marshall,  res  779  Sixth 
Curtis  Michael,  farmer,   res  N  s  University  av  nr  San  Pablo 

av,  W.  B. 
CURTIS  MURRAY,  pedlar,  res  1007  Seventh 
Curtis  Stephen,  res  N  s  William  nr  Telegraph  av 
Curtis  Thomas,  watchman  Contra  Costa  Laundry,    res  S  s 

Twenty-second  nr  Linden 
Curtis  W.  B.,  res  1008  Ninth  av 

Curtis  William  F.,  contractor,  res  E  s  Linden  nr  Twelfth 
Cusheon  John,   laborer,   res  Eighth  av    bet   Eleventh  and 

Twelfth 
CUSHING  &  RYDER,  (John  Gushing  and  Andrew  Ryder) 

groceries,  Nicoll  Block,  cor  Ninth  and  Washington 
Gushing  A.  D.,   engineer  C.   P.   R.  R.,   res  East  11th  bet 

Twelfth  and  Thirteenth  avs 
Cushing  Clinton,  physician  and  surgeon,  SW  cor  Ninth  and 

Broadway 
Cushing  Frank  W.,  assistant  postmaster,  res  1253  Clay 
Cushing  John  (Cushing  &  Ryder)  res  1228  Franklin 
Cushing  Simeon  M.,  shipping  clerk  with  I.  Friedlander,  res 

808  Clay 
Cusick  Lucy,  seamstress,  D.  and  D.  and  B.  Asjdum 
Cuthbertson  W.  J.,  architect,  461  Ninth,  res  824  Wallace 
Cutler  A.  W.,  carpenter,  res  813  East  14th 
Cutting  F.,  (Cutting  Packing  Co.,    S.  F.)  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 


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Cutting  James  R.,  stationery,  books  and  confectionery  NE 

cor  Pine  and  Seventh,  res  E  s  Chester  nr  Ninth 
Cutting  Osmond,  carpenter,  res  518  Sixth 
Cutting  Walter  J.,  carpenter,  res  518  Sixth 


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D'Ancona  Abraham  A.,  student  University 
D'Estrella  T.  D.,  teacher  D.  and  D.  and  B.  Asylum 
D'Estrella  Theophilus,  student  University 
Dagen  Samuel  A.,  clerk  with  H.  Bowman,  res  661  Grove 
Daggett  Louisa  Mrs.,  res  N  s  East  15th  between  Fifth  and 
Sixth  avs 

Daggett  Westley,  res  N  s  East  15th  between  Fifth  and  Sixth 
avs 

Dagnan  Michael,  fireman  steamer  Capital 

Dagnell  Michael,  res  E  s  Castro  nr  Twentieth 

Dahl  Frederick,   carpenter  with  Power   &    Ough     res  cor 
Eleventh  av  and  East  23d 

Dahlbom  Charles,  hostler  with  T.  F.  Bagge,    SE  cor  Center 
and  Seventhj 

Dahle  Annie  Mrs.,  seamstress,  res  856  Franklin 

Dahlen  Francis,  res  1514  San  Pablo  av 

Dailey  Peter  J.,   cigars  and  news  depot,  1762  Seventh,  res 
W  s  W  lllow  nr  Chase 

DALLY  EVENING  DEMOCRAT,  John  Wanless  proprie- 
tor and  publisher,  474  Twelfth 

DAILY  EVENING  TRIBUNE,    Tribune    Publishing    Co. 
publishers  and  proprietors,  911  Broadway 

DAILY  OAKLAND  TRANSCRIPT,  Chamberlain  &  Pow- 
ers, proprietors,  911  Broadway 

Daingerfield  William  R.,   student   University,  res  Chi  Phi 
House 

Dakes  &  Smith  (R.  H.  Dakes  and  George  H.   Smith)  car- 
nage painters,  1062  Thirteenth  av 

Dakes  Priscilla  J.  Mrs.,   dressmaker,   res  W  s  Curtis  bet 
Nineteenth  and  Twentieth 

Dakes  Richard  H.,   (Dakes  &  Smith)   res  W  s  Curtis  nr 
Twentieth 

Daley  Richard,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Market 

Daley  Timothy,  teamster,  res  St.  Louis  House 

Dalghesh  George,  stairbuilder  W.  D.  Co.,  res  1712  Eighth 

Dallam  Frank  M.,  compositor  Tribune,  res  1104  Broadway 


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Dallam  R.  B.   (Armes  &  Dallam,    S.  F.)  res  NE  cor  Grove 

and  Fifteenth 
Dallimore  William  J.,  farmer  with  Horatio  P.   Livermore, 

res  N  s  Thirty-fifth  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Dalton  Henry  P.,  student  University 
Dalton  James,  laborer,  W.  D.  Co. 
Dalton  John,  fireman  Oakland  Ferry,  res  S.  F. 
Dalton  John,   smoother  Contra  Costa  Laundry,   cor  Four- 
teenth and  Peralta 
Dalton  P.  E. (Contra  Costa  Laundry  Association)  res  1751 

Howard,  S.  F. 
Daly  Charles,  clerk  with  M.  C.  Hawley   &  Co.   (S.   F.)   res 

SW  cor  Sixth  av  and  East  10th 
Daly  Dennis,  marble  polisher  with   J.    Sullivan,    res    417 

Seventh 
Daly  John,  carpenter,  res  565  Second 
Daly  John,  carpenter,  res  1002  Third 
Daly  Timothy,  teamster,  res  St.  Louis  House 
Daly  — ,  laborer,  res  808  Chester,  rear 
Dalziel   &   Moller    (Robert    Dalziel   and   William    Moller) 

plumbers,  gasfitters  and  importers  gas  fixtures,  NW  cor 

Thirteenth  and  Broadway 
DALZIEL  JAMES,  stoves  and  tinware,  1153  Broadway,  res 

752  Fifteenth 
Dalziel  Robert  (Dalziel  &  Moller)  res  518  Fifteenth 
Dalziel  —  Miss,  res  957  Washington 
Dam  Alphonso,  engineer,  res  763  Fifth 
Dam  Cyrus,  piledriver,  res  718  Market 
Dam  G.  W.  (Pope,  Dam  &  Green)  res  916  Broadway 
Dam  Harry  J.,  reporter  S.  F.  Evening  Post,  res  S  s  Locust 

nr  Telegraph  av 
Dam  L.  E.  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Locust  nr  Telegraph  av 
Dam  Samuel,  laborer,  res  763  Fifth 
Damcholer  Bruno,  driver  Blair's  Dairy,  res  Montecito  av  nr 

Peralta  av 
Damon  Baxter,  collector  (S.  F.)  res  766  Fourteenth 
Damon  James  E.,  real  estate  agent  (S.  F.)  res  766  Four- 
teenth 
Damon  Lizzie  Miss,  teacher  piano,  res  766  Fourteenth 
Dana  Edward,  bartender  with  James  Mofntt 
Danahan  Catherine,  domestic,  S  s  Dwight  way  nr  Ellsworth 
Danforth  Edward,  bookkeeper,  res  409  Twelfth 
Danforth  George  S.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res 

309  Third 
Danide  Peter,  mariner,   res  W  s  Harrison  bet  Third  and 

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(Formerly    ALAMEDA    COUNTY    GAZETTE .) 


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THE  GAZETTE  WAS  STARTED  IN  1855  AND  IS  NOW  22  YEARS  OLD 


J.  S.  G.  GORDON,  wholesale  and  retail  dealer  in  ICE,  469  Ninth  st. 


OAKLAND     [  JJ  ]    DIRECTORY.  161 

Daniels  Arthur  F.,  upholsterer  with  E.  Hook,  res  1956  Fil- 
bert 

Dauiels  Gilbert  B.,  salesman  with  E.  Hook,  res  1956  Filbert 

Daniels  Henry  W.,  steward  Piedmont  Springs  Hotel 

Daniels  J.  M.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Brush  nr  Seventh 

Daniels  Seth  F.,  atty-at-law,  456  Eighth,  res  1956  Filbert 

Danielson  B.,  clerk,  res  820  East  12th 

Danike  Daniel,  teamster,  res  Roff 's  Hotel 

Dannaker  William  A.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  William  bet  Wood 
and  Willow 

Danten  George,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Darche  Ernestine,  with  Cal.  Watch  Co. 

Darche  Frank  P.,  cook,  res  E  s  Third  nr  Addison,  W.  B. 

DARGIE  WILLIAM  E.,  manager  Oakland  Tribune  Pub- 
lishing Co.,  911  Broadway.,  res  Prospect  pi  nr  Tele- 
graph ay 

Dargin  John,  carpenter,  res  863  Campbell 

Darling  E.  D.,  gasfitter,  res  Sunnyside  House 

Darling  Thomas  L.,  grainer,  res  1305  Alice 

Darnal  John  C,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  S  s  Taylor  bet  Pine 
and  Cedar 

Darragh  Lucy  Mrs.,  res  1804  William 

Darris  Thomas,  driver  Oakland  R.  R.  Co. 

Darrow  M.  E.  Mrs.,  res  1156  Alice 

Dart  Putnam  C,  commission  merchant  (S.  F.)  res  1129 
Myrtle 

Dauriac  John  J.,  res  1268  Grove 

Davenport  George  L.,  surveyor  with  M.  G.  King,  res  328 
Eighth 

Davenport  Jefferson,  miller,  res  W  s  Lusk  nr  Evoy  av 

David  Sidney,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Adeline  nr  Thirty -fourth 

Davidson  Frank,  driver  with  G.  H.  Naegle,  res  cor  Market 
and  Thirteenth 

Davidson  James,  real  estate,  res  E  s  Henry  bet  Third  and 
Fifth 

Davidson  William  M.,  laborer,  res  813  Thirteenth 

Davillo  J.  M.,  laborer  with  W.  A.  Bray 

Davis  A.  S.,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  res  N  s  Ninth  nr  Chester 

Davis  B.  J.,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Railroad  Exchange 

Davis  Carroll  M.,  student  Universit}',  res  809  Castro 

Davis  Charles  B.,  calker,  res  W  s  Kirkham  nr  Eighth 

Davis  Charles  E.,  clerk  with  Watson  &  Co.  (S.  F.)  res  cor 
Ninth  and  Brush 

Davis  Charles  W.,  carpenter,  res  cor  Bristol  and  Fourth, 
W.  B. 

Davis  David  A.,  carpenter,  res  410  Tenth 


HIIRPQT    JP    MIIWTTD   BUY  and  SELL  REAL  ESTATE  and  MINING  PROPERTY-LOANS 
UlLCLlil    0(   MUll  I  Lll  NEGOTIATED.     224  Montgomery  st.  S.  F.,  or  Park  st.  Alameda. 


Woodward  &  Taggart- HOMES   ON  THE  INSTALLMENT  PLAN, 


p|    162  OAKLAND     [  J)  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Davis  Edward  W.,  farmer,  res  Fruit  Yale  av 

Davis  Edmund  S.,  surveyor  general  (Nevada)  res  769  Eighth 

Davis  Eliza,  domestic  D.  and  D.  and  B.  Asylum 

Davis  F.  A.,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Davis  Frederick  A.,  clerk  with  A.  Roman  &  Co.  (S.  F.)  res 
769  Eighth 

Davis  Frederick  W.,  res  1115  Tenth  av 

Davis  G.  A.  J.,  merchant,  res  554  Charter 

Davis  Granville,  bootmaker,  res  573  Eighth 

Davis  Harris,  furniture,  716  Broadway,  res  Washington  bet 
Third  and  Fourth 

Davis  Henry,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  cor  Atlantic  and 
Pine 

Davis  Henry  B.,  calker  W.  D.  Co.,  res  1023  Third 

Davis  James,  driver  with  E.  Hook 

Davis  James,  farmer,  res  Telegraph  road  nr  University  av,  B. 

Davis  James,  shoemaker  with  Harry  W.  Howell,  res  Oak- 
land Point 

Davis  James  H.,  whitener,  res  W  s  Filbert  nr  Twenty -first 

Davis  John,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  B.,  res  NW  cor  Grove  and 
T  wen  ty-se  venth 

Davis  John,  teamster,  res  NE  cor  San  Pablo  av  and  Walton 

Davis  John  H.,  butcher,  shop  and  res  W  s  Thirteenth  av 
bet  East  12th  and  East  14th 

Davis  J.  T.,  coachman  with  G.  S.  Dodge 

Davis  Luther,  hostler  New  York  Stables,  res  SW  cor  Eighth 
and  Webster 

Davis  Manuel,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  B. 

Davis  Marks,  tailor,  472  Eighth 

DAVIS  P.  E.,  Domestic  and  Grover  &  Baker  Sewing  Ma- 
chines, stamping  and  embroidery,  1161  Broadway,  res 
561  Seventh 

Davis  Robert,  res  N  s  Dwight  way  nr  Humboldt  av,  B. 

Davis  R.  G.,  cabinetmaker  (S.  F.)  res  W  s  Webster  nr 
Prospect  pi 

Davis  Samuel  S.,  porter,  res  W  s  Adeline  nr  Twenty-sixth 

Davis  Sewing  Machines,  S.  G.  Early  agent,  1101  Broadway 

Davis  Thomas,  driver  Oakland  R.  R.  Co.,  res  cor  Forty- 
ninth  and  Telegraph  av,  Temescal 

Davis  Thomas  F.,  clerk,  res  809  Castro 

Davis  William  H.,  housesmith,  res  712  Chester 

Davis  William  H.,  real  estate  agent,  res  SW  cor  Twelfth 
and  Campbell 

Davis  William  W.,  farmer,  res  831  Myrtle 

Davis  W.  W.  Mrs.,  res  604  Seventeenth 

Davison  Douglas,  carriagemaker,  res  S  s  Fifth  nr  Lewis 


'IFDMIINT    HfiTFI    HAS  BEEN  TH0R0UGHLY  RENOVATED,  and  now ofers 


great  attractions  to  the  public  as  a  POPULAR  RESORT. 


Gordon's  wagons  supply  families  in  Oakland.  Berkeley  &  Alameda. 


OAKLAND    [D]    DIRECTORY.  163 

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Davison  L.,  gilder  with  Lutz  &  Berg,  res  Center  nr  Seventh 
Davisson  Bobert  G.,  res  SW  cor  Third  av  and  East  loth 
Daw  John,  bookkeeper,  res  963  Castro 
Dawe  Frank,  molder,  res  366  Ninth 

Dawe  Frank  Mrs.,  dress  and  cloakmaker,  res  366  Ninth 
i   Dawes  Mary  A.  Mrs.,  res  323  Fifth 
DAWLESS   JOSEPH   W.,  architect,  res  SW  cor  Shattuck 

and  University  av,  B. 
Dawson  Elizabeth   A.,  dressmaker,  res  863  Clay 
;   Dawson  T.  M.  Rev.,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 
!   Dav  Clinton,  architect,  1104  Broadway,  res  1201  Alice 
I   Dav  John  E.,  vardmaster  C.  P.  B.  R.  Wharf,  res  829  Cedar 
\   Day  John  G.,  porter  C.  P.  B.  B.,  res  713  Fifth 
Day  J.  W.,  machinist  California  Watch  Co. 
Day  Lott,  furnished  rooms  and  boarding,  503  Eleventh 
Day  Richard,  res  Mansion  House,  E.  O. 
j   Day  Boger  S.,   insurance  agent,  422   Twelfth,    res   Nicoll 
House 
Daymond  George  F.,  ship  calker,  res  728  Myrtle 
Davton  S.  Audlev,  res  W  s  Eleventh  av  bet  East  16th  and 
*  East  17  th 
!   De  Buchberger  L.  Mine.,  teacher  music  and  languages,   res 
475  Ninth 
De  FORREST  &  CO.   (Henry  L.   De  Forrest)   general  job 
printers,  828  Broadway 
|   De  Forrest  Henry  L.  (De  Forrest  &  Co.)  res  731  Folsom,S.F 
De  Fremery  Herman  S.,  custom  house  broker  (S.  F.)  res  S 

s  Fourteenth  bet  Linden  and  Filbert 
De  Fremery  James,  banker  (S.  F.)  res  cor  Eighteenth  and 

Adeline 
De  Fremerv  William,  res  W  s  Franklin  bet  Seventeenth  and 

Durant 
De  Frietez  Vincent,  waiter  Tubbs'  Hotel 
De  Golia  Darwin,  bridge  tender  and  special  policeman,  res 

foot  of  Alice 
De  Golia  George  E.,  student  University,  res  foot  of  Alice 
De  Grange  I.  J.,  civil   engineer,  res   SW  cor  William  and 

Pine 
De  Gregori  Louis,  res  N  s  Atlantic  bet  Wood  and  Pine 
De  Jardin   Edward,    carpenter,    res   N    s   East   First    and 

Seventh  and  Eighth  avs 
De  La  Montanya  Hudson,  res  1004  Ninth  av 
DE  LA  MONT  ANY  A  M.,   stoves  and   tinware  and  metal 

roofing,  1011  Broadway,  res  656  Sixth 
De  La  Montanya  Matthew  jr.,  bookkeeper  with  M.  De  La 
Montanya,  res  656  Sixth 


PI!  RFRT  X   HllfJTFR    Real  estate  and  insurance  agents. 


O.Sice.  224  Montgomery  st..  S.  F..  or  Park  St.,  Alameda. 


WOODWARD  &  TAGGART  have  FARMS  and  RANCHES  for  Sale. 


164  OAKLAND     [D]    DIRECTORY. 

De  Larie  Louis,  gardener,  res  919  Adeline 

De  Leo  de  Laguna  A.,  proprietor  The  Kelsey  House,  E  s 
Telegraph  av  bet  Charter  and  Elm 

De  Leo  de  Laguna  William,  clerk,  res  The  Kelsey  House 

De  Maniel  Gustave,  bookkeeper,  res  SE  cor  Fifteenth  and 
and  Jefferson 

De  Morago  J.  R.  Mrs.,  res  1926  San  Pablo  av 

De  Pue  Edgar  J.,  clerk  with  Redington  &  Co.  (S.  F.)  res  N 
s  East  16th  bet  Eleventh  and  Twelfth  avs 

De  Pue  Frank  H.,  res  N  s  East  16th  bet  Eleventh  and 
Twelfth  avs 

De  Pue  James,  canvasser,  res  N  s  East  16th  bet  Eleventh 
and  Twelfth  avs 

De  Rochefort  Jennie  Mrs.,  res  612^  East  12th 

De  Tavel  T.  C.  H.,  physician,  res  460  Third 

De  Witt  James  M.  (Edwards  &  De  Witt)  NW  cor  Elev- 
enth and  Broadway 

De  Wolfe  Ella  H.  Miss,  student  University 

Deaf  and  Dumb  and  Blind  Asylum  (State)  1  mile  SE  of 
University,  B. 

Deal  Benjam  F.,  detective  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  E  s  Market  nr 
Seventeenth 

Deal  William  C,  student  University 

Dean  Bridget,  nurse,  cor  University  av  and  Pryals  lane 

Dean  E.  H.,  blacksmith's  helper  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  S  s  Wil- 
liam bet  Wood  and  Willow 

Dean  Elisha  B.  (E.  B.  Dean  &  Co.,   S.   F.)   res  1219  Grove 

Dean  Frank  M.,  with  Main  &  Winchester  (S.  F.)  res  951 
Willow 

Dean  George,  laborer  W.  D.  Co. 

Dean  George,  clerk,  res  664  Sixth 

Dean  J.  B.,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Dean  William  H.,  pastor  East  Oakland  Presbyterian  Church, 
res  N  s  East  15th  bet  Eleventh  and  Twelfth  avs 

Deane  CollT.,  stockbroker  (S.  F.)  res  Kelsey  House 

Deane  Edmond,  widow,  res  W  s  Eleventh  av  bet  East  14th 
and  East  15th 

Deane  John  (Murphy,  Grant  &  Co.,  S.  F.)  res  716  Fourteenth 

Dearborn  John  A.,  gardener,  res  W  s  Chestnut  nr  Thirty- 
second 

Deavers  Martin,  painter  W.  D.  Co. 

Deberg  Mary,  domestic,  563  Fifth 

Deboice  Elizabeth  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  res  555  Broadway 

Deboise  Luke,  stockowner,  Oakland  Trotting  Park 

Dedring  F.,  laborer  with  E.  Surryhne  &  Co.,  res  Cedar  bet 
Chase  and  Division 


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OAKLAND     [  JJ  ]    DIRECTORY.  165 

Deegan  Timothy,  laborer,  res  656  Jackson 

Deering  Barbara,  domestic,  838  Jackson 

Deering  Charles  J.,  res  Fruit  Vale  av  nr  East  27th 

Deering  Henry,  tailor,  1018  Broadway 

Deery  Mary,  nurse  Blake  House 

DEGEN   GEORGE   F.,    principal    Classical    and    English 

School,  res  1420  San  Pablo  av 
Degenhardt  William,    carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res 

653  Jackson 
Degnan  Michael,  gardener,  res  1033  Adeline 
Deguzee  Carl  W.,  steward  stmr  El  Capitan,  res  717  Center 
Deike  Frederick,  butcher,  res  N  s  East  16th  bet  Thirteenth 

and  Fourteenth  avs 
DEIKE  WILLIAM,  proprietor  East  Oakland  Hotel,  SE  cor 

East  12th  and  Fourteenth  av 
Deitrick  A.  A.,  butcher,  res  Ss  Twenty -ninth  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Deitrick  Alice  R.  Miss,  school  teacher,  res  Winsor  House 
Delaney  James,  laborer,  res  NW  cor  Adeline  and  First 
Delaney  William  F.,    bartender  with   John  Maher,   res  St. 

Louis  House 
Delaney  — ,  widow,  seamstress  with  Christian  Schreiber 
Delano  — ,  printer,  res  Franklin  House 
Delbon  Charles,  laborer,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 
Dellemagne  L.,  jeweler  with  Berger  &  Co.,  res  967  Broad- 
way 
Delger  Frederick,  real  estate,  res  524  Eighteenth 
Deluchi  Antonio,  dishwasher  Barnum's  Restaurant,  res  Ninth 

bet  Franklin  and  Webster 
Deluchi  Louis,  vegetable  garden,|E  s  Shattuck  nr  Mono  av, 

North  Temescal 
Deluchi  Lorenzo,  farmer,  E  s  Shattuck  J  mile  N  Temescal 
Demi  Augustus  (J.  Fredericks)  res  860  Lydia 
Demarais  Charles,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Lewis  bet  Second  and 

Third 
Demarais  George,  engineer  Oakland  Engine  Co.  No.  3.  res 

1662  Eighth 
DEMING  JAY,  agent  Whitney  &   Co.'s  Express,  res  Alta 

House 
Deming  John  D.,  mariner,  res  478  Twelfth 
Demming  D.  C,  driver  Oakland  R.  R. 

Dempsey  John,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  Second  and  Webster 
Dempsey  John,  plasterer,  res  NE  cor  Tenth  and  Franklin 
Dempsey  Lizzie,  domestic  with  H.  C.  Campbell 
Dempsey  Patrick,  carpenter,  res  823  Chester 
Denahey  Daniel,  laborer,  res  NE  cor  Adeline  and  First 
Denaut  E.,  fruit  and  vegetables,  459  Fourth 


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166  OAKLAND     [  J)  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Denehay  Daniel,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 
Denehay  David,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 
Dengler  John  D.,  cabinetmaker  with  P.  Schreiber,  res  831 

Franklin 
Denison  Charles  H.,  insurance  (S.  P.)  res  967  Market 
Denison  Eli  S.,  news  agent  C.  P.  P.  P.,  res  SW  cor  Eighth 

and  Myrtle 
Denman  Frank  H.,  student  University,  res  Berkeley  House 
Dennan  John,  laborer,  res  818  Twenty-first 
Dennen  A.  M.,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 
Dennen  Augustus  M.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Willow  bet  William 

and  Seventh 
Denner  Louis,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Harlan  nr  Peralta 
Dennis  William,  packer  with  Babcock  &  Gould 
Dennis  William  H.,  teamster  with  Thomas  &  Anderson,   res 

W  s  Broadway  bet  Linden  and  Weston  av 
Denny  J.  B.,  watchman  W.  D.  Co. 
Denny  M   E.  Mrs.,  res  1802  Grove 
Denslow  Harmon,  student  University 

Dent  F.  S.,  draughtsman  W.  D.  Co.,  res  5  Cushman,  S.  F. 
Denton  S.  P.  (Swenson,  Burcher  &  Denton)  res  W  s  Fifth 

nr  Delaware,  W.  B. 
Depue  William,  carpenter  Brooklyn  Planing  Mill,  res  1113 

Sixteenth  av 
Derby  Edward  M.  lumber  dealer,  res  S  s  East  14th  nr  Julia, 

Fruit  Vale 
Derby  Henry  J.,  with  J.  S.  Derby,  res  865  East  15th 
Derby. J.  S.,  proprietor  Oak  Grove  Tannery,   res  861  East 

12th 
Derby  Thomas,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Dermody  Patrick,  porter  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Dermot  John,  contractor  and  builder,  res  214  Eighth 
Des  Bochers  Charles  L.,   real  estate  agent,  res  610  Four- 
teenth 
Desmond  Mary,  domestic  with  S.  N.  Putnam 
Desmond  Patrick,  salesman  with  J.  J.   O'Brien  &  Co.,  res 

Grand  Central  Hotel 
Dessell  Frederick,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Detambel  William,  painter,  res  409  Ninth 
Detels  E.  J.,  apprentice  Alameda  Iron  Works,  res  SW  cor 

Seward  and  Peralta 
Detels  Martin,  grocer  (S.  F.)  res  SW  cor  Peralta  and  Seward 
Detels  William,   machinist  Pacific  Iron  Works  (S.  F.)  res 

SW  cor  Seward  and  Peralta 
Detering  Frederick,  farmer,"  res  W  s  Cedar  nr  Division 
Detrick  A.  P.  Miss,  teacher  penmanship,  res  Winsor  House 


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Drink  Pure  Eastern  Cider.      Gordon,  agent,  469  Ninth  street. 


OAKLAND     [  J)  ]    DIRECTORY.  167 

Dettermonz  R.,  laundryman  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Deuschle  John  J.,  contractor,  res  S  s  Forty-fourth  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Devers  Martin  J.,  painter,  res  E  s  Willow  nr  Lincoln 

Devine  Edward,  salesman  with  George  H.  Tay  <fe  Co.  (S.  F.) 
res  225  Second 

Devine  Michael,  res  701  Franklin 

Devine  Thomas,  stevedore  C.  P.  R.  E.,  res  863  Campbell 

Devoe  Zadie  Mrs.,  res  E  s  Webster  nr  Twenty-second 

Devoll,  George  B.,  res  1605  Telegraph  av 

Devoll  G.  B.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  1605  Telegraph  av 

Deweese  Cornelius,  liquor  merchant  (S.  F.)  res  W  s  Center 
between  Seventh  and  Eighth 

Dewes  L.  A.  Mrs.,  widow,  res  658  Ninth 

Dewes  Mrs.,  res  Blake  House 

DEWEY  ALFRED  T.,  (Dewey  &  Co.,  S.  F.)  res  Franklin 
bet  Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth 

DEXTER  LP7ERY  STABLE,  S.  A.  Brown  proprietor, 
NE  cor  Harrison  and  Twelfth 

Diard  Joseph  F.,  gardener,  res  Thirteenth  av,  Lynn 

Dias  G.  Mrs,  res  809  East  12th 

Dibble  William  M.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  SE  cor  Ells- 
worth and  University  av,  B. 

Dick  B.  C,  agent  London  Assurance  Corporation,  La  Caisse 
Generale  (French  Insurance  Corporation)  Western  As- 
surance Co.  (of  Toronto)  and  Lycoming  Fire  Insurance 
Co.  (of  Pennsylvania)  1004  Broadway,  res  518  East  12th 

DICK  WILLIAM'  &  CO.  (William  Dick)  dry  goods,  478 
Ninth 

Dick  William  (William  Dick  &  Co.)  res  1389  Telegraph  av 

Dickele  F.,  expressman,  NE  cor  Ninth  and  Broadway,  res 
Franklin  nr  Broadway 

Dickerson  David  E.,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  Thirteenth  av 
and  East  14th 

Dickerson  William  L.,  carpenter,  res  809  Henry 

Dickley  Frank,  expressman,  res  1003  Franklin 

Dicus  —  ,  carpenter,  res  809  Webster 

Diedrichsohn  Alexander,  saloon  and  billiards,  1816  Seventh 
res  S  s  William  bet  Wood  and  Willow 

Diefenbach  Louis,  laborer  with  Gurnett  &  Ayers,  res  1949 
Filbert 

Diener  Augusta,  domestic,  res  Germania  Gardens,  B. 

Diener  Christian,  harness  maker,  res  Germania  Gardens,  B. 

Dierke  F.  Mrs.,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  avnrN  Oakland  Station 

Dietz  A.  C,  merchant  (S.  F.)  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr 
Temescal  creek 


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Office,  224  Montgomery  St.,  S.  F.,  or  Park  st.,  Alameda. 


Woodward  &  Taggart-Desirable  Residence  Property  for  Sale. 


168 


OAKLAND     [JJ]    DIRECTORY, 


Dietz  A.  E.,  janitor  Dietz  Hall,  res  326  Twelfth 
Dietz  Hall,  A.  C.  Dietz  proprietor,  326  Twelfth 
Dieves  Joseph  (Kramm  &  Dieves)  res  cor  Telegraph  av  and 

Durant 
Dieves  Joseph  P.,  proprietor  Three  Mile  House,  San  Lean- 

dro  road,  three  miles  E.  of  Oakland 
Diezelski  Louis,  waiter  with   Campbell  &   Spiars,  res  1054 

Broadway 
Dignan  Michael,  fireman  steamer  Capital,  res  517  Fourth 
Dike  Charles,  res  IS!   s  East  16th  bet  Thirteenth  and  Four- 
teenth avs 
Dille  George,  brakeman  C.  P.  Ft.  R. 
Dille  Jefferson  T.,    carpenter,   res  Birch  bet  Beckwith  and 

Diamond,  North  Temescal 
DILLON  JOSEPH  M.,  city  assessor,  office  City  Hall,  room 

1,  res  SE  cor  Oak  and  Seventh 
Dillon  W.  J.,  res  1159  Franklin 
Dilmas  Joseph,   potter  with  Miller  &  Winsor,  res  cor  East 

11th  and  Park 
DIME  EXPRESS,  John  Ruth  proprietor,  1052  Broadway 
Dimon  Charles  L.,   insurance  (S.  F.)  res  W  s  Castro  nr 

Eighteenth 
Dimond  Hugh,  res  near  North  end  Fruit  Vale  av 
Dingee  W.  Jackson,  bookkeeper  with  Olney  &  Co.,  res  Man- 
sion House 
Dingwell  Joseph,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Henry  bet  Third  and 

Fifth 
Dingwell  Bobert,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Henry  bet  Third  and 

Fifth 
Dinsmore  L.,  carpenter,  res  1009  Chester 
Dinsmore  Maria,  dressmaker,  1120  Ninth  av 
Dinsmore  Wallace,    student  University,   res  S  s  University 

av  nr  Choate,  B. 
DINSMORE    WILLIAM   G.,  drugs  and   medicines,    1059 

Broadway,  res  1160  Alice 
Dion  Clovis,  gardener  with  J.  B.  Gagnon,  res  407  First 
DIRECTORY  OF  OAKLAND,  Wm.  B.  Hardy,   agent,  959 

Broadway 
Dissosway  Henry,  oysters,  res  912  Fifth 
Diston  Robert,  cook,  res  Winthrop  House 
District  Attorney,  John  Ft.  Glascock,  Court  House 
Disturnell  M.  E.  Mrs.,  res  1156  Broadway 
Dix  M.  Mr.,  res  807  Harrison 
Dix  Rufus,  housemover,  res  W  s  Curtis  nr  Lydia 
Dix  William,  laborer,  res  cor  Willow  and  Campbell 
Dixon  Agnes,  widow,  res  NE  cor  East  16th  and  Tenth  av 


'IEDM0NT  SPRINGS'" 


WHITNEY.  Proprietor 

FIRST  CLASS  ACCOMMODATIONS  AT  ALL  HOURS. 


For  Biliousness  drink  Eastern  Cider.      Gordon,  agent,  469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND      [  J)  ]   DIRECTORY.  169 


•  Dixon  Almond  B.,  farmer,  cor  Alcatraz  av  and  Adeline,  B. 
Dixon  George,  stableman  with  O.  B.  &  F.  V.  E.  E.,  resE  s 

Twelfth  av  bet  East  loth  and  East  16th 
I   Dixon  James,  stableman  with  O.  B.  &  F.  V.  E.  E.,  res  cor 
East  16th  and  Tenth  av 

•  Dixon  James  K.  P.,  copyist  with  County  Eecorder,  res  SE 

cor  Broadway  and  Fourth 

Dixon  J.  J.,  carpenter,  res  Eland  House 
j   Dixon  John,  res  949  Filbert 

Dixon  John  B.,  carpenter,  res  Twelfth  av  nr  East  23d 

Dixon  Lucas,  res  949  Filbert 
I   Dixon  Maggie  Miss,  res  949  Filbert 
;'   Dixon  Samuel  L.,  clerk  (S.  F.)  res  949  Filbert 
;    Dixon  W.,  blindmaker  with  H.  W.  Barnes 
;   Doane  L.,  res  809  Webster 

!;   Docking  Thomas,  physician,  office  and  res  512  Sixth 
J    Doctor  Jane,  domestic,  N  s  Walton  nr  West 

•  Dodge  Charles  F.,  (Kohler  &  Dodge)  res  cor  Kirkham  and 

Eighth 
j    Dodge  George  S.,  res  cor  Madison  and  Ninth 
Dodge  John  A.,  policeman,  res  260  Fifth 
Dodge  J.  Wins,  bookkeeper,   res  NW  cor  Twelfth  av  and 

East  15th 
Dodge  S.  J.,  proprietor  Cosmopolitan  House,  859  Broadway 
Dodge  Susan  C,  widow,  res  N  s  Delaware  nr  Sixth,  W.  B. 
Dodge  William  C.,  principal  Peralta  School,  res  867  Wash- 
ington 
DODS  JAMES,  treasurer  and  city  clerk,  office  City  Hall, 

room  4,  res  1006  Webster 
Dodson  Mary  F.  Mrs.,  stewardess,  res  863  Clay 
Dodson  Sophia  Mrs.,  ladies  nurse,  res  707  Washington,  rear 
Doe  Frederick  A.,  bookkeeper  with  Luke  Doe,  res  Winsor 

House 
DOE  LUKE,  real  estate  agent,  house  broker  and  collector, 

958  Broadway,  res  665  Twelfth 
Doe  Mellen,  res  215  Twelfth 

Doerfler  Joseph,  res  SE  cor  East  14th  and  Fifteenth  av 
Doff  William,  piledriver,  res  921  Fifth 
Doherty  George  W.,  surveyor,  res  721  Fifth 
Doherty  John,  surveyor,  res  721  Fifth 
Doherty  John  A.,  carpenter  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Doherty  Eebecca,  housekeeper  Zeta  Psi  Hall 
Dohrman  F.,  butcher,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Higgins  road 
Dolan  Arthur,  stableman  with  L.  M.  Beaudry 
Dolan  James,  plasterer,  res  W  s  Humboldt  av  one-half  mile 

S  of  University 


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NEGOTIATED.     224  Montgomery  St.  S.  F.,  cr  Park  st.  Alameda. 


Woodward  &  Taggart,  Real  Estate  Agents  and  Auctioneers. 


170  OAKLAND    [])]    DIRECTORY. 

Dolan  John,  tinsmith  with  M.  De  La  Montanya,  res  Ninth 

bet  Washington  and  Clay 
Dolan  Michael,  expressman,  res  S  s  Thirty-ninth  nr  Grove 
Dolan  Michael,  res  W  s  West  bet  Park  and  Wallace 
Dolan  Patrick,  lather,  res  571  Charter 
Dolan  Philip,  stableman  with  A.  W.  May 
Dolan  Thomas,  laborer,  res  SE  cor  Chester  and  Fifth 
Dolan  Thomas,  painter,  res  160  Seventh 
Dole  E.  Miss,  res  567  Eighth 
Dole  William  A.  carpenter,  res  858  Clay 
Doling  James,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  800  Jef- 
ferson 
Dolman  William  H.,  res  W  s  Eleventh  av  bet  East  15th  and 

East  16th 
DOMESTIC  SEWING  MACHINE,  P.  E.  Davis  agent,  1161 

Broadway 
Donahar  John  W.,  proprietor  Alta  House,  NW  cor  Wash- 
ington and  Eighth 
Donahoe  F.,  laborer  C.  P.  E.  E. 

Donahoo  William  H.  (Vance  <fe  Donahoo)  res  812  Twentieth 
Donanue  B.  J.  (Yiscovich  &  Donahue)  res  858  Broadway 
Donahue  Daniel,  laborer,  res  S  s  Park  bet  West  and  Grove 
Donahue  Edward,  teamster  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Tel- 
egraph road  and  Clifton,  Temescal 
Donahue  John,   boilermaker,   res  S  s  Park  bet  West  and 

Grove 
Donahue  John,  laborer,  res  Ss  Atlantic  bet  Wood  and  Willow 
Donahue  John,  res  Mansion  House,  E.  O. 
Donahue  Michael,  laborer,  res  N  s  Lydia  nr  West 
Donahue  Mortley,  res  NE  cor  Seventeenth  and  West 
Donahue  Patrick,  laborer  with  Freeman  &  Jaffe,  res  Me- 
chanics' Hotel 
Donald  John,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 
Donaldson  Alexander,  carpenter,  res  Union  Hotel 
Donaldson  James,  painter,  res  Eailroad  Avenue  Hotel 
Donaldson  William  A.  (Ehoda  &  Donaldson)  res  N  s  Twelfth 

bet  Franklin  and  Webster 
Donelin  T.  J.,  wharfinger  Broadway  wharf,  res  269  Fifth 
Donley  Edward,  res  cor  Thirteenth  av  and  East  23d 
Donnaten  Charles  E.,  laborer  C.  P.  E.  E.,  res  S  s  Atlantic 

bet  Wood  and  Pine 
Donnellan  Thomas,  pressman  with  Butler  &  Bowman,  res  N 

s  Twenty-eighth  nr  Market 
Donnelly  John,  bakery,  NW  cor  Goss  and  Pine 
Donnelly  Lizzie  A.  Miss,  variety  store,  SW  cor  Taylor  and 
Campbell 


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OAKLAND     [D]    DIRECTORY.  171 

Donnelly  Peter,  deckhand  Oakland  Ferry,  res  S.  F. 

Donnelly  Peter,  laborer,  res  Wintbrop  House 

Donning  Mat,  conductor  C.  P.  R>.  Pv. 

Donnolly  Ellen,  widow,  ladies  nurse,  res  SE  cor  Adeline  and 

Twenty-eighth 
Donohue  Daniel,  laborer,  res  N  s  William  bet  Cedar  and 

Bay 
Donohue  John,  laborer,  res  Union  Hotel 
Donohue  Peter,  bricklayer,  res  464  Third 
Donohue  Richard,  laborer,  res  Overland  House 
Donollan  Thomas,  expressman,  cor  Broadway  and  Seventh, 

res  cor  Twenty-ninth  and  West 
Donovan  &  Rademacher  (Daniel  Donovan  and  August  Rade- 

macher)  sewer  contractors,  1200  Broadway 
Donovan  Daniel  (Donovan  &  Rademacher)  res  SW  cor  Ninth 

and  Washington 
Donovan  Daniel,  laborer,  res  833  Sixteenth 
Donovan  James,  laborer,  res  SE  cor  Telegraph  and  Alcatraz 

avs 
Donovan  James  P.,  architect  with  P.  Donovan,  res  Delger 

nr  San  Pablo  av 
Donovan  John,  fireman  stmr  El  Capitan,  res  1003  Third 
Donovan  John,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co.,  res  Winthrop 

House 
Donovan  Margaret  Mrs.,  res  613  Sixth 
Donovan  Neal,  foreman  with  Rosenthal,  Feder  &  Co.  (S.  F.) 

res  808  Castro 
Donovan  Patrick,  architect,  454  Eighth,  res  Delger  nr  San 

Pablo  av 
Donzelmann  Gazina  Miss,  res  727  Eighth 
Donzelmann  John,  agent  with  Kohler  &  Frohling  (S.  F.) 

res  725  Eighth 
Doody  Daniel,  clerk  with  F.  Mellor,  res  16  Langton  (S.  F.) 
Doody  Miles,  painter,  res  565  Sixth 
Doody  Patrick,  laborer,  res  El  Dorado  House 
Doolen  Michael,  laborer,  res  Eighth  nr  Bay 
Dooley  Margaret,  widow,  res  N  s  East  18th  bet  Thirteenth 

and  Fourteenth  avs 
Dooling  James,  dairy,  W  s  Broadway  nr  Weston  av 
Doolittle  Henry  (How  &  Doolittle)  res  309  Seventh 
Doonan  Daniel,  laborer,  res  Winthrop  House 
Doran  John,  hod  carrier,  res  NE  cor  Tenth  and  Franklin 
Dorman  Simon  M.,  clerk  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Dorn  Marcellus,  student  University 

Dorn  S.  H.,   butcher  San  Francisco  Market,  res  836  Broad- 
way 


"MIRFRT  £  HIINTFR  I REAL  ESTATEandlNS0RANCEAGENTSt  224  Montgomery-,  s.f. 


LOANS  NEGOTIATED.  1      or  Park  st.,  Alameda. 


WOODWARD  &  TAGGART,  460  and  462  EIGHTH  STREET. 


172  OAKLAND     [J)]    DIRECTORY. 

Dornay  John,  bookkeeper  with.  A.   McGarry,  res  SE  cor 

First  and  Broadway 
Dornin  George  D.,  insurance  agent  (S.  F.)  res  N  s  Dwight 

way  nr  Audubon,  B. 
Dornin  George  W.,   draughtsman  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Dwight 

way  nr  Piedmont  way,  B. 
Dornin  Oscar  G.,  paying  Teller  Union  National  Gold  Bank, 

res  W  s  Fifth  av  bet  East  15th  and  East  16th 
Dorr  P.  J.,  salesman  with  Mellis  Bros.,  res  Grove  bet  Ninth 

and  Tenth 
Dorrell  Gideon,  carpenter,  res  cor  Washington  and  Sixth 
Dorsch  Charles,  tailor,  459  Sixth 
Dota  An  tone,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Dota  Manuel,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Doty  Charles  H.,  agent  P.  T.  Co.)  res  669  Third 
Doud  C.  C.  C,  clerk  (S.  F.)  res  Blake  House 
Dougherty  Ellen,  domestic,  1157  Jefferson 
Dougherty  John,  laundiyman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Dougherty  L.,  plasterer,  res  1555  Seventh 
Dougherty  Patrick,  laboier,  res  E  s  Henry  bet  Third  and 

Fifth  t 
Douglas  Nathan  S.  (Babcock  &  Douglas)   res  NW  cor  Thir- 
tieth and  Chestnut 
Douglass  Duncan,  molder,  res  W  s  Hollis  nr  A 
Dove  Jane  Mrs.,  ladies'  nurse,  res  903  Wester 
Dove  Jennie  Miss,  hairdresser,  903  Webster 
Dow  Cyrus  H.,  rancher,  res  Webster  nr  Broadway 
Dow  Daniel,  painter  W.  D.  Co. 
Dow  Esther,  dressmaker,  461  Ninth 
Dow  Lorenzo,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Eleventh  bet  Kirkham  and 

Cypress 
Dowd  Barnard,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co.,  res  S  s  Third 

nr  Adeline 
Dowd  Daniel,  laborer,  res  E  s  Henry  bet  Fifth  and  Seventh 
Dowd  Henry,  laborer,  res  S  s  Thirty-ninth  nr  Telegraph  av 
Dowell  John  W.,  laborer,  res  NW  cor  Evoy  and  Lusk 
Dowling  John,  carpenter,  res  Overland  House 
Dowling  M.  F.,  miller  (S.  E.)  res  1074  Wood 
Dowling  Richard  H.,  carpenter,  res  527  Seventh 
Dowling  Thomas,    carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  SW  cor  Cedar 

and  William 
Dowling  Thomas,  waiter  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Down  George,  boarding,  1833  Seventh 
Downer  T.  H.,  lather,  res  Eland  House 
Downey  Charles,  butcher  with  B.  Northup,  N  s  Seventh  nr 

Willow 


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Eureka  Refrigerator  the. best,  at  Gordon's,  469  Ninth  street. 


OAKLAND     [J)]    DIRECTORY, 


173 


Downey  John  H.,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res  555 
Broadway 

Downey  William  Mrs.,  widow,  res  665  Fifth 

Downie  George,  miller,  res  SE  cor  Eleventh  and  Madison 

DOWNING  &  FORESTER  (Theodore  Downing  and  Ed- 
ward Forester)  proprietors  Oakland,  Pacheco  and  Mt. 
Diablo  Stage  Line,  368  Eighth 

DOWNING  ALBERT,  cigars  and  tobacco,  1152  Broad- 
way, res  1018  Wood 

Downing  George,  carpenter,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 

Downing  Theodore  (Downing  &  Forester)  res  Eureka  Hotel 

Doyle  Daniel  laborer,  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Doyle  James,  laborer,  res  656  Jackson 

Doyle  James  S.,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  Shattuck  and  Uni- 
versity av,  B. 

Doyle  John,  farmer,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Alcatraz  av 

Doyle  Lawrence,  laborer,  res  1834  Grove 

Doyle  Michael,  laborer,  res  Seventh  bet  Broadway  and 
Franklin 

Doyle  Patrick,  laborer,  res  656  Jackson 

Doyle  — ,  hackman,  res  864  Washington 

Dozier  A.  T.,  assayer,  chemist  and  metallurgist,  461  Ninth 


jmmisg'f  |miy  Itafeitt 


368   EIGHTH  SREET, 

(North  side) 

Between  Franklin  and  Webster,  Oakland,  Cal. 


PROPRIETORS  OF  THE 


OAKLAND,  WALNUT  CREEK,  PACHECO 

And  Mi.  Diablo  Stage  Line, 

MT.  DIABLO  EXCURSION  Parties  taken  at  REASONABLE   RATES. 


CARRIAGES,  BUGGIES  and  SADDLE  HORSES  TO  HIRE. 

Horses  Boarded,  and  particular  attention  paid  to  Transient  Customers. 

DOWNING  &  FORESTER. 


(ill  RFRT  H  HIINTFR  I REAL  ESTATE  and  "nsurance  agents  i  224  Montgomery,  s.f. 


or  Park  St.,  Alameda. 


Woodward  &  Taggart-Desirable  Business  Property  for  Sale. 


174  OAKLAND    [JJ]    DIRECTORY. 

Draher  May  Miss,  res  958  Eighth 

Drain  Michael,  laborer,  res  N  s  Lydia  bet  West  and  Market 
Drake  George  W.,  wood  and  coal  (S.  F.)  res  1720  Seward 
Draper  Charles  F.,  physician  and  surgeon,  office  and  res  W 

s  Market  nr  Twenty-eighth 
Drennon  James,  engineer,  res  1014  Eleventh  av 
Dresco  Lorenzo,  foreman  quarry  Oakland  Paving  Co.,  res 

McAdam  nr  Broadway 
Dresser  J.  A.,  journalist,  res  Winsor  House 
Dressier  George,  boot  and  shoemaker,    store  and  res  624 

East  12th 
Drew  George  I.,  carpenter,  res  369  Fifth 
Dreyer  J.  H.,  bootmaker  with  F.  Senram,  res  851  Harrison 
Drinkwater  A.  M.,  clerk  with  Miller,  Grinnell  &   Co.,   res 

Winsor  House 
Drinkwater  L.  H.,  master  mariner,  res  568  Fifteenth 
Driscoll  Daniel,  laborer,  res  St.  Louis  House 
Driscoll  Dennis  J.,  sailmaker,  res  1661  Atlantic 
Driscoll  James,  laborer,  res  1661  Atlantic 
Driscoll   Jeremiah,    hod   carrier,    res   NE   cor   Tenth   and 

Franklin 
Driscoll  Jeremiah,  painter,  res  417  Seventh 
Driscoll  Jerry,  laborer,  res  1661  Atlantic 
Driscoll  John,  laborer,  res  1661  Atlantic 
Driscoll  Katie,  nurse,  res  1661  Atlantic 
Driscoll  Lawrence,  painter  417  Seventh 
Driscoll  Michael,  laborer,  res  720  Filbert 
Driscoll  William,  laborer,  res  657  Washington 
Driver  James,  farmer,   San  Pablo  av  ^  mile  N  California 

Watch  Co.,  W.  B. 
Driver  John  R.,  farmer  San  Pablo  Road  1  mile  N  California 

Watch  Co.,  W.  B. 
Drosbach  Andrew,  sawyer  with  Shakespeare  &  Walter,  res 

682  Elm 
DRUCKER  HERMANN,  proprietor  Capital  Saloon,  1055 

Thirteenth  av 
Drugan  James,  laborer,  res  314  Third 
Drum  John  S.,  capitalist,  422  Twelfth,  res  953  Market 
Drummond  Edward,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Dryden  William  S.,  groceries,  830  Twenty-second 
Drynen  John,  conductor  U.  S.  Mint  (S.  F.)  res  227  Tenth 
Dubermilk  Julius,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Dubois  Peter  G.,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  N  s  Forty-second 

nr  Telegraph  av 
Duces  George,  butcher  with  E.  Jungermaji,  res  N  s  Dalton 

nr  stockvards 


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. .  S.  G.  Gordon  delivers  Ice,  Soda  and  Cider.     Depot,  469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND     [D]    DIRECTORY.  175 

Ducey  Patrick,  milkman,  res  W  s  Sixth  av  bet  East  17th  and 

East  18th 
Duck  James,  bartender  with  J.   Hannifin,    res    St.    Jame's 

House 
Ducker  James  W.,  res  St.  James  House 
Duddy  Martin,  expressman,  res  911  Alice 
Duddy  William,  elevator  boy  Grand  Central  Hotel,  res  911 

Dudley  C.  E.,  conductor  C.  P.  R,  R. 

Dudley  William  H.,  stableman  Capital  Livery  and  Sale 
Stables 

Duffey  Edward  F.,  carpenter  Enterprise  Mill,  res  835  Clay 

Duffey  Thomas,  plasterer,  res  1054  Broadwav 

Dufit  Mary  Mrs.,  res  370  Third 

Duffy  J.,  pipelayer,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 

Duffy  James,  laborer,  res  920  Franklin 

Duffy  James,  plasterer,  res  St.  Louis  House 

Duffy  Patrick,  saloon  and  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Berkeley 

Duffy  Thomas,  plasterer,  res  St.  Louis  House 

Dugan  Charles,  plasterer,  res  741  Bay  pi 

Dugan  George,  lather,  res  N  s  Twelfth  nr  Kirkham 

Duggan  Adelaide  Miss,  student  University 

Duggan  Marv  Miss,  housekeeper,  860  Seventh 

DUHRKOOP  CHARLES  B.,  superintendent  California  Arti- 
ficial Stone  Paving  Co.,  res  B  nr  Thirty-fourth  (Watts' 
Tract) 

Duisenberg  H.  A.,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Dulion   Alfred,  butcher  with  E.  Dulion,  res  759  Franklin 

Dulion  Emile,  butcher,  420  Ninth,  res  759  Franklin 

Dunbar  — ,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Logan  nr  Market 

Duncan  Alexander,  res  719  Tenth 

Duncan  Annie  Miss,  res  719  Tenth 

Duncan  Fannie  Mrs.,  res  719  Tenth 

Duncan  George,  res  Fruit  Vale  av  nr  East  27th 

Duncan  George  J.,  conductor  C.  P.  P.  P. 

Duncan  John  J.,  res  719  Tenth 

Duncan  Lee  Miss,  res  719  Tenth 

Duncombe  A.  Mrs.,  boarding,  615  Fourth 

Duncombe  Lucy  M.  Mrs.,  E  s  Ellsworth  nr  Bancroft  way,  B. 

Duncombe  William  A.,  student  University,  res  E  s  Ellsworth 
nr  Bancroft  way,  B. 

Dundass  Noah,  stableman  with  James  Brown,  res  Golden 
Star  Hotel 

Dungau  R.  M.,  carpenter,  res  1672  Third 

Dunham  A.  M.,  photographer,  res  523  Tenth 

Dunham  Clarrissa  Mrs.,  523  Tenth 


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176  OAKLAND     [J)]    DIKECTORY. 

Dunham  George  P.,  hackman  Fashion  Stable,  res  52-4  Sixth 

Dunham  John,  fireman  Oakland  Ferry,  res  S.  F. 

Dunham  Murry,  photographer,  NW  cor  Eleventh  and  Clay,    | 

res  523  Tenth 
Dunham  Orley,  photographic  printer  with  M.  Dunham,  res 

523  Tenth 
Dunham  O.  S.,  carriage  painter,  res  858  Jefferson 
Dunham  Woodruff,  res  612  East  15th 
Dunlap  Ann,  widow,  res  cor  Cedar  and  Short 
Dunlap  Henry,  housemover,  res  W  s  Curtis  nr  Lydia 
Dunmire  Samuel  S.,  carriagemaker  with  T.  D.  Weymouth, 

res  1351  Franklin 
Dunn  George  W.,  carpenter,  res  2  Short 
Dunn  James  P.,  student  University 
Dunn  John,  cook  Russell  House  Restaurant,  res  652  Jessie,    j 

S.  F. 
Dunn  J.  S.,  painter  with  C.  B.  Rutherford,  res  323  Eleventh   [ 
Dunn  Mary,  proprietress  Russell  House,  1113  Broadway 
Dunn  Mary  E.,    domestic,    E  s   Jefferson   bet    Tenth   and 

Eleventh 
Dunn  Martin  M.,  farmer,  res  E  s  College  av  nr  Asylum,  B. 
Dunn  Patrick,  laborer,  res  E  s  Myrtle  nr  Twenty-second 
Dunn  Russell  L.,  student  University 

Dunn  Samuel  W.,  book  agent,  res  W  s  Grove  nr  Twentieth 
Dunn  Thomas,  res  cor  East  19th  and  Sixteenth  av 
Dunnigan  John,  laborer,  res  NW  cor  San  Pablo  and  Union 

avs 
Dunning  E.  B.,  res  672  Fourteenth 
Dunning  Frederick,  stableman  Clifford's  Livery  Stable 
Dunning  George  R.,  carpenter  Turbine  Windmill  Co.,  res 

Golden  Star  Hotel 
Dunning  — ,  driver  Oakland  R.  R.  Co.,  res  cor  Forty-ninth 

and  Telegraph  av,  Temescal 
Dunphy  Thomas,  lather,  res  N  s  Twentieth  nr  Brush 
Dunshee  Bertram  H.,  student  University,  res  Berkeley  House 
Dunten  George,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Duplish  Dolores,  porter,  res  418  First 
Dupon  — ,  teacher  music,  res  757  Castro 
Durant  Mary  E.  Mrs.,  res  NW  cor  Seventeenth  and  Franklin 
Durant  School,  Charles  W.  Otis  principal,  cor  Grove  and 

Twenty-eighth 
Durell  Gideon,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  B  and  Louise 
Durelle  Anna  Mrs.,  res  408  Thirteenth 
Durelle  Lilian  Miss,  res  408  Thirteenth 
Durham  <t  Buffett  (John  P.  Durham  and  Charles  C.  Buffett) 

carriagemakers,  cor  Eighth  and  Washington 


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J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Eastern  Cider  Company.  469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND     [D]    DIRECTORY.  177 

Durham  James,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  S.  F. 
Durham  Johu  P.   (Durham  &  Butfett)  res  Ninth  nr  Wash- 
ington 
Durham  John  P.  Mrs.,  milliner,  465  Ninth,   res  Ninth  nr 

Washington 
Durking  J.,  grader,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 
Duroe  J.  B.  (H.  D.  McGeorge  <fc  Co.)  res  cor  College  avand 

Broadway 
Durr  Minnie,  domestic,  561  Sixteenth 
Durst  J.,  farmer,  res  W  s  Adeline  nr  Twelfth 
Durst  John  H.,  student  University,  res  Palace  Club 
Dusinbury  J.  B.,  insurance  agent,  res  1228  Adeline 
Dusinbury  Myron  T.,  notary  public  and  teller  The  Oakland 

Bank  of  Savings,  office  NE   cor  Twelfth  and  Broadway, 

res  1228  Adeline 
Dusinbury  Theodore,  res  cor  East  14th  and  Thirteeenth  av 
Dutcher  Robert,  carpenter,  res  Louisiana  House 
Dutil  L.,  bookkeeper,  res  1057  Alice 
Dutton  Henry,  blacksmith  with  King  &  Williams,   re3  W  s 

Clay  nr  Fifth 
Dutton  Jane  Miss,  res  829  Sixteenth 
Duval  Onisama,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Dwyer  Ann,  widow,  res  W  s   Telegraph  av   one  mile   S  of 

University 
Dwyer  Cornelius,  teamster,  res  408  Fifth 
Dwyer  Daniel,  marble  polisher  with  Madden  &  Nunan,  res 

cor  Twenty -first  and  Broadway 
Dwyer  William,   driver  City  Pound   Wagon,    res  junction 

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Dye  Fred.  F.  (Todd,  Dye  &  Co.)  res  1240  Adeline 
Dye  James  W.,  fireman  W.  D.  Co.,  res  4  Wood 
Dye  —  ,  carpenter,  res  477  Eighth 
Dyer  G.  F.,  bricklayer,  res  cor  Peralta  and  Magnolia 
Dyer  Henry,  res  818  Clay 
Dyer  James,  painter  W.  D.  Co. 
Dyer  J.  P.,  mining,  res  1257  Jackson 
Dyer  Mary  J.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  res  426  Thirteenth 
Dyer  William  H.,   janitor,   res  N  s  East  16th  nr  Twenty- 
second  av 


Eadon  Moses,  buj-er  with  M.  C.  Hawley  <k  Co.,  res  916  Fifth 
Eadon  William,  upholsterer  with  E.   Hook,   res  N  s  Walton 
nr  Grove 


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178  OAKLAND     [JJ]    DIRECTORY. 

Eadon  William  H.,  druggist  with   Crane  &  Brigham,  res  N 

s  Walton  nr  Grove 
Eager  Harry,  bookkeeper  with   Grayson,  Harrall  &  Co.,  res 

cor  Thirteenth  av  and  East  14th 
Eager  Thomas,  res  NW  cor  East  14th  and  Thirteenth  av 
Earhart  John,  milk  ranch,  res  NE  cor  Third  and  Market 
Earhart  John  W.,  engineer,  res  NE  cor  Third  and  Market 
Earhart  Phil.,  res  Tontine  House 
Earhart  T.,  driver  with  W.  T.  Sagehorn,   res  cor  Third  and 

Market 
Earl  Josiah,  farmer,  res  1153  Market 
Earle  John  H.,  wines  and  liquors,  S.  P.,  res  W  s  San  Pablo 

av  nr  Twenty -fourth 
Earle  William,  butcher  with  C.  Schneider,  res  625  Filbert 
Earles  Patrick,  laborer,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 
Earley  S.  G.,  agent  Davis' Sewing  Machines,  1101  Broadway 
Earley  John,   butcher  with  T.   Hann,   res  E  s   Choate  nr 

Bancroft  way,  B. 
EARLL  &  RAND,  (Warren  Earll  and  J.  H.   Band)  attys- 

at-law,  921  Broadway 
Earll  Warner  (Earll  &  Rand)  atty-at-law,  921  Broadway,  res 

N  s  East  14th  nr  Thirty-second  av,  Fruit  Vale 
Eason  Will,  clerk,  res  N  s  Third  nr  Washington 
Easton  Fred.,  with  E.  Hook,  res  1373  Harrison 
East  Oakland  Brewery,   Herman  Mangels,   proprietor,  SE 

cor  Eighth  av  and  East  12th 
East  Oakland,  Fruit  Vale  and  Mill's  Seminary  Railroad  Co., 

Alexander  W.  May  superintendent,   office  SE  cor  12th 

av  and  East  11th 
EAST  OAKLAND  HOTEL,  William  Dike  proprietor,  SE 

cor  East  12th  and  Fourteenth  av 
East  Oakland  Stoneware  Pottery,  Bundock  &  Bros,  proprie- 
tors, cor  Eighteenth  av  and  East  12th 
Easterby  Frank  G.,  student  University,  res  Chi  Phi  House 
Eastern  Hotel,  William  F.   Mariante  proprietor,   714  East 

12th 
Eastland  A.  T.,  collector  Oakland  Gas  Co.,  res  1030  Bush, 

S.  F. 
EASTLAND  VAN   LEER,  superintendent  Oakland  Gas- 
light Co.,  res  SW  cor  Sixth  and  Grove 
Eastman  Francis  G.,  foreman  Oakland  Paving  Co.,  res  N  s 

Elm  nr  Broadway 
Eastman  H.  P.,   engineer  C.   P.  R.  R.,  res  E  s  Peralta  bet 

Third  and  Fifth 
EASTMAN  MOSES    H.,  superintendent  Oakland   Paving 

Co..  res  64  Valley 


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OAKLAND     [Jj]    DIRECTORY.  179 

Easton  James,  res  1373  Harrison 

Easton  L.,  carpenter,  res  576  Fourth 

Easton  Walter  N.,  painter,  res  Eland  House 

Eaton  Charles  H.,  foreman  with  Corlies  <fe  Merritt,  res  S  s 

Lincoln  nr  Campbell 
Eaton  William  H.,  proprietor  Eaton's  Commercial  College, 

454  Twelfth,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 
Eberhardt  Adolph,  merchant,  res  720  Tenth 
Eberhardt  Charles,  baker  Tubbs  Hotel,  res  218  Sixth,  rear 
Eccles  William  E.,  foreman  with   J.  J.    O'Shea,    res   698 

Twenty-sixth 
Eccles  William  J.,   painter  with  M.   J.   Finnigan,  res  W  s 

Franklin  bet  Thirteenth  and  Fourteenth 
Eccleston  Mary,  widow,  res  N  s  Eighteenth  nr  Jefferson 
Eckart  William,  res  1320  Eighth 
Eckels  William,  vinegar  maker  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,    res  cor 

Telegraph  road  and  Clifton,  Temescal 
Eckert  Louis,  butcher  with  Adam  Koob,  res  cor  Broadway 

and  Twentieth 
Eckles    Clement,    carpenter,    res    SE   cor   Fourteenth    and 

Kirkham 
Eckley  Henry  (James  W.  Burnham  &  Co.,  S   F.)   res  1547 

San  Pablo  av 
Edgar  Archibald,  laborer,  res  Ss  Bancroft  way  nr  Audubon, 

Berkeley. 
Edgar  Arthur,  farmer,  res  NW  cor  West  and  Thirty-third 
Edgar  James,  res  N  s  D wight  way,  nr  Humboldt  av,  B. 
Edgar  James,  mining,  res  776  Thirteenth 
Edgeworth  Mary,  domestic,  1019  Filbert 
Edlef son  John  H.,  carver  W.  D.  Co.,  res  1140  0'Farrell(S.  F.) 
Edlen  John,  fireman  C.  P.  K.  R.,  res  805  Peralta 
Edmonds  Walter  J.,  barber,  res  1511  Third. 
EDWARDS  &  DeWITT  (Thomas  M.   Edwards  and  James 

M.  DeWitt)  druggists,  NW  cor  Broadway  and  Eleventh 
Edwards   Benjamin   F.,   barber  with  G.  Briones,    res  612 

Fourth 
Edwards  David  B.,  res  1516  Broadway 
Edwards  Edward  W.,  carpenter,  res   N   s  Fifth  bet  Center 

and  Chester 
Edwards  Eliza  3iiss,  res  854  Adeline 
Edwards  F.,  brakeman  C.  P.  B.  B. 

Edwards  Frederick  J.,  oyster  dealer  (S.  F.)  res  1263  Eighth 
Edwards  George  C,  instructor  mathematics  University 
Edwards  George  D.,  secretary   Overman  Mining  Co.  (S.  F.) 

res  1228  Broadway 
Edwards  George  S.,  student  University 


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180  OAKLAND    [  J]  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Edwards  George  W.,  bookkeeper  Winsor  House 

Edwards  H.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Edwards  James,  physician,  office  and  res  NE  cor  Seventh 
and  Adeline 

Edwards  J.  L.,  car  repairer  C.  P.   R.   R.,   res  SW  cor  Pine 
and  William 

Edwards  John,  coachman,  W  s  Washington  bet  Twelfth  and 
Thirteenth 

Edwards  John  S.,  ropemaker,  res  N  s  East  23d  bet  Twenty- 
first  and  Twenty-second  avs 

Edwards   Justus,    carpenter,    res    S  s    Forty-fifth  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Edwards  L.,  bookkeeper,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 

Edwards  L.  B.,  insurance   agent,    907   Broadway,  res  809 
Franklin 

Edwards  Robert  W.,   jeweler    (S.    F.)  res  1054  Twelfth 

Edwards  Thomas  L.  (Edwards  &  DeWitt)  res  NWcor  Broad- 
way and  Eleventh 

Edwards  W.   E.,  bellowsmaker  (S.   F.)  res  S  s  Lincoln  nr 
Wood 

Edwards  William,  carpenter,  res  522  East  Fourteenth 

Eells  Charles  P.  (Wiggin  &  Eells)  atty-at-law,  Union  Bank 
Building 

EELLS  JAMES   REV.,  pastor  First  Presbyterian  Church, 
res  Peralta  House,  Temescal 

Egan  John,  coachman,  res  1108  Third 

Egan  John,  gardener,  1547  San  Pablo  av 

Egbert  Robert  S.,  farmer,  res  1123  Myrtle 

Egert  Louis  H.,  butcher,  res  1506  Broadway 

Eggers  Oscar,  res  621  Broadway 

Ehat  Andrew  A.,  painter,  res  687  Twenty-sixth 

Ehat  Sophia  Mrs.,  res  687  Twenty-sixth 

Eiben  Frederick,  clerk  with  A.  H.  Hansen 

Eichman  P.  G.,  barber  with  E.  Mosca,  res  NE  cor  Clay  and 
Fourth 

Eien  C,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill 

Eisner  Milton  S.,  student  University 

Eisen  A.  S.,  millwright,  res  Eagle  House 

Eisler  Henry,  barber  with  Henry  Smith,  1508  Seventh 

Eitel  Charles,  salesman  with  Starbird  &  Goldstone  (S.  F.) 
res  E  s  Henry  bet  Fifth  and  Seventh 
t  Ekblom  Charles  A.,  shipcarpenter,  res  cor  Bay  and  Short 

Ekensteen  Augustus,  clerk  with  Tobin.  Davisson  &  Co.  (S. 
F.)  res  NW  cor  Thirteenth  and  Campbell 

Ekey  &  McFarland   (Robert  Ekey   and   John  McFarland) 
stairbuilders,  Oakland  Point  Planing  Mills 


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OAKLAND     [E]    DIRECTORY.  181 

Ekey  Eobert  (Ekey  &  McFarland)  res  310  Fifth 

Ekinan  William,  1st  cook  Grand  Central  Hotel 

EL    DORADO    BOOT    AND    SHOE   STORE,    Charles    A. 

Broad  proprietor,  952  Broadway 
El   Dorado   House,    Hannah   Magner   proprietrees,  SE  cor 

Eleventh  and  Franklin 
Eland  Edward,  salesman  with  J.  J.    O'Brien  &  Co.,  res  S  s 

Twenty-first  bet  West  and  Curtis 
ELAND   HOUSE,  Robert  Eland  proprietor,  845  Franklin 
ELAND   ROBERT,  proprietor  Eland  House,  845  Franklin 
Elberson  Frank  B.,  salesman  with  Mallett  &  Hammon,  res 

Grand  Western  Hotel 
Elder  Alexander,   commission  merchant,   204  Front  (S.  F.) 

res  N  s  Merrimac  pi  nr  Telegraph  av 
Eldridge  George  C,  res  1354  Broadway 
Eley  George,  engineer,  res  812  Chester 
ELFORD   A.  T.  &    CO.    (Alfred   T.    Elford  and   James   I 

Bliven)  sash,  doors  and  blinds,   Oakland  Point  Planing 

Mills 
Elford  Alfred  T.  (A.  T.  Elford  &  Co.)  res  610  Fifth 
Elford  E.,  carpenter  Oakland  Point  Planing  Mill 
Elford  Richard,  sash   and   doormaker,    NE  cor  Second  and 

Broadway,  res  608  Fifth 
Elford  William  R.,   sash  and  doormaker,   res  East  22d  nr 

Thirteenth  av 
Eliason  Horace  D.,  clerk  Post  Office,  res  Blake  House 
Eliaser  Samuel,  clerk  with  E.  Barnett,  res  366  Eighth 
Ellard  Hattie,  waitress  Knox  House 
Ellerbrock  Henry,  farmer,  res  S  s  Fifth  nr  Chester 
Elley  Reuben,   butcher   with   H.    Liese,   res   East  14th  bet 

Twentieth  and  Twenty-first  av 
Elliot  Alfred  T.,  hop  and  grain  broker  (S.  F.)  res 969  Castro 
Elliott  Adelaide,  res  854  Brush 
Elliott  Albert,  whitener,  Third  nr  Broadway,  res  E  s  Louisa 

bet  A  and  B 
Elliott  Austin  A.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Sixteenth  av  bet  East 

14th  and  East  15th 
Elliott  E.  S.,   teacher  Franklin  Grammar  School,  res  East 

12th  bet  Fourth  and  Fifth  avs 
Elliott  George  F.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Sixteenth  av  bet  East 

14th  and  East  15th 
Elliott  James,  teamster  with  Ta}dor  &  Co.,   res  616  Second 
Elliott  Mark  L.,  res  854  Brush 
Elliott  McDonald,  res  854  Brush 
Elliott   Robert,    teamster   Grove-st  Planing   Mill,  res   657 

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Elliott  Robert  W.,  res  854  Brush 

Ellis  Alexander  L.,  machinist  C.  P.   R.  R.,  res  E  s  Peralta 

bet  Third  and  Fifth 
Ellis  Alfred  A.,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,   res  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine 

and  Wood 
Ellis  Catherine,  domestic,  1102  Myrtle 
Ellis  Caroline  H.,  widow,  res  711  Castro 
Ellis  Carrie  M.,  teacher  Franklin  Grammar  School,  res  Sixth 

av  bet  East  16th  and  East  17th 
Ellis  C.  H.,  carpenter  and  extraman  Truck  No.  1,  res  711 

Castro 
Ellis  Cyrus  E.,  merchant,  res  Pine  bet  Seward  and  Lincoln 
Ellis  James,  produce  commission,  500  Sansome  (S.  F.)  res 

530  Ninth 
Ellis  J.  M.,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 
Ellis  John,  canvasser,  res  NE  cor  Eleventh  and  East  16th 
Ellis  John,  gardener  University,  res  University  grounds  nr 

Strawberry  Creek 
Ellis  John,  laborer,  res  S  s  Goss  nr  Bay 
Ellis  John,  laborer,  res  Dwight  way  nr  Humboldt  av,  B. 
Ellis  John  H.,  miller  with  Sarpy,  Barstow  &  Co.,  res  2  Goss 
Ellis  John  H.,  painter,  res  E  s  Eleventh  av  bet  East  16th 

and  East  17th 
Ellis  Nathaniel,  res  713  Jefferson 

Ellis  Richard  W.,  physician  (S   F.)  res  W  s  Brush  bet  Elev- 
enth and  Twelfth 
Ellis  Stephen  laborer,  res  The  Home,  B. 
Ellis  William,  laborer,  res  The  Home,  B. 
Ellsworth  House,  409  Twelfth 
Ellsworth  C.  F.  Mrs.  (widow)  res  475  Ninth 
Ellsworth  L.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  res  409  Twelfth 
Ellwood  T.W.,  stairbuildrwith  Power  &  Ough, res  1370  Brush 
Ell  wood  William  B.,  groceries  and  liquors,  NW  cor  Twelfth 

and  Kirkham 
Ellwood  William  F.,  res  1370  Brush 
Elly  Reuben,  butcher  with  Henry  Liese,  res  cor  East  14th 

and  Twentieth  av 
Elmore  Samuel,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  534  Sycamore 
Elsey  Charles  (C.  E.  Gillett  &  Co.)  res  653  Eleventh 
El  well  Elizabeth  Mrs.,  res  774  Twenty-first 
El  well  Woodward  W.,  clerk,  res  774  Twenty-first 
Ely  Ann  Mrs.,  res  NE  cor  Twenty-sixth  and  Union 
Ely  George,  milk  dairy,  res  NW  cor  Twenty-sixth  and  Union 
Elzy  Evan  J.,  mining,  res  1118  Market 
Embury  George  A.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Berkeley  way   nr 

Wilvia,  B. 


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OAKLAND     [J]]    DIRECTORY.  183 

Erne  Claude,  res  350  Eighth 

Erne  Ernest  (Berger  &  Co.)  res  1355  Eighth 

Emerson  Charles  M.,  clerk  with  D.  L.  Emerson  &  Co.,  res 
NE  cor  Fifteenth  and  Jefferson 

Emerson  Charles  W.,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 

EMERSON  D.  I..  &  CO.   (David  L.  Emerson)  real  estate, 
472  Ninth  (Nicholl  Block) 

Emerson  D.  L.  (D.  L.  Emerson  &  Co.)  res  NE  cor  Fifteenth 
and  Jefferson 

Emerson  George,  res  1061  Grove 

Emerson  William  H.,  soda  manufacturer,  NE  cor  East  11th 
and  Thirteenth  av 

Emery  Charles  C,  res  S  s  East  16th  bet  Twelfth  and  Thir- 
teenth av 

Emery  George  F.,  clerk  with  R.  Pfister,  1065  Broadway 

Emery  EL,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Central  Pacific  Kail- 
road  House 

EMERY  JOSEPH  S.,  contractor  (S.  F.)   res  NW  cor  Park 
and  San  Pablo  avs 

Emon  A.  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 

Employment  Office  (Chinese)  E  s  San  Pablo  av  bet  Eigh- 
teenth and  Nineteenth 

Emslie  Charles,  machinist,  res  W  s  Humboldt  av  opp  Asy- 
lum, B. 

Engelbretson  Finkel,  laborer,  res  959  Fifth 

Engelberg  Peter,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 

Engineer  City,  Thomas  J.  Arnold,  office  City  Hall 

English  George,  poultryman,  SW  cor  Seventeenth  and  Castro 

English  John  T.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Twelfth  nr  Kirkham 

English  William  D.,  merchant,  res  56  Seventh 

Engor  Christine,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Ennis  Abraham,  policeman,  res  SE  cor  Pine  and  William 

Ennis   Antone,   watchman   W.   D.  Co.,    res   S  s   Fifth  bet 
Chester  and  Henry 

Ennis  Mary,  domestic,  518  Fifteenth 

Ennis  Thomas,  engineer  Engine  Co.  No.  1,  res  S  s  Fifteenth 
nr  Clay 

Ennis  William,  driver  Oakland  Engine  Co.  No.  3,  res  Fifth 
bet  Chester  and  Henry 

Enos  Frank,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Enos  Henry,  res  N  s  East  16th  bet  Thirteenth  and  Four- 
teenth avs 

Enos  Joseph,  res  NW  cor  Seventeenth  av  and  East  12th 

Enright  Patrick,  grocer  (S.  F.)  res  524  Sixth 

Ensign  Charles  H.,   engineer  with  Babcock  &  Gould,  res 
Linden  nr  Willow 


Pll  RFRT  £  HIINTFR   AGENTS  F0R  SAN  francisco  and  alameda  property, 


Office,  224  Montgomery  St.,  S.  F„  or  Park  St.,  Alameda. 


Woodward  &  Taggart-Desirable  Residence  Property  for  Sale. 


184  OAKLAND     [JJ]    DIRECTORY. 

Enslow  O.  M.,  student  University,  res  862  Castro 

Enslow  T.  S.  Mrs.,  res  862  Castro. 

ENTERPRISE  MILLS  (Planing)  Cal.  Bridge  and  Building 

Co.  proprietors,  SW  cor  Second  and  Grove 
Entre  Nous  Club,  NE  cor  Bancroft  way  and  Anderson,  B. 
Eppinger  Louis,  manager  Jurgen's  billiard  room,  res  1116 

Broadway 
Eran   Charles,    carpenter    Oakland   Planing   Mill,    res   cor 

Twenty-sixth  and  Grove 
Erdman  Louis,  deckhand  Oakland  Ferries 
Ericson   Erie  J.,  upholsterer  with  Chris.  Schreiber,  res  SE 

cor  Twentieth  and  Castro 
Ericsson  P.  E.,  cabinetmaker,  378  Tenth,  res  1003  Webster 
Ermath  Philip,  lumberman  (S.  F.)  res  NW  cor  Eighteenth 

and  Myrtle 
Ernest  Tate,  physician  (S.F.)  res  963  Clay 
Errickson  E.,  tailor  with  M.  J.  Healy,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 
Erskine  John  B.,  porter  with  Cross  &  Co.  (S.  F.)  res  1060 

Third 
Eskelds  Nils,  farmer  with  Horatio  P.  Livermore 
Esmond  Mary  E.,  nurse,  1226  Myrtle 
Espinosa  Damian,  master  mariner,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr 

Dwightway,  W.  B. 
Espy  Mary  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  817  Seventeenth 
Estelle  Theodore,  engineer  "Weston  &  Welch,  res   SW  cor 

Seventh  av  and  East  10th 
Estelle  Thomas,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  SE  cor  Lewis  and  Fifth 
Esterly  R.  G.,  res  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Wood  and  Willow 
Eureka  Hotel,  H.  H.  Meyer  proprietor,  SW  cr  Seventh  and 

Washington 
EUREKA  LIVERY  STABLE,  D.  M.  Ayers  proprietor,  NE 

cor  Seventeenth  and  San  Pablo  av 
Eureka  Photograph  Gallery,  Jaycox  &  Cary  proprietors,  NW 

Fifteenth  and  San  Pablo  av 
Eustace  James,  painter,  res  N  s  William  bet  Pine  and  Cedar 
Evans  C.  W.,  widow,  res  E  s  Eleventh  av  bet  East  11th  and 

East  12th 
Evans  Edward,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Evans  H.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  shop  and  res  860  Jefferson 
Evans  Henry,  waiter  St.  Louis  House 
Evans  Homer,  compositor  Transcript,   res  Washington  bet 

Twelfth  and  Thirteenth 
Evans  James  D.,  hay  and  grain,  SE  cor  Telegraph  av  and 

Twenty-fourth 
Evans  Matilda,  domestic  with  Thomas  W.  Badger,  res  484 

Laurel 


PIEDMT  SPRINGS ADWHI 


FIRST  CLASS  ACCOMMODATIONS  AT  ALL  HOURS. 


Drink  Napa  Soda  and  enjoy  life  and  health.     Agency,  469  Ninth 


OAKLAND     [JJ]    DIRECTORY.  185 

Evans  Thomas,  bootmaker  with  David  Stuart,  res  860  Jeffer- 
son 
Evans  West,  tie  contractor' C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  N  s  Sycamore  nr 

Telegraph  av 
Everett  Carleton,  student  University 
Everett  David  H.,  bookkeeper  with  Rosener  Bros.   (S.  F.) 

res  1128  Myrtle 
Everett  Edward,  salesman  with  Weaver  &  Taylor  (S.  F.)  res 

719  Eighth 
Everinghim  Samuel  M.  (Wagner  &  Co.)  res  cor  Campbell 

and  Eighth 
Evers  Joseph,  expressman,  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Seventh, 

res  W  s  Elm  av  nr  Plymouth  av 
Everson  Mark  (W.  &  M.  Everson)  res  763  Webster 
EVERSON  W.  &  M.,  hardware,  tools  and  agricultural  im- 
plements, SW  cor  Ninth  and  Broadway 
Everson  Wallace  (W.  &  M.  Everson)  res  763  Webster 
Evoy  J.  E.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Logan  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Ewing  J.  C,  solicitor,  res  E  s  Broadway  nr  Bay  pi 
Ewing  Joseph  D.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  820  twelfth 
Eyman  August,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Eyre  Thomas,  cook  D.  and  D.  and  B.  Asylum 
Eyrich  George,  laborer,  res  762  Franklin 


\V.  &  M.  EVERSON, 


S.  W.  cor.  Broadway  and  Ninth. 


"*ll  RFRT  £  HIINTFR  BUY  and  SELL  REAL  ESTATE  and  M1N|NG  property— loans 


NEGOTIATED.     224  Montgomery  St.  S.  F.,  or  Park  st.  Alameda. 


Woodward  &  Taggart,  Real  Estate  Agents  and  Auctioneers. 


186  OAKLAND     [p]    DIRECTORY. 


Fabian  Samuel  L.,  student  University 

Fabrique  Bernil  C,  manager  with  Kohler  &  Chase,  res  Sun- 

nyside  Hotel 
Fagen  E.  A.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Eighth  bet  Canter  and  Chester 
Fairbairn  Edward,  driver  E.  O.  F.  V.  &M.  S.  R.  R.,  res  Ss 

East  17th  bet  Twelfth  and  Thirteenth  avs 
Fairbank  Charles  E.  (Fairbank,  Clancy  &  Co.,  S.  F.)  res  Ss 

Plymouth  av  nr  Elm 
Fairbanks  Dolphes  B.,  student  University,  res  Zeta  Psi  Hall 
Fairbanks  Frank  J.,  student  University,  res  Zeta  Psi  Hall 
Fairchild  James  C,  surveyor,  res  SW  cor  Clay  and  Twelfth 
Fairchild  Judd  H.,  clerk  with  Charles  Jones,  res  912  Center 
Fairchild  M.  E.  Mrs.,  res  SW  cor  Clay  and  Twelfth 
Fairchild  O.  L.  C,  president  Oakland  News  Co.,   res  770 

Thirteenth 
Fairchilds  Robert,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Falconer  James,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Thirtieth  nr  Union 
Falconer  William,  laborer,  res  N  s  Thirtieth  nr  Magnolia 
Falke  W.  &  Co.  (William  Falke  and  Charles  Kiel)  bottled- 

beer  depot,  1808  Grove 
Falke  William  (W.  Falke  &  Co.)  res  1808  Grove 
Fallan  Edward  F.,  painter,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av,  1  mile  S. 

from  University 
Fallmer  R.  F.,  carpenter  and  builder,  423  Tenth 
Fallon  James,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  1163  Third 
Fallon  Joseph,  bookkeeper,  res  E  s  Oak  nr  Sixth 
Fallon  Malachi,  poulterer,  res  56  Seventh 
FANEUIL  HALL  INSURANCE  CO.  (Boston)  W.F.  Hitch- 
cock agent,  958  Broadway 
Fanning  G.  T.,  engineer,  res  NW  cor  Henry  and  Fifth 
Fannon  John,  laborer,  res  E  s  Lewis  bet  Third  and  Fifth 
Fannon  Patrick,  laborer,  res  E  s  Lewis  nr  Third 
FARLEY    EBEN    C,    deputy   county   clerk,    res    Winsor 

House 
Farley  Michael,  bartender  with  John  Maher,  res  Seventeenth 

nr  San  Pablo  av 
Farley  P.,  laborer,  res  W  s  Willow  nr  Seventh 
Farley  Patrick,  res  N  s  East  16th  bet  Twelfth  and   Thir- 
teenth avs 
Farley  Peter,  laborer,  res  W  s  Lewis  bet  Fourth  and  Fifth 
Farley  Robert,  marblecutter  with  J.  Sullivan,  res  1763  Grove 
Farmer  Rudolph,  carpenter,  716  Broadway,  res  cor  Seven- 
teenth av  and  East  12th 


Go  to  PIEDMONT  SPRINGS  for  a  Drive  and  elegant  Dinner 


DAY  or  NIGHT 
only  3  miles. 


J.  8.  G.  Gordon  is  the  Pioneer  Ice  man,  469  Ninth  St.,  Oakland. 


OAKLAND      [  P  ]    DIRECTORY.  187 

Farno  A.  C,  collector,  837  Washington,  res  1253  Fifteenth 

Farnum  A.  L.  Mrs.,  dressmaking,  res  862  Castro 

Farnum  Moses,  carpenter,  res  Fourteenth  bet  Franklin  and 

Broadway 
Farnum  Oliver  J.,  salesman  with  G.  F.  M.  Glover,  res  W  s 

Chester  bet  Eighth  and  Ninth 
Farquhar  Mary  Mrs.,  res  819  Webster 
Farra  Louis  C,  salesman  with  Ash  Bros.,  res  729  Eighth 
Farrell  A.  E.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  1754  Telegraph  av 
Farrell  Edward  T.,  contractor,  res  561  Seventh 
Farrell  EdAvard  T.  S.,  machine  operator,  res  E  s  Cypress  bet 

Ninth  and  Tenth 
Farrell  James,  car  repairer  C.  P.  B.  B.,  res  E  s  Wood  bet 

Seward  and  Lincoln 
Farrell  John,  boot  and  shoemaker,  422  Third 
Farrell  John,  groceries,  store  and  res  1700  Eighth 
Farrell  John,  saloon,  700  Broadway 
Farrell  Julia  M.,  res  809  Henry 

Farrell  Mary  Mrs.,  res  E  s  Cypress  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth 
Farrell  William  M.,  waiter  Newland  House  Bestaurant 
Farrier  Hiram  L.,  res  E  s  Sixth  av  bet  East  15th  and  East 

16th 
Farrington  E.  D.,  clerk  Custom  House  (S.  F.)  res  1267  Clay 
FARWELL  &  HIRSHBERG  (George  E.  Farwell  and  David 

S.  Hirshberg)  gents'  furnishing  goods,  1103  Broadway 
Farwell  B.  E.,  proprietor  Kelsey  Stables,  Telegraph  av  bet 

Twenty-third  and  Twenty-fourth 
Farwell  F.  M.  (Whittier,  Fuller  &  Co.)  res  371  Eighth 
Farwell  George  E.  (Farwell  &  Hirshberg)  res  418  Fifth 
Farwell  W.,  carpenter,  res  565  Second 
Faschian  Herman,  cook  with  Petersen  &  Basmussen,  res  359 

Third 
FASHION  LIVERY  STABLE,  McCleverty  &  Noblett  pro- 
prietors, 860  Broadway 
Fassett  Harris  H.,  insurance  (S.  F.)  res  1365  Market 
Faulkner  C.  S.  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Grove  nr  Nineteenth 
Faulkner  Thomas,  porter  Blake  House 
Favor  Chauncey  O.,  sashmaker  with  A.  T.  Elford  &  Co.,  res 

N  s  Third  bet  Brush  and  Castro 
Favor  James,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Third  bet  Brush  and  Castro 
Fay  James,  painter,  res  El  Dorado  House 
Fayers  Katie,  domestic,  568  Seventeenth 
Fayes  — ,  clerk,  res  E  s  Wood  nr  Willow 
Fearey  Joseph  H.,  salesman  with  Mellis  Bros.,  res  E  s  Grove 

nr  Caledonia  av 
Fearey  Mary  Mrs.,  res  SE  cor  Grove  and  Caledonia  av 


'II  RFRT  £  HIINTFR  f  REAL  ESTATE  and  INSURANCE  AGENTS  l  224  MONTGOMEKr,  S.F. 


LOANS  NEGOTIATED.  J      or  Park  st.,  Alameda. 


WOODWARD  &  TAGGART,  460  and  462  EIGHTH  STREET. 


188  OAKLAND    [p]    DIRECTORY. 

Fearey  Robert  D.,  plumber  with  James  McGivney,  res  N  s 

Spring  nr  Adeline 
Fearey  Theodore  H.,  clerk  with  Morris  Rosenberg,  res  SE 

cor  Grove  and  Caledonia  av 
Federspiel  A.  &  Co.  (Andrew  Federspiel  and  John  F.  Ras- 

mussen)  fish  and  oysters,  463  Fourth 
Federspiel  Andrew  (A.  Federspiel  &  Co.)  res  469  Fourth 
Fee  John  D.,  architect,  res  77  Valley 
Fee  Patrick,  farmer,  res  E  s  College  av  one-half  mile  south 

of  Asylum,  B. 
Feely  Cormick,  laborer,  res  1001  Franklin 
Feeney  J.  C,  tinner,  res  Eland  House 
Feeney  Mark,  laborer,  res  1122  Fifteenth  av 
Feeney  Michael,  farmer,  res  Cameron  nr  Jackson 
Feeny  Owen,  laborer,  res  967  Fifth 

Feeny  Patrick,  laborer  Oakland  Gas  Co.,  res  317  Fourth 
Fehey  Celia,  chambermaid  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Felling  Louis  H.,  bookkeeper,  res  N  s  East  32d  nr  Thirteenth 

av,  Lynn 
Fell  John,  plasterer,  res  cor  First  and  Franklin 
Felley  Philomilo,  blindmaker  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res  Al- 
ameda 
Fellows  E.  C,  superintendent  Western  Division  C.  P.  R.  R., 

res  940  Myrtle 
Felton  Edward  S.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Felton  Engine  Co.  No.  2,  E.  F.  Voorhees  foreman,  468-470 

Sixth 
Felton  John  B.  Mrs.,  res  930  Adeline 
Felver  Daniel,  cigar  manufacturer,  W  s  San  Pablo  av  bet 

Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth,  res  815  Twenty-eighth 
Fenn  Thomas,  speculator,  res  56  Seventh 
Fenn  Thomas  W.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  476  Twelfth 
Fenner  Edgar  B.,  painter,  res  563  Frederick 
Fenner  Lucinda  Mrs.,  dressmaker  with  Mrs.  P.  Cook,  res 

SW  cor  Eighteenth  and  San  Pablo  av 
FENNESSEY  JOHN,  proprietor  Oakland  Billiard  Parlor, 

863  Broadway,  res  662  Sixth 
Fenno  M.  F.,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Ferge  Richard,  upholsterer,  res  S  s  Taylor  nr  Willow 
Fenton  A.  shipwright,  res  Carleton  nr  Humboldt  av,  B. 
Ferguson  George,  plumber,  res  853  Harrison 
Ferguson  H.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Ferguson  John,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Ferguson  M.  A.  Mrs.,  res  853  Harrison 
Ferguson  Samuel,  mining,  res  54  East  12th 
Ferguson  William  L.,  carpenter,  res  Willow  nr  Seventh 


PIFDWIflNT    ^PRINP9  AN  EXCELLENT  SUMMER  AND  WINTER  RESORT. 


3  miles  from  Oakland.        A.  D.  WHITNEY ^Propr. 


Try  Gordon's  ice  Cream.    It  is  the  Best  and  Cheapest.    469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND    [J1]    DIRECTORY.  189 

Fernald  W.  H.,  expressman  SE  cor  Seventh  and  Washing- 
ton, res  Forty-sixth  nr  Telegraph  av 
Fernand  John  J.,  student,  res  N  s  Forty-second  nr  Grove 
FERNANDEZ  J.  L.  &  CO.  (J.  L.  Fernandez)  groceries  and 

liquors,  SE  cor  Alden  and  San  Pablo  av  and  junction 

Adeline  and  San  Pablo  av 
Fernandez  J.  L.  (J.  L.  Fernandez  &  Co.)  res  junction  Adeline 

and  San  Pablo  av 
Ferre'  Albert,  messenger  A.  D.  Tel.  Co.,  res  810  Fourteenth 
Ferre  Ella  Miss,  res  810  Fourteenth 
Ferre'  H.  R.,  stock  dealer,  res  810  Fourteenth 
Ferre'  Melville,  messenger  A.  D.  Tel.  Co.,  res  810  Fourteenth 
Ferrea  George,  real  estate  agent  (S.  F.)  res  E  s  Grove  nr 

Third 
Ferrell  Herman,  driver  Broadway  and  Piedmont  R.  R.,  res 

Webster  nr  Mountain  View  Cemetery 
Ferrero  Mateo,  shoemaker,  N  s  Twentieth  nr  Castro 
Ferris  B.  F.  Mrs.,  res  468  Fifth 

Ferris  D.  C,  mining  (S.  F.)  res  E  s  Jackson  nr  Fifteenth 
Ferris  Richard,  paper  carrier,  res  W  s  Center  bet  Second 

and  Third 
Fety  C.  B.,  engraver,  res  N  s  William  bet  Wood  and  Willow 
Feucht  Margaret,  widow,  res  Oakland  av  nr  Perry 
FFRENCH  NICHOLAS,  groceries  and  liquors,  721  Linden, 

res  723  Linden 
Fibush  Aron  (Baptiste  &  Fibush)  res  Eighth  nr  Clay 
Fick  Annie  Mrs.,  fancy  goods,  1761  Seventh 
Fick  August,  painter,  res  1761  Seventh 
Fidler  Hercules,  gardener,  N  s  Merrimac  bet  Telegraph  av 

and  Webster 
Fieberling  Peter,  bartender  with  Tubbs  &  Collins,  res  Web- 
ster nr  Mountain  View  Cemetery 
Field  Edward  G.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Evoy  av  nr  Telegraph  av 
Field  Frederick  A.,  student  Pacific  Theological  Seminary 
Field  H.  N.  Miss,  principal  Home  School  for  Young  Ladies, 

523-529  Hobart 
Fielding  John  C,  photographer,  res,  W  s  Harrison  bet  Sixth 

and  Seventh 
Fifty  Associates,   G.  W.  Armes  president,   E.  C.  Sessions 

secretary,  office  422  Twelfth 
Fike  Nathan,  junk  dealer,  res  W  s  Peralta  bet  William  and 

Atlantic 
Fillio  Nelson,  special  policeman,  res  1273  San  Pablo  av 
Fillmore  James,  clerk  with  D.  Rath j en,  res  NW  cor  Jefferson 

and  Fifth 
Fillmore  John,  gardener,  res  N  s  Twenty-first  nr  Brush 


Pll  DCDT  P  UIIMTCD  J  REAL  ESTATE  and  INSURANCE  AGENTS  (  224  MONTGOMERY.  S.F. 
UILULM  I    OC  nUil  I  LII  I  LOANS  NEGOTIATED.  j      or  Park  st.,  Alameda. 


Woodward  &  Taggart-Desirable  Business  Property  for  Sale. 


190  OAKLAND    [P]    DIRECTORY. 

Finch  Duncan  B.,  res  The  Centennial 

Finch  E.  S.,  bookkeeper,  res  Winsor  House 

Finch  James,  teamster,  res  Roff  Hotel 

Finch   William   H.,  clerk  with  F.  Barbagelata  &  Co.,  res 

Eleventh  bet  Alice  and  Harrison 
Finch  William  H.,  salesman  with  A.  Haas  &  Co.  (S.  F.)  res 

cor  Seward  and  Pine 
FINCK  HENRY,  groceries,  wines  and  liquors,  SW  cor  Fifth 

and  Lewis 
Fincke  H.  W.,  expressman,  SW  cor  Broadway  and  Sixth, 

res  Third  bet  Washington  and  Clay 
Findley  Felix,  carpenter,  res  cor  Third  and  Harrison 
Findley  J.  M.,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  Second  and  University 

av,  W.  B. 
Finegan  James  C,  tinsmith,  res  914  Fifth 
Fininger  Louis,  watchmaker  with  Weyl  Bros  (S.  F.)  res  W 

s  Kirkham  bet  Eleventh  and  Twelfth 
Fininger  Marie  Miss,  teacher  piano,  res  W  s  Kirkham  bet 

Eleventh  and  Twelfth 
Fininger  Rudolph,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  W  s  Kirkham  bet 

Eleventh  and  Twelfth 
Finkeldey  Frederick,  butcher  with  H.  Finkeldey,  res  Eagle 

House 
FINKELDEY    HENRY,    butcher,    705  Broadway,  res  609 

Harrison 
Finkeldey  Henry  jr.,  butcher  with  G.   W.  Scribner 
Finley  Felix,  carpenter,  res  660  Harrison 
Finley  James,  fireman,  res  712  Franklin 
Finnell  J.,  with  Oakland  Planing  Mill 
Finnell  Stephen,  cook,  res  W  s  Sixth  nr  Delaware,  W.  B. 
Finney  A.  K.,  blacksmith,    res  E  s   Thirteenth  av  bet  East 

16th  and  East  17th 
Finney  G.  AV.  Mrs.,  res  436  Eleventh 

Finney  J.  W.  J.,  compositor  Transcript,  res  1156  Broadway 
Finney  S.  W.,  blacksmith,  res  E  s  East  16th  bet  Twelfth  and 

Thirteenth  avs 
Finney  William  H.,  carpenter,   res  E   s   Telegraph  av  bet 

Merrimac  and  Prospect  pis 
Finnie  Walter  F.,  student  University,  res  Zeta  Psi  Hall 
Finnigan  Barney  F.,   painter  with  M.    J.    Finnigan,  res  S  s 

Nineteenth  bet  Brush  and  Castro 
FINNIGAN  MICHAEL  J.,   house    and  sign   painter,  1311 

Broadway,  res  S  s  Nineteenth  bet  Brush  and  Castro 
Finucane  Sallie  Miss,  res  N  s  Forty-second  nr  Telegraph  av 
Finucane  W.  M.,  clerk  with  Cadogan  &  Co.,  res  Forty-second 

bet  Grove  and  Telegraph  av 


A  beautiful  Slimmer  Home — PIEDMONT  SPRINGS 


THREE  MILES  FROM 
OAKLAND. 


ICE  CREAM   MADE  TO  ORDER  at  GORDON'S,  469   NINTH  ST. 


OAKLAND     [p]    DIRECTORY.  191 

Fire  Association  of  Philadelphia,  J.  J.  Gardiner  agent,  1106 

Broadway 
First  Baptist  Church,  Rev.  B.  S.  McLafferty  pastor,    SE  cor 

Fourteenth  and  Brush 
First  Club  House,  George  D.  Murray  president,  University 

av  opp  Chapel,  B. 
First  Congregational  Church,  Rev.  J.  K.  McLean  pastor,  NE 

cor  Tenth  and  Washington 
First  Congregational  Church   (Berkeley)  Rev.  E.  B.  Payne 

pastor,  E  s  Humboldt  av  nr  Dwight  av 
First  Methodist  Episcopal  Church,  Rev.  R.  Bentley  pastor, 

SE  cor  Fourteenth  and  Clay 
FIRST  NATIONAL  GOLD  BANK  OF  OAKLAND,  V.  D. 

Moody  president,  G.  M.   Fisher  cashier,  969  Broadway 
First  Presbyterian  Church,  Rev.  James  Eells  pastor,  NE  cor 

Franklin  and  Fourteenth 
First  Presbvterian  Church,  NE  cor  East  14th  and  Fifteenth 

av,  E,  O. 
Fischer  Max,  wagonmaker  with  Benj.  Kneale,  res  Humboldt 

Hotel 
Fish  Charles  H.,  president  Con.  Virginia  Mining  Co.,  office 

27  Nevada  Block  (S.  F.)  res  626  Thirteenth 
Fish  Emma  Miss,  res  1772  Seventh 
Fish  Erskine,  capitalist,  res  269  Fifth 
Fish  J.  H.,  banker  (S.  F.)  res  SE  cor  Grove  and  Ninth 
Fish  M.  W.,  physician,  res  461  East  14th 
Fish  Nathaniel  P.,  shoemaker,  res  860  East  14th 
Fish  Theodore  J.,  with  Con.  Virginia  Mining  Co.  (S.  F.)res 

626  Thirteenth 
Fisher  A.  D.,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  863  Cedar 
Fisher  Albert  E.,   compositor,    res  SW  cor  Thirtieth   and 

Linden 
FISHER  BENJAMIN  D.,  wines  and  liquors,  NE  cor  East 

11th  and  Thirteenth  av 
Fisher  Beriah  P.,  carpenter,  res  358  Seventh 
Fisher  C.  H.  Mrs.,  res  Winsor  House 

Fisher  E.  E.,  watchmaker  Cal.  Watch  Co.,  res  SE  cor  Uni- 
versity av  and  Second,  W.  B 
Fisher  Ellen,  teacher  music,  res  970  Third 
Fisher  Fannie  H.  Miss,  res  863  Cedar 

Fisher  Fayette,  carpenter,  res  Ns  Forty-third  nr  Telegraph  av 
Fisher  Frank  L.,  printer  Oakland  Journal,  res  Elm  opp  Valley 
Fisher  Frederick,  plumber  with  O.  C.  Kirk,  res  358  Seventh 
Fisher  George,  painter,  res  Ns  Forty-second  nr  Telegraph  av 
FISHER  G.  M.,  cashier  First  National  Gold  Bank,  res  904 

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Fisher  Henry   R.,  plumber  with  Henry  Madden,  res  358 

Seventh 
Fisher  Jacob,  fireman  C.  P.  R.   R.,   res   N  s  Goss  nr  Cedar 
FISHER  JOHN,  groceries  and  liquors,  NW  cor  Twenty-sixth 

and  Grove 
Fisher  John,  painter,  res  SW  cor  Clay  and  Fourth 
Fisher  Michael,  groceries,  SW  cor  Clay  and  Fourth 
Fisher  Luther  P.,  advertising  agent  (S.  F.)  res  N  s  Brown 

nr  West 
Fisher  Simon,  res  S  s  Thirty-third  nr  West 
Fisher  William,  driver  with  John  Thomson,  res  563  Sixth 
FISK  LEANDER,  groceries  and  liquors,  store  and  res  SW 

cor  Third  and  Adeline 
Fiske  William  H.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  William  bet  Cedar  and 

Bay 
Fitch  &  Cox  (Edward  R.  Fitch  and  Harris  G.  Cox)  proprie- 
tors Golden  Gate  Saloon,  NE  cor   Bristol  and  Third, 
W.  B. 
Fitch  Edward   R.    (Fitch  &  Cox)  res  NE  cor  Bristol  and 

Third,  W.  B. 
Fitzell  Peter  (Lynch,  Maloney  &  Fitzell)  res  804  Jefferson 
Fitzgerald  David,  laborer  with  Taylor  &  Co.,  res  812  Six- 
teenth 
Fitzgerald  E.,  boots  and  shoes,  506  Seventh,  res  Seventh  nr 

Bay 
Fitzgerald  Edward  J.,  salesman  with  O'Connell  &  Co.,  res 

812  Sixteenth 
Fitzgerald  Frederick,  clerk  with  E.  D.  Block  &  Co.,  res  951 

Broadway 
Fitzgerald   James,    laborer,  res   N   s   Forty-ninth  nr  Tele- 
graph av 
Fitzgerald  James,  stableman,  res  1021  Third 
Fitzgerald  John,  deckhand  stmr  Capital 
Fitzgerald   Margaret,    domestic,  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Ply- 
mouth av 
Fitzgerald  Mathew,  laborer,  res  W  s  Watts  nr  Peralta 
Fitzgerald  Maurice,  laborer,  res  E  s  Chester  bet  Third  and 

Fifth 
Fitzgerald  Maurice  D.,  laborer,  res  N  s  Eleventh  nr  Center 
Fitzgerald  Michael,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Watts  nr  Peralta 
Fitzgerald  Richard,  laborer,  res  W  s  Watts  nr  Peralta 
Fitzgibbon  Thomas,  hackman,  cor  Broadway  and  Seventh, 

res  Harrison  bet  Fifth  and  Sixth 
Fitzgibbons  Thomas,  hackman,  res  810  Harrison 
Fitzmaurice  John,  gardener,  res  713  Fifteenth 
Fitzpatrick  Peter,  plasterer,  res  S  s  Eighteenth  nr  Kirkham 


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OAKLAND    [  Y  ]    DIRECTORY.  *     193 

Fitzsiinmons  John,  painter  and  extraman  Engine  Co.  No.  1, 

res  El  Dorado  House 
Flagg  Henry  H.,  broker,  (S.  F.)  res  804  Tenth 
Flagg  Julia  A.,  proprietress  Capital  Hotel,  SW  cor  Eleventh 

and  Franklin 
Flaherty  John,  laborer,  res  770  Willow 
Flaherty  Patrick,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  W  s  Magnolia  nr 

Seventh 
Flaherty  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Pine  nr  Atlantic 
Flaherty  Thomas,  laborer,  res  W  s  Magnolia  nr  Seventh 
Flaherty  Thomas,   painter,  res  N  s  Eighteenth  bet  Center 

and  Cypress 
Flanagan  Mary,  domestic  with  E.  F.  Schroder 
Flandin  Joseph,  special  policeman,  res  317  Third 
Flanigan    Christopher,    laundry,    res    S    s    Prospect  av  nr 

Broadway 
Flanigan  Edward,  paper  carrier,  res  1159  Third 
Flannery  James,  laborer,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 
Flannery  Joseph,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  N  s  Seventh  bet 

Cedar  and  Pine 
Fleck  Amelia,  midwife,  res  721  Sixth 
Fleck  Gustav,  barber  with  E.  Maleton,  res  721  Sixth 
Fleming  &  Trask  (John  J.  Fleming  and  S.  D.  Trask)  wines 

and  liquors,  625  East  12th 
Fleming  James,  longshoreman,  res  1862  West 
Fleming  John  J.  (Fleming  &  Trask)  res  Ninth  avnr  East  12th 
Fleming  J.  R.  Mrs.,  res  304  Ninth 
Fleming  Patrick,  laborer  Oakland  Gaslight  Co.,  res  Eagle 

House 
Fletcher  James,  sashmaker  with  H.  W.  Barnes 
Fletcher  John,  carpenter,  res  Eastern  Hotel 
Fletcher  John  B.,  sash  and  blindmaker,   res  East  16th  nr 

Sixteenth  av    „ 
Fletcher  John  N.,  shoemaker,  res  814  Henry 
Fletcher  Joseph,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Fletcher  Robert  J.,  hackman,  Broadway  and  Seventh,  res 

1950  Filbert 
Fletcher  Thomas  H.,  grainer,  res  566  Frederick 
Fletcher  William  F.,   foreman  Oakland  R.  R.  Stables,  res 

1308  Telegraph  av 
Flick  G.  W.,  carpenter,  res  Union  Hotel 
Flinn  —  ,  reporter  Transcript,  res  Nicholl  House 
Flint  Amasa,  ship  carpenter,  res  N  s  Short  nr  Bay 
Flint  Augustus  P.,  insurance  agent  (S.  F.)  res  1103  Filbert 
Flint  Edward  P.   (Flint,   Peabody  &  Co.,    S.  F.)   res  W  s 

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Flint  Eli jali  T.  (South wick  &  Flint)  res  SW  cor  Castro  and 

Sixteenth 
FLINT    GEORGE  B.     (Sanford,    Kelsey  &  Co.)    res   971 

Broadway 
Flint  Levi,  boot  and  shoemaker,  S  s  Seventh  bet  Wood  and 

Pine,  res  N  s  Eighth  bet  Wood  and  Willow 
Flood  Isaac,  whitener,  res  N  s  East  15th  between  Thirteenth 

and  Fourteenth  avs 
Flood  Isabella,  widow,  res  1210  West 
Flood  Stephen,  carpenter,  res  Capital  Hotel 
Flora  E.  H.,  house  mover,  res  869  Lydia 
Flora  Melcajah  Pi.,  house  mover,  res  E  s  Myrtle  nr  Twenty- 
second 
Floud  John  W.,  gasfitter  with  Dalziel  &  Moller,    res  E  s 

Linden  nr  Eighteenth 
Flour  Joseph,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Flowers  Frank,  carpenter,  res  510  Eighth 
Fluge  Martha,  domestic,  578  Sixteenth 
Flynn  Andrew,  groceries,  1601  Myrtle 
Flynn  Edmond,  groceries  (S.  F.)  res  721  Fourth 
Flynn  Hugh,  blacksmith  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Cedar  nr  Seventh 
Flynn  James,  laborer,  res  Twenty -fourth  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Flynn   James,    upholsterer    with    C.   L.    Taylor,    res   1057 

Webster 
Flynn  Patrick,  laborer,  res  E  s  Lewis  bet  Fifth  and  Seventh 
Flynn  Richard,  oiler  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  1555  Seventh 
Flynn  Timothy,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Eighteenth  between  Kirk- 
ham  and  Cypress 
Flynn  William,  blacksmith,  with  M.  W.  Allen 
Focacci  L.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  653  Myrtle 
Fogarty  James,   printer  with  Butler  &   Bowman,    res   863 

Twenty-second 
Fogarty  Maria,  domestic  with  C.  F.  Hawkins 
Fogart}-  Thomas,  pile  driver,  res  921  Fifth 
Fogg  George  E.,  student  University,  res  311  Seventh 
FOGG  GEORGE  H.,  real  estate  agent,    369   Seventh,    res 

311  Seventh 
Fogg  George  W.,   superintendent  Pacific  Iron  Works,  res 

SE  cor  Filbert  and  Seventh 
Fogg  J.  B.  Mrs.,  teacher  wax  flowers,  E  s  Lewis  nr  Fifth 
Fogg  John  B.,  bricklayer,  res  E  s  Lewis  nr  Fifth 
Fogg  Joseph,  carpenter,  res  813  Market    ■ 
Foley  D.,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 
Foley  James,  painter  W.  D.  Co. 

FOLEY  JAMES  J.,  money  broker,  res  1023  Peralta 
Foley  John,  laborer  O.  Paving  Co.,  res  666  Twenty-seventh 


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Foley    John,   laborer  W.    D.  Co.,   res  NE   cor   Tenth  and 

Franklin 
Foley  Martin,  blacksmith,  res  El  Dorado  House 
Foley  Michael,  coachman,  903  Market 
Foley  Michael,  laborer,  res  1171  Third 
Foley  Thomas,  laborer  C.  P.   R.   R.,  res  E  s  Chestnut  nr 

First 
Foley  Thomas,  laborer  with  Freeman  &  Jaffe,  res  Chestnut 

bet  First  and  Third 
Folger  George  S.,  teamster  with  Freeman  &  Jaffe,   res  303 

Second 
Folger  James  A.,  spice  mills  (S.  F.)  res  NE  cor  Taylor  and 

Willow 
Folger  Samuel  G.,  collector  Freeman  &  Jaffe,  res  303  Second 
Folkers  J.   H.    A.,    surgical   instruments  (S.    F.)    res   915 

Myrtle 
FOLLRATH   ADAM,  horseshoer  and  farrier,   1062   Thir- 
teenth av,  res  Lynn 
Follrath  William  A.,   blacksmith  with  Adam  Follrath,  res 

Lynn 
Folsom  Wallace  L.,   bookkeeper  with  Purington  &  Reed, 

res  Union  Hotel 
Folte  Gustav,  bookkeeper  with  Burns,  Whitman  &  Gardiner, 

res  Washington  bet  Eighth  and  Ninth 
Fonda  David  B.,  engineer  C.  P.   R.  R.,  res  N  s  Goss  bet 

Pine  and  Willow 
Fonda  George  H.,   fireman  C.   P.  R.  R.,  res  N  s  Goss  bet 

Wood  and  Pine 
Fonda  P.  W.,  coal  inspector  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  N  s  Goss  bet 

Pine  and  Wood 
Fontana  F.  J.,  ice  cream  and  confectionery,  469  Seventh,  res 

N  s  Seventh  bet  Pine  and  Willow 
Fontana  M.   J.,  wholesale  commission  merchant  (S.  F.)  res 

SE  cor  Eighth  and  Willow 
FONTE    ANTONIO,  general  merchandise,    NE   cor   East 

12th  and  Sixteenth  av  res  1111  Sixteenth  av 
Fonte  Henry  clerk  with  A.  Fonte,  res  1111  Sixteenth  av 
Fonte  Joseph,  tanner  with  J.  S.  Derby 

Foo  Lee  (Chinese)  laundry,  East  14th  nr  Twenty-second  av 
Foot  George,  farmer,  res  junction  Broadway  and  University 

av 
Foot  Manuel  S.,   laborer  C.   P.  R.    R.,    res  East   23d   nr 

Twentv-first  av 
Foote  William  W.,  atty-at-law  (S.  F.)res  NE  cor  Thirteenth 

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Forber  Charles,  res  476  Twelfth 


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Forbes  George,  carpenter  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Tele- 
graph road  and  Clifton 
Ford  Alvin,  general  merchandise,  1080  Fourteenth  av 
Ford  D.  R.,  butcher,  835  Washington,  res  420  Fifth 
Ford  George,  laborer,  res  818  Twelfth 
Ford  J.  B.,  res  765  Grove 

Ford  J.  B.,  lumber,  res  SW  cor  Fifth  av  and  East  9th 
Ford  John  A.,  whitener,  res  764  Sixth 
Ford  N.  V.,  res  420  Fifth 
Fordman  D.,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co. 

Forg  Charles,  bartender  Mammoth  Saloon,  res  415  Fourth 
FOREST  TREE  NURSERY,  Bailey  &   Co.,    proprietors, 

NW  cor  East  12th  and  Third  av 
Forester  Edward  (Downing  &  Forester)  res  Eureka  Hotel 
Forrest  Mary  A.  Miss,  nurse,  res  E  s  Wood  bet  Eighth  and 

Chase 
Forrest  W.  B.,  laborer,  res  Eland  House 
Forrester  J.  D.,  veterinary  surgeon,  res  1927  Myrtle 
Forster  J.  H.  Mrs.,  res  758  Castro 

Forsyth  Edwin  R.,  carpenter,  res  Ns  Delaware  nr  Sixth,  W.  B. 
Forsyth  Joseph,  waiter  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Fortin  V.  L.,  clerk,  res  613  Tenth 
Fortman  D.,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 
Fortman  Fred.,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Central  Pacific 

Railroad  House 
Foss  Walter  A.,  truckman,  res  488  Laurel 
Fossard  Aimable,  collector  (S.  F.)  res  SE  cor  Thirteenth 

and  Peralta 
Foster  Emma  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  res  607 Franklin 
Foster  Henry  A.,  shipjoiner  W.  D.  Co.,    res  W  s  Center  nr 

Fifth 
Foster  Henry   W.,    painter    with    Thomas    Flaherty,    res 

Center  bet  Fourth  and  Fifth 
Foster  John,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  821  Henry 
Foster  John  A.,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Filbert  nr  Twenty-eighth 
Foster  John  B. ,  res  SW  cor  Seventeenth  and  Franklin 
Foster  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Seventh  bet  Washington 

and  Clay 
Foster  Thomas  J.,  master  mariner,  res  819  Fifteenth 
Foster  William  W.,  freight  clerk  Oakland  wharf,  res  Pine 

nr  Ninth 
Foster  — ,  res  W  s  Thirteenth  av  bet  East  15th  and  East  16th 
Foster  — ,  res  1061  Alice 

Foucault  Victor  M.,  real  estate  (S.  F.)  res  518  Charter 
Foulkes   James   F.,     physician,    1068   Broadway,    res    571 

Twelfth 


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OAKLAND     [p]    DIRECTORY.  197 

Foulkes  Kyle,  hatter,  res  571  Twelfth 

FOUNTAIN  &  RYAN  (W.  H.  Fountain  and  Daniel  Kyan) 
druggists,  1158  Broadway 

Fountain  George  W.,  res  135-4  Broadway 

Fountain  Henry  W.,  clerk  with  Starkweather  &  Son,  res 
1418  San  Pablo  av 

Fountain  Mattie  E.,  artist,  res  1354  Broadway 

Fountain  William  H.  (Fountain  &  Ryan)  res  1418  San  Pa- 
blo av 

Fowler  D.  C,  branch  N.  Y.  Bakery,  store  and  res  1218 
Broadway 

Fowler  Foland  B.,  teacher  D.  and  D.  and  B.  Asylum 

Fowler  Frank  L.  (Johnson  &  Fowler)  res  767  Alice 

Fowler  James  H.,  engineer  Pacific  Jute  Manufacturing  Co., 
res  cor  Seventh  av  and  East  10th 

Fowler  James  M.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Forty -fifth  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Fowler  Jefferson,  res  S  s  Merrimac  pi  nr  Webster 

Fowler  J.  T.,  farmer,  res  E  s  Telegraph  Road  nr  Asylum, B. 

Fowler  William  W.,  real  estate  and  insurance  agent,  917 
Broadway,  res  702  Tenth 

Fowzer  Jacob,  graiuer,  res  968  Third 

Fox  Charles  N.,  atty-at-law,  528  California  (S.  F.)  res  1057 
Market 

Fox  Daniel  W.,  farmer,  N  s  Birch  nr  Telegraph  av,  Te- 
mescal 

Fox  D wight  W.,  student  University 

Fox  J.,  with  Oakland  Planing  Mill 


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Fox  James,  stableman  with  TV.  A.  Richards 

Fox  John,  coachman,  res  621  Thirteenth 

Fox  John  S.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  360  Fifth 

Fox  Lizzie,  domestic,  927  Filbert 

Fox   Lo,    tinsmith   with   M.    De   La   Montanya,    res   1012 

Twenty-eighth 
Fox  M.  J.  Mrs.,  ladies'  hairdresser,  1012  Twenty-eighth 
Fox  R.  D.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  res  220  Second 
Foy  Martin,  res  526  East  12th 
Foye  Charles  E.,  master  mariner,  res  NE  cor  Thirty- third 

and  West 
Fozard  George,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Frackell  Frederick,  fireman  Oakland  Ferries,  res  S.  F. 
Frain  James,   gardener,    TV  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Temescal 

Creek 
France  Louis   H.,  student  University,  res  S  s  Bancroft  way 

nr  Choate,  B. 
Francis  Cornelius  Mrs.,  res  S  s  East  14th  nr  Eighteenth  av 
Francis  E.  H.,  signpainter,  res  TV  s  Jefferson  bet  Fifteenth 

and  Sixteenth 
Francis  Elihu  R.,  carpenter,  res    TV  s  Jefferson  bet  Fif- 
teenth and  Sixteenth 
Francis  John,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Francis  John  Rev.,  res  TV  s  Eleventh  av  bet  East  18th  and 

East  19th 
Francis  Louise,  widow,  res  foot  of  Division 
Francis  Rose  S.  Miss,  res  716  Fourteenth 
FRANCIS  SAMUEL,  merchant  tailor,  1006  Broadway,  res 

836  Clay 
FRANCK  CHARLES,  saloon,  SW  cor  Tenth  and  Franklin, 

res  816  Magnolia 
FRANCOZ     EDWARD,     proprietor    Philadelphia    Steam 

Chemical,  Dyeing  and  Cleaning  Works,  SW  cor  Fourth 

and  Clay,  office  912  Broadway 
Frandsen  Paul,  hostler,  res  Berkeley  Farm  House 
Frank  Charles,  clerk  with  C.  B.  Rutherford 
Frank  George,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  cor  William  and 

Cedar 
Frank  Henry,  teacher  D.  and  D.  and  B.  Asylum 
Frank  Jacob,  upholsterer  with  P.  Schreiber,  res  610  Post, 

S.  F. 
Frank  Lucy,  cook,  cor  Moss  and  Telegraph  avs 
Frank  Moses,  student  University 
Frank  Nathan  H.,  student  University 
Frank  Reinhard  H.,  machinist,  res  TV  s  Willow  bet  Atlantic 

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OAKLAND     [f1]   DIRECTORY.  199 

Frank  Kudolph,  sausages,  City  Market 

Frank  Theodore,  carriage  trimmer  with  M.   W.  Allen,  res 
360  Fourth 

Franke  George,  car  cleaner  0.  P.  B.   B.,  res  William  bet 
Cedar  and  Pine 

Franke  John,  car  cleaner  C.  P.  E.  E.,  res  SE  cor  William 
and  Pine 

Franklin  Charles,  laborer,  res  E  s  Sixth  nr  Bristol,  W.  B. 

Franklin  Grammar  School,  J.  H.  Sumner  principal,  NW  cor 
Tenth  av  and  East  15th 

Franklin  House,  Henry  Garner  proprietor,  NW  cor  Fifth 
and  Franklin 

Franklin  Lotta,  with  California  Watch  Co. 

Franklin  Maggie,  with  California  Watch  Co. 

Frary  Fred.,  painter,  res  cor  Seventh  av  and  East  8th 

Frary  Joseph  H.,  painter,  res  cor  Seventh  avand  East  8th 

Fraser  E>.  McG.,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Linden  nr  Eighteenth 

Fraser  Hugh,  sheep  farmer,  res  SE  cor  Grove  and  Cale- 
donia av 

Fraser  Hugh  E.,  engineer,  res  1050  Third 

Fraser  Hugh  W.,  student  University 

Fraser  James  H.,  res  SE  cor  Grove  and  Caledonia  av 

Fraser  Malcom,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  N  s  University  av  nr 
Shattuck,  B. 

Fraser  M.  Mrs.,   dressmaker,   N  s  University  av  nr  Shat- 
tuck B. 

Fraser  Eobert,  ship  carpenter,  res  1102  Chester 

Fraser  Samuel  W.,  carpenter,  res  305  Third 

Fraser  S.  T.,  res  1050  Third 

Fraser  Thomas  Eev.,  res  916  Myrtle 

Fraser  W.,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 

Fraser  William,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Atlantic  bet  Wood  and 
Pine 

Frates  Frank,  superintendent  construction  Berkeley  E.  E., 
res  Grand  Western  Hotel 

Frates  Joseph  C,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 

FRAUNEIDER  LEOPOLD,  locksmith  with  Kaese  &  Eode, 
res  664  Harrison 

Frautsche  Gotlieb,  gardener,   E  s  Linden  bet  Eighth  and 
Tenth 

Frawley  James,   laborer,   res  SW  cor   Twenty-second   and 

Linden 
Frazer  Hugh,  blacksmith  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Tele- 
graph road  and  Clifton,  Temescal 
Frazier  L.,  cook  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Frazier  T.  J.,  teamster,  res  Boffs  Hotel 


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OAKLAND    [P]    DIRECTORY. 


Frederick  John,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  E.,  res  W  s  Chester  nr 
Eleventh 

Frederick  John  H.,  dairyman  with  J.  H.  Gordon,  res  W  s 
Magnolia  nr  Twenty-eighth 

Frederick  Vincent,  stableman  with  Tinkham  &  Butterfield 

Frederick  William  B.,  boots  and  shoes,  468  Twelfth,  res  Ws 
Brush  nr  Twenty -first 

Fredericks  J.  (Jacob  Fredericks  and  Augustus  Deine)  car- 
riage painters,  NE  cor  Eighth  and  Franklin 

Fredericks  Jacob  (J.  Fredericks)  res  569  Sixteenth 

Fredericksen  Peter,  driver  Oakland  R.  B.,  res  cor  Forty- 
ninth  and  Telegraph  av,  Temescal 

Frederickson  Nicholas,  gardener,  "W  s  Telegraph  av  bet  Cal- 
edonia av  and  Sycamore 

Freeborn  —  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Goss  bet  Wood  and  Pine 

Freeland  Albert,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  S  s  Goss  nr  Bay 

Freeland  J.,  laborer  Grove-st  Planing  Mill 

Freeland  John,  stevedore,  res  702  Brush 

Freels  Richard,  deckhand  Oakland  Ferry 

FREEMAN  &  JAFFE  (O.  K.  Freeman  and  L.  Jaffe)  job- 
bers and  dealers  wood  and  coal,  411  Eighth 

Freeman  Charles  W.,  printer  with  B.  F.  Sterett  (S.  F.)  res 
NE  cor  Lincoln  and  Wood 

Freeman  Mary  Mrs.,  boarding  (children)  N  s  Isabella  nr 
San  Pablo  av 

Freeman  M.  L.,  ladies'  nurse,  res  623  East  Tenth 

Freeman  Otis  K.  (Freeman  &  Jaffe)  res  Knox  House 


O.    Ji.  Freeman. 


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Agents  for  Newport  Coos  Bay  Coal. 

E.  S.  Eighth,  bet.  Broad-way  and  Franklin,  Oakland. 


Seattle,  West  Hartley,  Sydney,  Cumberland,  Scotch  Splint,  Bellingham 
Bay,  Hard  Coal,   Charcoal,  Coke,  etc. 

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OAKLAND     [p]    DIRECTORY.  201 

Freitag  Christina  Mrs.,  res  SW  cor  Seventh  and  Wood 

Freitag  F.  H.,  bookkeeper  Oakland  Journal,  res  Twenty- 
fourth  bet  Broadway  and  Telegraph  av 

French  G.  S.,  clerk  What  Cheer  House,  res  East  25th  nr 
Eighth  av 

French  George  W.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  East  16th  bet  Twen- 
tieth and  Twenty -first  av 

French  Insurance  Corporation  (La  Caisse  Ge'nerale)  B.  C. 
Dick  agent,  1004  Broadway 

French  Nicholas.     See  Ffrench  Nicholas 

French  Sullivan  F.,  carpenter,  res  Parson  House 

French  William,  master  mariner,  res  220  Second 

French  William  H.,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res  517 
Ninth 

FRE3E  JOHN  L.,  proprietor  Eailroad  Exchange  Hotel,  NE 
cor  Bay  and  Seventh 

Frewing  George,  carpenter,  W  s  Henry  nr  First 

Frey  'Benedict,  capitalist,  res  831  Clay 

Frey  Hermann,  painter  and  glazier,  N  s  Seventh  bet  Wood 
and  Willow 

Frey  John,  watchmaker,  1768  Seventh,  res  1451  Seventh 

Frick  Alfred,  mining  engineer,  615  Franklin 

Frick  Emil,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  NW  .cor  East  11th  and 
Ninth  av 

Fried  Budolph,  clerk  with  Coffee  &  Furst,  res  516  Fifth 

Friedline  S.  A.,  carpenter,  res  Union  Hotel 

Friel  John,  plasterer,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 

Frielan  Alfred,  laborer,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 

Frink  Ledyard,  farmer,  res  1118  Washington 

Fritsche  Frank,  blacksmith,  res  E  s  Chestnut  nr  Tnirty- 
second 

Fritsche  Frank,  upholsterer  with  P.  Schreiber,  res  Sunny- 
side  Hotel 

Fritz  Charles,  painter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 

Frochen  Jean,  watchmaker  with  W.  Wilson,  res  cor  Eighth 
and  Washington 

Frontier  Peter  (Frontier  &  Bellemere,  S.  F.)  res  759  Clay 

Frost  George  E.,  painter,  res  Sunnyside  House 

Frost  N.  M.,  foreman  Mendocino  Lumber  Yard,  res  N  s 
Forty-sixth  nr  Telegraph  av 

Frost  R.  M.,  sawyer  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  N  s  Forty- 
sixth  nr  Telegraph  av 

Frost  Thomas  R.,  druggist  with  Sanford,  Kelsey  &  Co.,  971 
Broadway 

Fuchs  Julia,  domestic,  604  Twelfth 

Fuchs  Philip,  blacksmith  (S.  F.)  res  1560  Seventh 


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202  OAKLAND     [p]    DIRECTORY. 

Fuhr  C.  A.,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Fuhr  N.,  res  Winsor  House 

Fullen  John,  expressman,  res  701  Franklin 

Fuller  Albert  A.,  with  California  Bridge  and  Building  Co., 

res  N  s  Laurel  bet  Telegraph  av  and  Valley 
Fuller  A.  M.,  carpenter  and  joiner,  N  s  Laurel  bet  Telegraph 

av  and  Valley 
Fuller  Amos  L.,  real  estate  (S.  F.)  res  N  s  East  15th  bet 

Eighth  and  Ninth  avs 
Fuller  Charles,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Fuller  Clifford  A.,  res  855  Harrison 
Fuller  Frances,  widow,  res  508  Eighth 
Fuller  Fred.  O.,  chief  engineer  Fire  Department,  res  1430    j 

Adeline 
Fuller  Hinds,  teamster,  res  1430  Adeline 
Fulton  Cary  M.,  bookkeeper  Oakland  Point  Planing  Mill,    \ 

res  1059  Poplar 
Fulton  George,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Thirtieth  bet  Union  and 

Magnolia 
Fulton  Joseph,  mining  superintendent,  res  515  Ninth 
Fulton  William,  marble  cutter  Amador  Marble  Works,  res 

Webster  nr  Mountain  View  Cemetery 
Furber  E.  G.,  wood  and  willowware  (S.  F.)  res  920  Filbert 
Furlong  John,  laborer  C.  P.  E.   K.,  res  NW  cor  Magnolia   j 

and  Second 
Furniss  Miles,  proprietor  Newland  House  Restaurant,  472 

Seventh 
Furst  Herrmann  (Coffee  &  Furst)  res  516  Fifth 
Fyfe  Robert,  assistant  bookkeeper  S.  F.   Gaslight  Co.,  res 

762  Jefferson 


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Gaelus  John,  dairyman  D.  and  D.  and  B.  Asylum 
Gaertner  Frederick  W.,  machinist  W.  D.  Co.,  res  1911  Fil- 
bert 
Gafney  William,  clergyman,  res  502  East  15th 
Gage  Ada  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  shop  and  res  609  Tenth 
Gage  Edward  M.,  telegraph  operator  Oakland  wharf ,  resS.F. 
Gage  James  C,  lodginghouse,  1156  Broadway 
Gage  John  W.,  master   mariner,  res  N  s  Laurel  nr  Tele- 
graph av 
Gage  Samuel  D.,  carpenter  and  builder,  res'  NW  cor  Market 
and  Twenty-second 


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OAKLAND     [Q]    DIRECTORY.  203 

Gage  Stephen  T.,  res  1300  Harrison 

Gagnon  J.  B.,  capitalist,  res  407  First 

Gaines  Michael,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  E  s  Chester  nr  Fifth 

Gaither  Hamilton,  clerk  with  Burns,  Whitman  &  Gardiner, 
res  546  Charter 

Gale  George,  carpenter,  res  Ninth  av  nr  East  23cl 

Galindo  Francisco,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Tehama,  North 
Temescal 

Gallagher  A.  M.  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Adeline  nr  Seventh 

Gallagher  Bernard,  machinist,  res  621  Third 

Gallagher  Charles  E.,  expressman,  res  W  s  Willow  nr  Wil- 
liam 

Gallagher  Charles  E.,  painter,  res  Willow  nr  Seventh 

Gallagher  Daniel,  carpenter  with  Power  &  Ough,  res  W  s 
Filbert  nr  Twenty-first 

Gallagher  John,  waiter  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Gallagher  Michael,  plasterer,  res  NE  cor  Tenth  and  Franklin 

Gallagher  Michael,  plasterer'  res  St.  Louis  House 

GALLAGHER  NEIL,  groceries  and  liquors,  store  and  res 
SE  cor  Twenty-fifth  and  Telegraph  av 

Gallagher  Patrick,  laborer,  res  E  s  Linden  nr  Fifth 

Gallagher  Stephen,  painter,  res  N  s  Thirty-ninth  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Gallagher  William,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel 

Gallant  Mary  J.,  nurse,  res  923  Third 

Gallant  Peter  H.,  carpenter,  res  923  Third 

Gallivan  Maurice,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Galvin  &  Lebrecht  (James  Galvin  and  Wm.  Lebrecht)  horse- 
shoers  and  wagonmakers,  Telegraph  av  bet  Seventeenth 
and  Eighteenth 

Galvin  James  (Galvin  &  Lebrecht)  res  N  s  Seventh  bet  Bay 
and  Cedar 

Gam  Lee,  Chinese  Laundry,  N  s  Sixteenth  nr  Market 

Gamble  James,  general  superintendent  W.  U.  Tel.  Co.,  res 
Piedmont 

Gammans  Elbert  H.,  res  E  s  Adeline  nr  Eighteenth 

Gannon  Lawrence,  wines  and  liquors,  703  Broadway 

Gannon  Martin,  res  665  East  12th 

GANS  ROBERT  H.,  propr  Globe  Billiard  Parlor,  SE  cor 
Broadway  and  Eighth,  res  NE  cor  Washington  and 
Ninth 

Gansberg  George  A.,  painter,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  nr  Cypress 

Gants  William  H.,  collector  with  Bush  &  Milne  (S.  F.)  res 
Fourteenth  bet  Franklin  and  Broadway 

Ganvod  Isavel,  res  Fruit  Vale  County  road,  Lynn 


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204  OAKLAND    [  Q  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Garabrant  Charles,  machinist,  res  764  Jefferson 

Garabrant  Orville,  salesman  with  Cushing  &  Ryder,  res  764 

Jefferson 
Garber  John,  atty-at-law  (S.  F.)  res  1002  Adeline 
Garber  M.  C.  (Sarpy,  Barstow  &  Co.)  res  NE  cor  Eleventh 

and  Webster 
Garbor  L.  L.,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 
Garcelon  Harris,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co.,  res S  s  Twenty-sixth 

nr  Adeline 
Garcia  E.  M.,  laborer,  res  759  Market 
Garcia  Frank,  laborer,  res  cor  Liberty  and  Summer,  North 

Temescal 
Garcia  Joseph,  barber,  SW  cor  University  av  and  Second, 

W.  B. 
Garcia  Joseph,  laborer,  res  cor  Liberty  and  Summer,  North 

Temescal 
Garcia  Pedro,  painter  with  J.   Fredericks,   res  Seventh  bet 

Franklin  and  Webster 
Gardanowsky  A.,  physician,  1156  Broadway 
Garden  Jonathan  H.,  gardener,  res  Pagoda  Hall,  Temescal 
Gardiner  James  J .   (Warner,    Gardiner  <fc  Browne)  res  N  s 

Jones  nr  Telegraph  av 
Gardiner  James  Thornton  (Burns,  Whitman  &  Gardiner)  res 

512  Charter 
Gardiner  James  T.  (Gibb  &  Gardiner)  res  1222  Broadway 
Gardiner  K.  P.  M.,  student  Taylor's  Business  College,  res 

1222  Broadway 
Gardiner  — ,  res  Blake  House 
Gardner  J.  B.,  plasterer,  res  Capital  Hotel 
Gardner  Bros.  (John  W.  and  Israel  W.  Gardner)  sheet  music, 

musical  instruments  and  pianos,  1216  San  Pablo  av 
Gardner  Hiram  S.,  res  1314  Eighth 
Gardner  Israel  W.  (Gardner  Bros.)  1216  San  Pablo  av 
Gardner  John,  capitalist,  res  Sunnyside  House 
Gardner  John  W.  (Gardner  Bros.)  res  614  Seventeenth 
Gardner  L.,  carpenter,  res  1003  Webster 
Gardner  N.  J.,  brakeman  C.  P.  Pi.  Pt. 
Gardner  Robert,  res  Kelsey  House 
Garibaldi  John,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 
Garibaldi  Joseph,  cook,  res  NE  cor  Twenty-first  and  Tele- 
graph av 
Garin  P.  A.,  principal  Cosmopolitan    School,  res  SW  cor 

Walton  and  West 
Gariot  Alfred,  stock  broker,  res  551  Seventh 
Gariot  Julius,  painter,  res  551  Seventh 
Garlich  James  O.,  hardware,  res  812  Market 


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OAKLAND     [  Q-  ]    DIRECTORY.  205 

Garner  Henry,  proprietor  Franklin  House,  NW  cor  Fifth 

and  Franklin 
Garner  Henry  Mrs.,  millinery  and  dressmaking,  960  Wash- 
ington, res  NW  cor  Fifth  and  Franklin 
Garon  L.  G.,  saloon,  foot  of  Broadway 
GARRIGAN  JOHN  H.,  paints,  oils  and  paper  hangings,  864 

Broadway,  res  SW  cor  West  and  Brown 
Garrison  Elijah  M.,  shipjoiner  W.  D.  Co.,  res  N  s  William 

bet  Cedar  and  Bay 
Garrison  Eunice,  res  SW  cor  East  19th  and  Eleventh  av 
Garrity  John,  laborer,  res  W  s  Henry  bet  First  and  Third 
Garrity  Mary,  waiter  Golden  Star  Hotel 
Garson  Robert  B.,  butcher  with  J.  Shultz,  res  909  Washington 
Gartenberg  Abe,  bookkeeper  with  Mellis  Bros.,  res  Grove 

bet  Ninth  and  Tenth 
Garthwaite  Edwin  H.,  student  University 
Garthwaite  Henry,  lumber  surveyor  (S.  F.)  res  574  Charter 
Garthwaite  Henry  P.,  with  The  Oakland  Bank  of  Savings, 

res  574  Charter 
Garthwaite  William  W.,  with  The  Oakland  Bank  of  Savings, 

res  574  Charter 
Gartland  George,  res  Mansion  House,  E.  O. 
Gartland   Matthew,  gardener   with   H.   Schussler,    SW  cor 

Madison  and  Fourth 
Gartner   Frederick   W.,  stickerhand,    res  W  s   Filbert  nr 

Twenty-eighth 
Garvan  James,   car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,   res  William  bet 

Pine  and  Wood 
Garvey  James,  laborer,  res  S  s  William  bet  Wood  and  Pine 
Garvey  Patrick,  boilermaker  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  821  Chester 
Garvey  Thomas,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  802  Willow 
Garvin  John,  laborer  Oakland  Gas  Co.,  res  560  Third 
Garvin  John  J.,  res  868  Castro 
Gaskill  George  C.  (Armes  &  Gaskill)  res  1059  Clay 
Gaskill  Rollin  C,  agent  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co.,  Nicholl  Block, 

(and  John  M.  Miner  &  Co.)  res  1059  Clay 
Gaskill  Varney  W.,  student  University,  res  1059  Clay 
Gaspard  Francois,  restaurant,  827  East  12th 
Gass  George,  cardriver,  res  Lynn  nr  Thirteenth  av 
Gast  F.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Gately  Michael,  agent,  res  370  Fifth 
Gates  Alvah,  superintendent  Dexter  Stables,  NE  cor  Twelfth 

and  Harrison,  res  Sunnyside  House 
Gates  Alfred  W.,  capitalist,  res  1113  Franklin 
Gates   Benjamin   F.,  engineer,  res  W  s  Dana  nr  Bancroft 

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206  OAKLAND     [  Q  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Gates  G.  W.,  res  W  s  Union  nr  Eighth 

GAUDIN  J.,  wholesale  and  retail  wines   and   liquors,  840 

Broadway,  res  559  Charter 
Gaudin  Joseph  L.,  tallow  renderer,  Butchertown 
Gauge  William,  landscape  gardener,  res  516  Seventh 
Gaughran  Mary,  domestic,  S  s  Bancroft  way  nr  Anderson,  B. 
Gaukroger   Albert,  machinist   (S.  F.)    res  W  s  Market   nr 

Twenty-fourth 
Gaunce  Leonard,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  S  s  Lincoln 

nr  Pine 
Gaunce  Robert,  helper  Oakland  Planing  Mill 
Gavan  Annie,  cook,  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Alcatraz  av 
Gavica  Enrique  J.,  bookkeeper  with  Cobo,  Ygual  &  Co.  (S. 

F.)  res  468  Fifth 
Gawley  Hose  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  res  967  Franklin 
GAY  &  SCHADE  (Robert  Gay  and  George  Schade)  butch- 
ers, 921  Seventh 
Gay  Charles,  collector,  res  Eureka  Hotel 
Gay  David,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  foot  Divission 
Gay  Robert  (Gay  &  Schade)  res  824  Myrtle 
Gay  William  M.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Laurel  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Gaylord  Hiram  B.,  minning,  res  E  s  Market  nr  Seventeenth 
Gaynor  Hugh,  cigars  and  tobacco,  801  Broadway 
Gazave  J.,  res  562  Frauklin 
Geary  Morris,  laborer,  res  459  Sixth 

Gedge  John,  carriage  painter  with  B.  A.  Armstrong  &  Son 
Gee  Lee  (Chinese)  laundry,  467  Eighth 
Gee   Myron,  architect   and   builder,  res  W  s   Elm    av  bet 

Plymouth  av  and  Edwards 
Gee  William  A.,  res  827  Market 
Gee  William  S.,  car  builder,  res  827  Market 
Genroy  Thomas  B.,  sheep  raiser,  res  1031  Seventh  av 
Gehlich  &  Oschkinat   (Julius   Gehlich   and   A.  Oschkinat) 

cabinetmakers,  408  Tenth 
Gehlich  Julius  (  Gehlich  &■  Oschkinat)  res  N  s  Fifteenth  bet 

Center  and  Kirkham 
Geiser  Carrie,  domestic,  957  Grove 

Geissberger  Louis,  farmer,  res  W  s  Fourth  nr  Holyoke,  W.  B. 
Gelwicks  D.  W.,  res  1009  Madison 
GEMMELL  ALEXANDER,  stoves,  tinware,  plumbing  and 

gasfitting,  820  Broadway,  res  839  Harrison 
Gennity  Alice,  domestic,  515BEighth 
Gensoul  Adrian,  cashier  French  Savings  and  Loan  Society 

(S.  F.)  res  NE  cor  Ninth  and  Peralta 
Gentner  Charles,  butcher  S.  F.  Market,  res  836  Broadway 
Gentry  Calvin  B.,  carpenter,  res  1576  Telegraph  av 


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J.  S.  G.  Gordon  delivers  Ice,  Soda  and  Cider.     Depot,  469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND     [  Q  ]    DIRECTORY.  207 

Gentry  C.  B.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  1576  Telegraph  av 

Gentry  B.  B.,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Geoghan  John,  fireman  C.  P.  B.  B.,  res  Mechanics'  Home 

Geoghegan  Michael,  laborer,  res  NW  cor  Mariposa  av  and 
Shattuck 

George  C.  H.,  driver  with  J.  P.  Anderson,  res  409  Fourth 

George  Frank,  laborer  C.  P.  B.  B.,  res  W  s  Campbell  nr 
Pacific 

George  Henry,  bookkeeper  (S.  P.)  res  476  Twelfth 

George  Samuel,  res  410  Tenth 

Georma  Anton,  watchman  C.  P.  B.  B. 

Gerbin  Donald,  insurance,  res  955  Seventh 

GERHARDY  P.  J.,  manager  S.  F.  Market,  829-831  Broad- 
way, res  761  Washington 

Germain  Guy,  res  S  s  Goss  bet  Wood  and  Willow 

Germain  Jennie  Miss,  teacher,  res  S  s  Goss  bet  Wood  and 
Willow 

Germain  Parker,  farmer,  res  S  s  Goss  bet  Wood  and  Wil- 
low 

Germain  Sallie  Miss,  teacher  Prescott  Grammar  School,  res 
S  s  Goss  bet  Wood  and  Willow 

GERMAN-AMERICAN  INSURANCE  CO.  (New  York) 
W.  F.  Hitchcock,  agent,  958  Broadway 

German-English  School,  Carl  Schenck  principal,  S  s  Ninth 
between  Washington  and  Clay 

German  Methodist  Episcopal  Church,  Herman  Brueck,  pas- 
tor, NE  cor  Seventeenth  bet  Telegraph  and  San  Pablo 
avs 

Germania  Gardens,  John  Bachman  proprietor,  cor  Union 
and  Strawberry  creek,  B. 

GERNREICH  &  THORNBURGH  (William  Gernreich  and 
M.  K.  Thornburgh)  groceries  and  liquors,  1474 
Eighth 

Gernreich  William  (Gernreich  &  Thornburgh)  res  1474 
Eighth 

Gerrish  James  L.,  machinist  C.  P.  B.  B.,  res  S  s  William 
between  Wood  and  Willow 

Gerwien  Herman,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Eighth  bet 
Wood  and  Willow 

Getchel  Otis,  teamster,  res  751  Market 

Getchell  Bansom  N.,  salesman  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  N 
s  Sycamore  nr  Grove 

Getchell  Sumner,  carpenter,  res  751  Market 

Getchell  Winfield  S.,  engineer  C.  P.  B.  B.,  res  NE  cor 
Seventh  and  Chester 

Geue  F.  W.,  carpenter,  res  SW  cor  Fourth  and  Jackson 


il  RFRT  R.  HUNTFR   AGENIS  F0K  SAN  francisco  and  alameda  property. 


Office,  224  Montgomery.  St.,  S.  F.,  or  Park  St.,  Alameda. 


Woodward  &  Taggart-Desirable  Residence  Property  for  Sale. 


208  OAKLAND     [  G  ]    DIRECTORY. 

GHIRARDELLI  &  PETAR  (Domingo  Ghirardelli  and 
Charles  Petar)  manufacturer  coffee,  spices,  and  choco- 
late and  wholesale  dealers  wines  and  liquors,  1072 
Broadway 

Ghirardelli  Antone,  res  920  Third 

Ghirardelli  Domingo  (Ghirardelli  &  Petar)  res  773  Fifth 

Ghirardelli  Joseph,  with  Ghirardelli  &  Petar,  res  773  Fifth 

Ghirardelli  Louis,  student  University 

Giamboni  Frederick,  University  Restaurant,  NE  cor  Hum- 
boldt av  and  Bancroft  way,  B. 

Giamboni  N  (N.  Giamboni  &  Co.,   S.   F.)  res  1714  Seward 

Gibb  &  Gardiner  (G.  J.  W.  Gibb  and  J.  G.  Gardiner)  sign 
and  pictorial  painting,  1222  Broadway 

Gibb  Gavin  J.  W.  (Gibb  &  Gardiner)  res  W  s  Filbert  bet 
Twenty-eighth  and  Thirtieth 

Gibbeal  Louis,  laborer,  res  510  Second 

GIBBONS  JAMES,  proprietor  Mechanics'  Hotel,  416 
Seventh 

Gibbons  M.  F.,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co. 

Gibbons  Patrick,  laborer,  res  828  Henry 

Gibbons  Robert,  painter,  res  The  Home,  B. 

Gibbs  Archibald,  carpenter,  res  Louisiana  House 

Gibbs  J,,  millwright,  res  Eagle  House 

Gibbs  Josiah  S.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Chase  nr  Wood 

Gibbs  S.  L.,  res  cor  Thirty-second  and  Union 

Gibbs  W.  C,  res  154  Third 

Gibot  Antoine,  stairbuilder,  W.  D.  Co.,  res  E  s  Haven  nr 
Peralta 

Gibson  E.  M.,  atty-at-law,  res  254  Eignth 

Domingo  Ghirardelli.  Charles  Petar. 

GHIRARDELLI  &  PETAR, 

Importers,  Wholesale  and  Retail  dealers  in  all  Kinds  of 


Depot  of  GHIRARDELLI'S 

Chocolate,  Coffee  and  Spice  Mills 


1072  BROADWAY,  (Central  B10CU  OAKLAND. 

•IFRWIflNT  QPRIMPC  FIRST  CLASS  hotel  for  summer  boarders 

ILUmUll  I    OrnillUO  3  miles  from  Oakland.      A.  D.  WHITNEY.  Propr. 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Eastern  Cider  Company,  469  Ninth, 


OAKLAND    [  Q-  ]    DIRECTORY.  209 

Gibson  Henry,  copying  clerk  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Gibson    Hiram     O.,    agent    Stockwell    Self-Lighting    Gas 

Burner  and  Ellis  Gas  Burner,  res  1215  Jefferson 
Gibson  James,  clerk  with  Murphy,  Grant  &  Co.    (S.  F.)  res 

1016  Twelfth 
Gibson  Joseph,  medicated  baths,  1011  Franklin 
Gibson  LeAvis  Mrs.',  res  Tubbs1  Hotel 
Gibson  Thomas,  copyist,  res  1665  Seward 
Gibson  William,  res  S  s  William  bet  Wood  and  Willow 
Gibson  William,  machinist  W.  D.   Co.,  res  cor  Fourteenth 

and  Campbell 
Gibson  —  ,  clerk  with  A.  G.  Lawrie,  res  S.  F. 
Gidley  J.  Mrs.,  res  610  Ninth 

Gieschen  Louis,  clerk  with  H.  Cordes,  res  809  Franklin 
Gifford  George,  chairmaker,  res  W  s  Second  nr  Addison,  B. 
Gifford  Henry  F.,  butcher,  res  cor  Adeline  and  San  Pablo 

av 
Gifford  William  M.,  butcher,  res  cor  Adeline  and  San  Pablo 

av 
Gilardin  Alexander,  constable,  res  N  s  East  Fourteenth  bet 

Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth  avs 
Gilardin  Constantine,  res  613  East  Twelfth 
Gilardin  Eugene,  stockyard,  East  s  Telegraph  av  bet  Forty- 
sixth  and  Forty-seventh 
Gilardin  Joseph,  res  East  Fourteenth   bet  Sixteenth   and 

Seventeenth  avs 
Gilardin  Victor,  res  507  East  Fourteenth 
Gilberg  N.,  carpenter,  res  1521  Seventh 
Gilbert  A.  A.,  clerk  C.  P.  B.  E.,  res  464  Sixth 
Gilbert  Charles  W.,   furniture   (S.  F.)   res  Ns  Eighth  nr 

Willow 
Gilbert  Emily  Miss,  res  1129  Eighth  av 
Gilbert  Frank,  atty-at-law,  res  509  Eighth 
Gilbert  James,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Star  House 
Gilbert  J.  F.,  Miss,  housekeeper  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Gilbert  Martin  T.,  brakeman  C.  P.  B.  B.,  res  509  Eighth 
Gilbert  S.  A.  Mrs.,  res  813  Brush 

Gilbertson  John,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  Chestnut  nr  Tenth 
Gilchrist  Frank  M.  with  New  Zealand  Insurance  Co.  (S.  F.) 

res  1123  Linden 
Gilcrest  John,  surveyor,  res  304  Second 
GILCREST  S.  F.,  atty-at-law,   Union  Bank    Building,  res 

304  Second 
Gilcrest  William  M.,  law  student,  res  304  Second 
Gilfeather  James,  carriage  painter  with  B.  A.  Armstrong  & 

Sou,  res  cor  Center  and  Fifteenth 


PIlbEQT  9    UUUTEQ  BUY  and  SELL  REAL  ESTATE  and  mining  property-loans 
UlLDLni    (xnUNlLn  NEGOTIATED.     224  Montgomery  st.  S.  F.,  or  Park  st.  Alameda. 

14 


Woodward  &  Taggart- HOMES   ON  THE  INSTALLMENT  PLAN 


210  OAKLAND    [  Q  ]    DIRECTORY. 

GILL  EDWARD,  nursery  and  florist,    S   s  Twenty -eighth 

bet  Market  and  Adeline 
Gill  Elias,  postmaster  North  Temescal  and  varieties,    store 

and  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Temescal  creek 
Gill  Emily  Miss,  res  558  Sixteenth 
Gill  Francis,  hostler  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Telegraph 

road  and  Clifton,  Temescal 
Gill  Francis,  laborer,  res  258  Fifth 
Gill  J.  E.,  general  solicitor  Journal  of  Commerce,'  res  Win- 

sor  House 
Gill  James,  machine  hand   Oakland  Planing  Mill,   res  258 

Fifth 
Gill  John,  res  Mansion  House,  E.  O. 
Gill  John,  laborer,  res  717  Linden 
Gill  Lizzie  Miss,  res  558  Sixteenth 
Gill  —  ,  res  922  Third 
Gillan  Frank,  clerk  with  McCabe  &  Cox 
Gillard  &  Taylor  (Aime  Gillard  and  Eugene  Taylor)  hotel 

and  French  restaurant,  cor  Fruit  Yale  av  and   Hopkins 
Gillard  Aime  (Gillard  &  Taylor),   res  cor  Fruit  Vale  av  and 

Hopkins 
Gilleney  Anna,  domestic,  NE  cor  Eighth  and  Jefferson 
Gillespie  Frank,  clerk  with  I.  Marcus,  res  410  Tenth 
Gillespie  Henry  W.,  merchant,  res  857  Washington 
GILLETT    C.    E.  &   CO.   (Charles  E.   Gillett  and  Charles 

Elsey)  stock  and  money  brokers,  1770  Seventh 
Gillespie  Charles  E.  (C.  E.  Gillett  &  Co.)  res  1762  Goss. 
Gillett  C.  W.,  res  475  Ninth 

Gillett  Edwin  R.,  printer  Pacific  Press,  res  1067  Castro 
Gillett  Isaac  N.,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  nr  Cypress 
Gillett  William  D.  Mrs.,  res  950  Brush 
Gillick  James,  coachman,  E  s  Chestnut  nr  Tenth 
Gilligan  Edward  F.,  tinsmith  with  James  Dalziel,  res  167 

Seventh 
Gilligan  James,  with  A.  Gemmell,  res  167  Seventh 
Gilligan  James,   gardener  with  E.  W.   Kirkham,  res    167 

Seventh 
Gilligan  James,  laborer,  res  East  Twelfth  nr  Thirteenth  av 
Gilligan  James,  plumber,  res  167  Seventh 
Gilligan  Mary,  domestic,  N  s  Walton  nr  Telegraph  av 
Gilman  John  R.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  West  bet  Ninth  and 

Tenth 
Gilman  Joseph  A.,  hulled  corn  manufacturer,  N  s  Brown  nr 

San  Pablo  av 
Gilman  M.  M.,  teacher  Ocean  Yiew  School,  res  N  s   Bristol 

nr  Seventh,  W.  B. 


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ILUITIUIi  I     nU  I  LL  great  attractions  to  the  public  as  a  POPULAR  RESORT. 


Napa  Soda  is  recommended  by  physicians  for  healthful  drinking. 


OAKLAND     [  Q  ]    DIRECTORY.  211 

Gilman  Nicholas  A.,  res  W  s  West  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth 

Gilmer  J.  W.,  City  Paving  Co.  (S.  F.)  res  NW  cor  Twenty- 
fourth  and  Adeline 

Gilmore  Ellen  Mrs.,  res  863  Twenty  Second 

Gilmore  G.  W.  Mrs.,  res  555  Hobart 

Gilmore  J.  H.,  landscape  gardener  and  florist,  res  117  East 
14th 

Gilmore  John,  teamster  Oakland  Brewery 

Gilmore  John  S.,  clerk  with  J.  Greenhood  &  Bros,  res 
Twenty-second  bet  Market  and  West 

Gilmore  Louis  F.,  clerk  with  G.  W.  Dam,  res  117  East  14th 

Gilmore  Peter,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  7  Adelaide  pl(S.F.) 

Gilmore  Robert,  blacksmith,  268  Twelfth,  res  Sunnyside 
House 

Gilmour  John  D.,  blacksmith  (S.  F.)  res  S  s  Atlantic  bet 
Wood  and  Pine 

Gilson  Ellen,  domestic,  NE  cor  Eighteenth  and  Linden 

Gilstrap  William  D.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  W  s  Camp- 
bell bet  Third  and  Pacific 

Gincosta  Antonia,  res  E  s  Thirteenth  av  bet  East  14th  and 
East  15th 

Ginn  John  I.,  journalist  Tribune,  res  Russell  House 

Girard  E.,  boot  and  shoemaker,  NE  cor  Fourth  and  Clay 

Girolamo  George,  cook  Barnum's  restaurant,  res  SE  cor 
Seventh  and  Broadway 

Girot  Delia,  res  819  Center 

Girvin  Alexander,  res  Lynn  nr  Thirteenth  av 

Giulio  Joseph,  laborer  Oakland  Planing  Mill 

Gladding  Allen  I.  (Gladding,  Surryhne  <fc  Co.)  res  541  Hobart 

GLADDING  BROS.  (Theodore  O.  and  William  F.  Glad- 
ding) proprietors  Oakland  Warehouse  and  commission 
merchants,  NE  cor  First  and  Jefferson 

Gladding  Charles  (Gladding,  McBean  &  Co.)  res  Lincoln, 
Placer  Co.,  Cal. 

Gladding  Charles  B.,  clerk  Oakland  Warehouse,  res  S  s 
Hobart  bet  Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avs 

GLADDING,  MeBEAN  &  CO.  (Charles  Gladding,  P.  McG. 
McBean  and  George  Chambers)  proprietors  Ironstone 
Sewer  Works  (vitrified)  1166-1168  Broadway 

GLADDING,  SURRYHNE  &  CO.  (A.  I.  Gladding  and 
William  Surryhne)  real  estate  agents,  SE  cor  Ninth  and 
Washington 

Gladding  Theodore  O.  (Gladding  Bros.)  res  Hobart  nr 
Telegraph  av 

Gladding  William  F.  (Gladding  Bros.)  res  Hobart  nr  Tele- 
graph av 


GILBERT  &  HIINTFR  REAL  ESTATE  AND  |nsurance  agents 


Office,  224  Montgomery  st.,  S.  F.,  or  Park  St.,  Alameda. 


WOODWARD  &  TAGGART  have  FARMS  and  RANCHES  for  Sale. 


212  OAKLAND    [Q]    DIRECTORY. 

Gladstou  Samuel  A.,  carpenter  C.  P.  B.  E.,  res  William  bet 
Pine  and  Cedar 

Gladwin  Silas  F.,  dentist,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Glanville  Conrad  F.,  foreman  with  D.  Stuart,  res  1659  San 
Pablo  av 

GLASCOCK  JOHN  R.,  District  Attorney  Alameda  county, 
County  Court  House,  room  3,  res  NW  cor  Sixth  and 
Jackson 

Glascock  William  H.,  atty-at-law,  921  Broadway,  res  cor 
Fifth  and  Harrison 

Glashine  N.,  laborer,  res  Eailroad  Exchange  Hotel 

Glass  Geo.,  engineer,  res  E  s  Wood  bet  Atlantic  and  Willow 

Glass  H.,  conductor  C.  P.  E.  E. 

Glass  Kate  Mrs.,  fancy  goods,  475  East  12th 

Glaze  Andrew,  butcher  with  J.  W.  Glaze,  res  1069  Four- 
teenth av 

Glaze  J.  W.,  butcher,  753  East  12th,  res  1069  Four- 
teenth av 

Gleason  George,  res  366  Tenth 

Gleason  Michael,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  East  10th  and  Third  av 

Gleason  Michael  J.,  groceries,  NE  cor  Twenty-first  and 
Market 

Gleason  William,  steward  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Gleeson  Peter,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 

Gleeson  William,  pastor  St.  Anthony's  Church,  res  NW  cor 
Sixteenth  av  and  East  15th 

Glenan  John,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  Twelfth  and  Center 

Glenn  David,  carpenter,  res  802  Alice 

Glenn  James  T.,  office  917  Broadway,  res  702  Tenth 

Glenn  William  N.,  printer,  res  608  Fourth 

Glimme  Peter,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 

Glines  Byron  A.,  real  estate,  res  718  Eleventh 

GLOBE  BILLIARD  PARLOR,  Eobert  H.  Gans  proprietor, 
SE  cor  Broadway  and  Eighth 

Glore  John,  res  959  Webster,  rear 

Glosser  George,  plasterer,  res  N  s  William  bet  Bay  and 
Cedar 

GLOVER  GEORGE  F.  M.,  groceries,  NW  cor  Chester  and 
Eighth,  res  W  s  Chester  bet  Eighth  and  Ninth 

Glover  James  F.,  shoemaker,  res  202  East  15th 

Glover  John  W.,  carpenter,  res  361  Tenth 

Glover  Josephine,  widow,  res  SW  cor  Twentith  av  and  East 
14th 

Glover  Eobert,  bricklayer,  res  719  Ninth 

Gluck  J.,  tailor  with  S.  Francis,  res  Central  av  nr  Peru,  Ala- 
meda 


T°V«T  GOLDEN  GATE  and  the  BAY  °°™  PIEDMONT  SPRINGS. 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Napa  Soda  Springs,  469  Ninth  street. 


OAKLAND     [Q]    DIRECTORY.  213 

Gobey  Frank,  stockdealer  (S.  F.)  res  65  Valley 

Godfrey  George,  real  estate,  res  S  s  Seventh  bet  Wood  and 

Willow 
Godfrey  Joseph,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Campbell  bet  Chase  and 

Taylor 
Goff  H.  A.,  clerk  with  E.  H.  Hyde,  res  SW  cor  Twelfth  and 

Clay 
Goff  L.  M.,  engineer  C.  P.  E.  E.,  res  N  s  Eighth  bet  Wood 

and  Willow 
Goff  M.  K.,  fireman  C.  P.  K.  E, 
Goldaracena  Eamon,  engineer,  res  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Poplar 

and  Kirkham 
GOLDEN  GATE  ACADEMY,  J.  N.  Haskins  principal,  Ns 

Hawthorne  bet  Broadway  and  Telegraph  av 
GOLDEN  GATE  HALL,  Charles  Metzler  proprietor,  471- 

475  Eighth 
Golden  Joseph  L.,  res  1071  Thirteenth  av 
Golden  Mary  Miss,  cigarmaker,  res  1308  Seventh 
GOLDEN  STAR  HOTEL    AND    RESTAURANT,  Chris. 

Bauder  &  Co.  proprietors,  838  Broadway 
GOLDEN  WILLIAM  F.,  groceries,   SE  cor  Telegraph  av 

and  Vernon,  North  Temescal 
Golden  William  F.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Hudson  nr  University  av 
Goldiner  Carl,  tailor,  700  Broadway 
Goldon  John,   car  repairer  C.  P.  E.  E.,   res  Chester  bet 

Eighth  and  Ninth 
Goldstein  David,  clerk  with  Coffee  &  Furst,  res  516  Fifth 
Goldsticker  Michael,  butcher,  SE  cor  Fifteenth  av  and  East 

14th,  res  S  s  East  14th  bet  Nineteenth  and  Twentieth  avs 


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S.  E.  comer  Broadway  and  Eighth. 


This  Popular  Parlor  has  the  LATEST  STYLE  TABLES,  and  the  Bar 

is  furnished  with  the  finest  brands  of  Wines, 

Liquors  and  Cigars. 


ROBERT  H.  GANS,  Proprietor. 


Pll  RFRT  ft  HIINTFR  REAL  ESTATE  AND  |NSURANCE  AGENTS- 


Office,  224  Montgomery  St.,  S.  F.,  or  Park  St.,  Alameda. 


BUY  YOUR  HOMESTEADS  OF  WOODWARD  &  TAGGART. 


214  OAKLAND     [Q]    DIRECTORY. 

Gollinger  Alice,  domestic,  1000  Peralta 

Golly  Leon  (Golly  &  Epstein,  S.  F.)  res  1102  Myrtle 

Goltermann  H.,  res  1034  Adeline 

Gomas  Antonio,  steward  Oakland  Ferry,  S.  F. 

Gompertz  Carlos  F.,  instructor  Spanish,  University,  res  N  s 
University  av  opp  Ellsworth,  B. 

Gong  Wah,  laundry,  NE  cor  Thirteenth  av  and  East  16th 

Gonzales  Charles,  coachman,  S  s  William  bet  Pine  and  Cedar 

Gonzales  Frank,  laborer,  res  686  Park 

Gonzales  Frank,  bootblack  stand,  cor  Eighth  and  Broadway, 
res  Twenty-seventh  bet  Grove  and  West 

Gonzales  Julian,  lumberman,  res  E  s  Webster  nr  Orchard  av 

Good  John,  painter,  res  Filbert  bet  Twenty-fourth  and 
Twenty-sixth 

Goodall  Angelique  R.  Miss,  teacher  D.  and  D.  and  B.  Asy- 
lum 

Goodall  George  B.,  teacher  D.  and  D.  and  B.  Asylum 

Goode  Thomas  H.,  sash  and  blindmaker  with  H.  W.  Barnes 

Goodfellow  M.  J.,  mining  engineer,  res  1353  Webster 

Goodfellow  William  S.,  atty-at-law  (S.  F.)  res  967  Market 

Goodino  Harris,  steward  steamer  Capital,  res  First  bet 
Franklin  and  Broadway 

GOODMAN  GEORGE,  manager  California  Artificial  Stone 
Paving  Co.,  res  462  Fifth 

Goodrich  J.  King,  bookkeeper,  res  56  Seventh 

Goodrum  Frank  W.,  student  University 

Goodwin  Frank  J.,  res  728  Eleventh 

Goodwin  Louise  Miss,  retoucher  with  Murrv  Dunham,  res 
523  Tenth 

Goodwin  Thomas  A.,  mining,  res  W  s  Wood  bet  Taylor  and 
Seward 

Goodwin  William  B.,  driver  Oakland  R.  R.,  res  E  s  Tele- 
graph av  nr  Temescal 

Goodwin  W.  L.,  contractor  and  builder,  res  W  s  Campbell 
nr  Twelfth 

Gooley  Ann,  domestic,  913  Poplar 

Gordena  Anna  A.  Miss,  res  777  Fourteenth 

Gordon  A.  C,  driver  with  J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  res  469  Ninth 

Gordon  Alexader,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Gordon  D.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Gordon  George  W.,  atty-at-law,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Gordon  James,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Gordon  John  H.,  dairy  and  res  Magnolia  nr  Twenty-eighth 

GORDON  JOSEPH  S.  G.,  agent  Napa  Soda  Springs  and 
Eastern  Cider  Co.,  proprietor  Oakland  Ice  Depot  and 
manufacturer  ice  cream,  469  Ninth,  res  471  Ninth 


'IFflMriNT    ^PR  IN  P  ^   A  BEAUT,FUL  DRIVE,  only3  miles  from  OAKLAND. 


A.  D.  WHITNEY,  Proprietor. 


All  sizes  Refrigerators  and  Ice  Chests  for  sale  at  Gordon's. 


OAKLAND     [Q-]    DIRECTORY.  215 

Gordon  L.  S.  Mrs.,  res  713  Tenth 

Gordon  William,  carriagemaker  with  Meikle  &  Davis,  res  S  s 
William  bet  Wood  and  Willow 

Gore  B.  B.,  broker  (S.  F.)  res  560  Sycamore 

Gore  — ,  carpenter,  res  1162  Seventh 

Gorhain  O.  A.,  teamster,  res  Boffs  Hotel 

Gorley  Ellen,  widow,  res  S  s  Eighteenth  nr  West 

Gorman  Bernard,  driver  with  W.  W.  McKenzie,  res  866 
Broadway 

Gorman  John,  laborer,  res  W  s  Eighth  av  bet  East  15th  and 
East  16th 

Gorman  Thomas  W.,  engineer,  res  W  s  Filbert  bet  Twelfth 
and  Fourteenth 

Gormley  Mary,  domestic,  930  Adeline 

Gorner  Christian,  painter,  814  Broadway,  res  414  Fifth 

Gorrill  Charles  H.,  president  Pacific  Bridge  Co.  (S.  F.)  res 
568  Seventeenth 

Gorrill  W.  H.  Mrs.,  res  568  Seventeenth 

Goshen  Charles  N.,  painter,  res  W  s  Twelfth  av  bet  East 
15th  and  East  16th 

Gotchet  &  Co.  (John  Gotchet  and  W.  H.  Appleton)  real  es- 
tate agents,  837  Washington 

Gotchet  John  (Gotchet  <k  Co.)  res  cor  Sixteenth  and  Cen- 
ter 

GOTTSHALL  L.  &  CO.  (Louis  Gottshall  and  Wm.  J.  Stod- 
dard) dry  goods  and  groceries,  cor  Shattuck  and  Addi- 
son, B. 

Gottshall  Louis  (L.  Gottshall  <fe  Co.)  res  cor  Shattuck  and 
Addison,  B. 

Gough  H.  J.,  carpenter,  W  s  Union  nr  Twenty -fourth 

Goughran  Lawrence,  waiter  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Gould  Henry  (Babcock  &  Gould)  res  N  s  Lincoln  bet  Wil- 
low and  Campbell 

Gouldin  John  C,  res  Fruit  Vale  av  nr  East  13th 

Gove  John  H.,  manufacturer  grain  bags  (S.  F.)  res  E  s 
Chestnut  nr  Tenth 

Govern  A.  E.,  chambermaid  Winsor  House 

Govern  Margaret,  domestic,  N  s  Eighth  bet  Adeline  and 
Linden 

Gowan  John  V.,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co.,  res  561  Sixth 

Gowell  Orrin,  res  S  s  East  14th  nr  Twenty-seventh  av,  Fruit 
Vale 

Gowen  S.  H.,  pipemaker  with  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  res 
cor  Ninth  and  Washington 

Gower  Samuel  J.  (Haycock  &  Co.,  S.  F.)  res  East  27th  nr 
Fruit  Vale  av 


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Gowig   George,  with  Singer  Sewing   Machine   Co.   (S.  F.) 

res  W  s  College  av  nr  Alcatraz  av,  B. 
Gowing  Isabel  C.  Miss,  res  728  Eighth 
Gownanlock  James,  blacksrnithing  and  repairing,  Broadway 

bet  Second  and  Third,  res  NE  cor  Third  and  Franklin 
Graber  — ,  res  320  Eighth 

Grabs  August,  butcher,  S  s  Seventh  bet  Wood  and  Pine 
Grace  Patrick,  groceries  and  liquors,  NE  cor  Twenty-eighth 

and  San  Pablo  av 
Gracey  Eugene  W.,  printer  with  DeForrest  &  Co.,  res  377 

East  11th 
Gracey  E.  W.  (H.  S.  Gracey  &  Co.)  res  377  East  11th 
Gracey  H.  S.  (H.  S.  Gracey  &  Co.)  res  377  East  11th 
Gracey  H.  S.  &  Co.  (H.  S.  and  E.  W.  Gracey)  card  and  job 

printers,  377  East  11th 
Gracey  M.  J.  Mrs.,  res  377  East  11th 
Gracey  Samuel,  res  377  East  11th 
Grady  Edward,  laborer,  res  652  Myrtle 
Grady  Hannah,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Graff  Peter,  painter  and  paperhanger,   res  SE  cor  Thirty- 
second  and  Chestnut 
Graffelman  Henry,  plumber,  res  SW  cor  Cedar  and  William 
Graffelman  Loleta  Miss,   teacher  Prescott  Primary  School, 

res  SW  cor  Cedar  and  Sixth 
Graffelman  Margaret,  widow,  res  SW  cor  Cedar  and  William 
Graham  Edward  J.,  driver  with  Meader  &  Co.,  res  Bartlett 

House 
Graham  J.  B.,  laborer,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 
Graham  J.  W.,    millhand   Grove-st   Planing   Mill,  res  429 

Thirteenth 
Graham  James  W.,  expressman,  res  360  First 
Graham  Peter,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Graham  Robert  D.,  carver  W.  D  Co.,  res  863  Cedar 
Graham  William,  capitalist,  res  284  Eleventh 
Graham  William  D.  P.,  student,  res  1211  Franklin 
Graham  William  M.,  atty-at-law  and  Justice  of  the  Peace, 

470  Seventh,  res  284  Eleventh 
Graham  —  Mrs.,  physician,  res  813  East  Fourteenth 
Grainger  William,  farmer,  res  cor  Union  and  Twenty-eighth 
GRAND    GENTRAL    CARRIAGE    WORKS,    Murray    & 

O'Hare  proprs,  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Harrison  and  Alice 
GRAND  CENTRAL  HOTEL,  Murray  &  Young  proprs,  S  s 

Twelfth  bet  Webster  and  Harrison 
GRAND  WESTERN  HOTEL,  John  Henninger  propr,  N  s 

Seventh  bet  Wood  and  Pine 
Grand  Western  Restaurant,  J.  Henninger  propr,  1756  Seventh 


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OAKLAND      [Q]    DIRECTORY.  217 

Graney  C.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Eighteenth  nr  Kirkham  _ 

Graney  John,  laborer,  res  NE  cor  Lydia  and  Curtis 

Granger  F.  B.  jr.,  copyist  with  County  Kecorder,  res  Win- 
sor  House 

Granni  Kollin  W.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Pacific  nr  Campbell 

Grant  Daniel  B.,  clerk,  res  758  Franklin 

Grant  Frederick,  clerk  with  E.  P.  Fellows  &  Co.  (S.  F.)  res 
E  s  Wood  nr  William 

Grant  George  E.,  merchant,  res  Ws  Fourth  avenue  bet  East 
16th  and  East  17th 

Grant  George  M.,  commission  merchant  (S.  F.)  1366  Har- 
rison 

Grant  Horace  A.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Lusk  nr  Evoy  avenue 

Grant  Joseph  D.,  student  University,  res  Chi  Phi  House 

Grant  J.  P.,  carpenter,  res  Eland  House 

Grant  K.  P.  Mrs.,  res  1165  Jackson 

Grant  W.  B.,  bartender  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Granz  Ferdinand,  tanner  with  G.  F.  Crist,  res  cor  Twenty- 
second  av  and  East  12th 

Grasser  Henry  F.,  blacksmith  with  P.  H.  McGrath,  res  NW 
cor  Thirteenth  av  and  East  11th 

Grattan  Emil,  musician,  res  NE  cor  East  12th  and  Twelfth  av 

Gravelle  O.  E.,  carriage  maker,  266  Twelfth,  res  708  Taylor 
(S.  F.) 

Graves  Charles,  carpenter,  res  Humboldt  Hotel 

Graves  Emma  C.,  domestic  with  C.  J.  Cressey 

Graves  Frederick,  brakeman  N.  P.  P.  B.  B.,  res  N  s  Berk- 
eley way  nr  Shattuck 

Graves  Henry  P.,  sash  and  blindmaker  Oakland  Planing 
Mill,  res  1731  Myrtle 

Graves  M.,  laborer  W.  D.  Co. 

Graves  Walter,  clerk  with  Strickland  &  Co.,  res  1731  Myrtle 

Graves  W.  H.  H.,  bookkeeper  Union  National  Gold  Bank, 
res  N  s  Seventeenth  nr  Telegraph  av 

Gray  A.  L.  Miss,  teacher  Irving  Grammar  School,  res  cor 
Central  av  and  Broadway,  Alameda 

Gray  Asaph,  res  1169  West 

Gray  Cormick,  laborer,  res  572  East  14th 

GRAY  DALLAS  P.,  cigars  and  tobacco,  905  Broadway,  res 
Ninth  nr  Washington 

Gray  Dixie  L.,  student  University,  res  1772  Seventh 

Gray  George  D.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  760  Tenth 

Gray  Giles  H.,  atty-at-law  (S.  F.)  res  754  Tenth 

Gray  Hugh  M.,  res  832  Franklin 

Gray  John,  pedlar,  res  Lynn  nr  Thirteenth  av 

Gray  John  P.,  student  University,  res  1772  Seventh 


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Gray  Madge  Miss,  res  1772  Seventh 

GRAY    M.    MRS.,   proprietress   West    Oakland    Lodging 

House,  1772  Seventh 
Gray  Michel,  mining,  res  1772  Seventh 
Gray  Nathaniel  (N.  Gray  &  Co.,  S.  F.)  res  758  Tenth 
Gray  Samuel,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Forty-second  nr  Fell  av 
Gray  Simon,  merchant  tailor,  shop  and  res  915  Seventh 
Gray  Theodore,  student  University 

Gray  William,  laborer  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  517  Sev- 
enth 
Gray  William  H.,  laborer,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  nr  Brush 
Gray  William  O.,  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  W  s  Chestnut  nr 

Sixteenth 
Gray  W.  W.,  res  1301  Franklin 

Grayson  G.  W.  (Grayson,  Harrell  &  Co.)  res  1361  Jackson 
GRAYSON,   HARRELL    &    CO.  (G.  W.    Grayson,   Jasper 
Harrell,  W.   J.  Owen  and  J.   W.   Phillips)   wholesale 
butchers,  1  Nicholl  Block 
Greany  Bridget,  domestic,  1017  Adeline 
Grear  B.  G.  Miss,  dressmaker,  1210  Broadway 
Grearson  James,  draughtsman,  res  1087  Third 
Green  A.  V.  (Pope,  Dam  &  Green)  res  515  Bush  (S.  F.) 
Green  David  J.,  superintendent  Clifford's  Livery  Stable 
Green  Edmund,  mining,  res  1317  Jackson 
Green  Emery,  machinist,  res  S  s  Goss  bet  Wood  and  Pine 
Green  E.  C.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  1116  Broadway 
Green  E.  T.,  machinist  C.  P.  Pi.  R.,  res  Goss  bet  Seventh 

and  Eighth 
Green  Frank,  carpenter,  res  473  Twenty-first 
Green  George,  clerk,  res  Sunnyside  House 
Green  Hannah  (widow)  res  N  s  D wight  way  nr  Humboldt 

av,  Berkeley 
Green  Jefferson,   piledriver  C.  P.  R.  R.,   res  Railroad  Ex- 
change 
Green  Joseph,  boots  and  shoes,  904  Broadway,  res  408  Ninth 
Green  Joseph  S.,  clerk  with  J.  S.  Crosley,  res  361  Ninth 
Green  Robert,  res  cor  East  25th  and  Eighth  av 
Green  Sherwood  L.,  res  1712  Eighth 
Green  Thomas,  bootmaker   with  T.   Perdue,  res  Lewis   nr 

Seventh 
Green  Thomas,  physician,  res  573  Seventh 
Green  William,  laborer,  res  165  Second 
Greenbaum  Louis  (Hirshberg  &  Greenbaum)  res  N  s  Fif- 
teenth nr  Jefferson 
Greene  Charles  S.,  student  University,  res  N  s  D wight  way 
nr  Humboldt  av,  B. 


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OAKLAND    [Q]    DIRECTORY.  219 

Greenebaum  William,  student  University 

Greenhood  J.  &  Bros.  (Jacob,  Solomon  and  Max  Green- 
hood)  fancy  and  dry  goods,  1053  Broadway 

Greenhood  Jacob  (J.  Greenhood  &  Bros.)  res  Nineteenth 
bet  Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avs 

Greenhood  Max  (J.  Greenhood  &  Bros.)  res  409  Twelfth 

Greenhood  Solomon  (J.  Greenhood  &  Bros.)  res  409  Twelfth 

Greenman  Herman,  mining  superintendent,  res  311  Fourth 

Greenough  Charles  C,  carpenter,  res  757  Sixth 

Greenus  Albert  E.  (Oakes  &  Greenus)  res  SE  cor  Broadway 
and  Durant 

Greer  John,  res  W  s  Adeline  bet  Fifth  and  Seventh 

Greffoz  Julian,  operator  W.  U.  Tel.  Co.,  res  1004  Powell(S.F.) 

Gregor  Mary,  domestic,  958  Castro 

Gregory  H.  P.  (H.  P.  Gregory  &  Co.,  S.  F.)  res  N  s  Cale- 
donia av  nr  Grove 

Gregory  James  W.,  stairbuilder  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res 
569  Seventh 

Gregory  J.  W.,  stairbuilder  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res  569 
Seventh 

Gregory  Silas  W.  (H.  P.  Gregory  &  Co.,  S.  F.)res  E  s  Tel- 
egraph av  bet  Hawthorne  and  Plymouth  avs 

Gressler  Charles  A.,  barber,  shop  and  res  707  East  12th 

Gressli  Henry,  carver  W.  D.  Co.,  res  354  Sixth 

Grey  William,  laborer,  res  517  Seventh 

Gribble  John,  longshoreman,  res  E  s  Union  bet  Third  and 
Fifth 

Grice  Orrin,  clerk,  res  912  Center 

Grieszer  John,  boot  and  shoemaker,  420  Eleventh 

Grieves  Matthew,  laboror  C.  P.  K.  R.,  res  829  Cedar 

Griffin  Andrew  J.,  carpenter,  res  Ss  Bristol  bet  Second  and 
Third,  W.  B. 

Griffin  Charles  D.,  bartender,  res  E  s  Willow  nr  Wood 

Griffin  Charles  O.,  carpenter,  res  Berkeley  House 

Griffin  George,  brakeman  C.  P.  Ft.  R. 

Griffin  John,  laborer,  res  St.  Louis  Hotel 

Griffin  Julia,  domestic,  903  Market 

Griffin  L.  S.,  traveling  salesman,  res  SW  cor  East  14th  and 
Third  av 

Griffin  Thomas,  Oakland  Ferry 

Griffing  George  J.,  miner,  res  NW  cor  Alice  and  Fifth 

Griffith  Fleming  M.,  Oreman  C.  P.  B.  R. 

Griffith  George,  gardener  with  H.  D.  Bacon 

Griffith  Samuel,  butcher  with  J.  W.  Glaze 

Griffith  William  A.,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  S  s  Evoy  av 
nr  Telegraph  av 


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220  OAKLAND    [  Q  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Griffiths  Albert  J.,  student  University 

Griggs  Nettie  Mrs.,  res  NW  cor  Lincoln  and  Willow 

Grim  Alonzo  M.,  student  University 

Grimes  George,  cook,  res  1157  Seventh 

Grimm  August,  tanner  with  J.  S.  Derby 

Grimme  Charles,  clerk  with  D.  Menke,  res  Fourteenth  bet 

Franklin  and  Webster 
Grimshaw  William,  carpenter,  res  Berkeley  House,  W.  B. 
Grimwood  A.  D.,  atty-at-law,  res  N  s  East  14th  nr  Twenty- 
seventh  av,  Fruit  Vale 
Griner  James  H.,  carpenter,  res  666  Tenth 
Grinnell  William  E.  (Miller,  Grinnell  &  Co.)  res  708  Twen- 
ty-sixth 
Gripp  John,  furniture  (S.  F.)  res  SW  cor  Center  and  Eighth 
Griswold  Augustus  H.,  ticket  collector  C.  P.  K.  R.,  res  N  s 

Eleventh  nr  Cypress 
Griswold  George,   carpenter,   res  W  s  Magnolia  bet  Third 

and  Fifth 
Grofl"  Charles  F.,    contractor  and   plasterer,    res    SW    cor 

Washington  and  Tenth 
Grogan  William,  res  SE  cor  Twenty-ninth  and  West 
Groizard  Francis,  painter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Railroad  Ex.  Hotel 
Grondona  Dominico,  farmer,  cor  Thirteenth  and  Wood 
Grondona  Joseph,   grinder  with  E.    Guittard  &  Co.    (S.  F.) 

res  cor  Thirteenth  and  Wood 
Gross  Alexander  P.,  millwright,  res  N  s  Ninth  nr  Chester 
Gross  George,  res  680  Locust 
Gross  John,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr 

Thirty-ninth 
Gross  John  F.,  butcher,  res  SE  cor  Chase  and  Wood 
Gross  S.,  widow,  res  819  Chester,  rear 

Gross  William,  marble  cutter,  res  N  s  Fifteenth  nr  Cypress 
Gross  Zoe  Miss,  res  N  s  Ninth  nr  Chester 
GROSSO  &  MAY  (W.  C.  Grosso  and  E.  A.  May)  importers 

hardware,  agricultural  implements,  etc.,  1008  Broadway 

and  1770  Seventh 
Grosso  W.  C.  (Grosso  &  May)  res  Bartlett  House 
Grosso  —  ,  blacksmith,  res  411  Ninth 
Groth  John,  flour  packer,  Samm's  Flouring  Mills,  res  Fourth 

and  Clay 
Grotheer  Frederick,   driver  Washington  Brewery,    res  814 

Harrison 
Grove  Street  Planing  Mill,  G.  M.  Blair  proprietor,  NW  cor 

Grove  and  First 
Grove  Street  School,  Mrs.  N.  D.  Standeford  principal,    SE 

cor  Fifth  and  Grove 


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OAKLAND     [Q-]    DIRECTORY.  221 

GROVER  &  BAKER  SEWING  MACHINES,  P.  E.  Davis 

agent,  1161  Broadway 
Grover  Ira  E.,  res  W  s  Market  nr  Twenty-fourth 
Grover  Sarah  B.,  midwife,  res  603  Franklin 
GROVES  REUBEN,  proprietor  Shell  Mound  Park  Nursery, 

one  mile  West  of  Temescal  nr  Pace  Track 
Grow  Joseph  B.,  blacksmith  C.  P.  P.  P.,  res  912  Center 
Gruen  John  C.  res  913  Grove 
Grueninger  Theodore,  cabinet  maker  (S.  F.)  res  S  s  Twelfth 

nr  Center 
Gruettner  D.  (Lauer  &  Gruettner)  res  815  Franklin 
Grush  Henry,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Grush  H.  Mrs.,  folder  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Grutze  William  F.,  tailor  with  M.  J.  Healey,  res  Mechanics' 

Home 
Guenette  Louise  Miss,   dressmaker,   E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr 

University  av,  W.  B. 
Guenette  Peter,   blacksmith,   res  cor  University  and    San 

Pablo  avs,  W.  B. 
Guerin  Oscar,  gasfitter  with  O.  C.  Kirk,  res  Mansion  House 
Guernsey  A.  A.  (A.  A.  Guernsey  &  Co.)  906  Broadway 
GUERNSEY  A.    A.  &  CO.  (A.   A.    Guernsey   and    C.    N. 

Whitmore)    real    estate   and    insurance    brokers,    906 

Broadway 
Guhue  Frederick,  laborer  D.  and  D.  and  B.  Asylum 
Guile  D.  B.,  student,  res  S  s  Twenty-first  nr  Brush 
Guilfoy  Patrick,  fireman  Oakland  Ferry 
Guilfoy  W.,  laborer,  res  WsSan  Pablo  av  nr  Temescal  Creek 
Gulart  Joaquin,  laborer  C.  P.  P.  P.,  res  1845  Grove 
Gunderson  Carrie,  domestic,  NW  cor  Thirteenth  and  Clay 
Gunn  Charles,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Gunn  Charles  T.,  fruit  stand,  NE  cor  Washington  and  Sev- 
enth, res  826  Twenty- second 
Gunn  John,  res  W  s  Linden  nr  Eighteenth 
Gunn  J.  C,  master  mariner,  res  810  Isabella 
Gunning  Arthur,  res  E  s  Watts  nr  Park  av 
Guppy  A.  P.,  civil  engineer,  res  668  Seventh 
Guptil  E.  A.,  butcher,  1710  Telegraph  av 
Gurnee  Clinton,  atty-at-law  (S.  F.)  res  1630  Telegraph  av 
GURNETT  &  AYRES   (William  J.   Gurnett  and  William 

H.  Ayres)  wood  and  coal,  NW  cor  San  Pablo  av  and 

Twenty-eighth 
Gurnett  A.   G.,  stock   broker  (S.  F.)  SE  cor  Fourth  av  and 

East  16th 
Gurnett  William  J.    (Gurnett  &  Ayres)  N  s  Twentieth  nr 

Broadway 


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Gurrell  James,  laborer,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 

Guthrie  Daniel,  laborer,  res  947  Willow 

Guthrie  Flavius,  painter  W.  D.  Co. 

Guthuth  Frank,  hackman  with  Newland  &  Pumyea,   res  462 

Seventh 
Gutz wilier  Henry,  saloon,  814  Broadway 


H 

Haar  Heniy,  groceries  and  liquors,  NE  cor  Chester  and 
Seventh 

Haberlin  James,  blacksmith  with  B.  Kneale,  res  S  s  Forty- 
third  nr  Telegraph  av 

Hackett  Edward,  master  mariner,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Hackett  John,  master  mariner,  res  229  Twelfth 

Hackett  Patrick,  laborer,  res  810  Alice 

Hackett  Walter  C,  first  officer  Oakland  Ferry,  res  S.  F. 

Haddock  &  Parker  (George  W.  Haddock  and  Edward  W. 
Parker)  watchmakers  and  jewelers,  1109  Broadway 

Haddock  George  W.  (Haddock  &  Parker)  1109  Broadway 

Hagan  John,  hostler  with  D.  M.  Ayres,  res  NE  cor  Seven- 
teenth and  San  Pablo  av 

Hageman  Victor,  res  1009  Tenth  av 

Hager  &  Brownson  (Charles  Hager  and  Frederick  Brownson) 
agents  New  American  Sewing  Machine,  963  Washington 

Hager  Charles  (Hager  &  Brownson)  res  1054  Third 

Haggerty  James,  lather,  res  521  Fourth 

Halm  C,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Fifth  bet  Webster  and  Harrison 

Hahn  Henry,  capitalist,  res  Seventh  nr  Canrpbell 

Halm  William,  butcher  with  C.  Schneider,  res  S  s  Fourth 
bet  Alice  and  Jackson 

Haines  E.  A.,  capitalist,  res  277  Tenth 

Haines  Erasmus  W.,  insurance  agent,  SE  cor  Washington 
and  Ninth,  res  916  Filbert 

Haines  F.  K.,  solicitor  Victor  Sewing  Machines,  res  916 
Filbert 

Haines  Frank  E.,  freight  clerk  C.  P.  K.  B.  (S.  F.)  res  664 
Tenth 

Hale  Henry  H.,  clerk  with  M.  C.  Hawley  &  Co.  (S.  F.)  res 
E  s  East  17th  bet  Eleventh  and  Twelfth  avs 

Hale  Lucie  A.,  teacher  Golden  Gate  Academy 

Hale  K.  H.  Mrs.,  res  S  s  East  17th  bet  Eleventh  and 
Twelfth  avs 

Hale  W.  E.,  stock  broker  (S.  F.)  res  Knox  pi 

Hale  W.  J.,  painter,  res  756  Sixth 


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OAKLAND     [  H  ]    DIRECTORY.  223 

Haley  Daniel,  res  1018  Third 

Haley  James,  shoemaker  with  W.  A.  Watts,  res  W  s  Chest- 
nut nr  Thirty-fourth 
Haley  James,  stableman  Fashion  Stables,  860  Broadway 
Haley  James  F.  Mrs.,  res  215  Ninth 
Haley  Robert,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill 
Haley  Stephen,  coachman,  res  930  Adeline 
Halkey  Leopold,  gardener,  res  SE  cor  Brush  and  Second 
Hall  &  Morey  (Alfred  Hall  and  Henry  H.  B.  Morey)  N.  Y. 

Artificial  Stone  Co.,  P.  O.  box  554 
Hall  A.,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Hall  Alfred  (Hall  &  Morey)  res  cor  Webster  and  Third 
Hall  Benjamin,  stocks,  res  969  Jefferson 
Hall  D.  K.,  painter  with  C.  B.  Rutherford,  res  Eleventh  bet 

Webster  and  Harrison 
Hall  Edward  L.,  collector  Home  Mutual  Insurance  Co.  (S. 

F.)  res  602  East  14th 
Hall  Edward  M.,  (Hall  &  Charles,  S.  F.)  res  1155  Jackson 
Hall  Elizabeth  Mrs.,  res  S  s   Seventeenth  bet  Cypress  and 

Center 
Hall  Franklin,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Thirty-fourth  nr  Market 
Hall  Frank  M.,  clerk  with  Grosso  &  May,  res  161  Seventh 
Hall  Frank  T.,  painter,  833  Seventh,  res  416  Thirteenth 
Hall  Frank  T.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  res  416  Thirteenth 
Hall  Fremont  S.,  compositor  with  Dewey  &  Co.  (S.  F.)  res 

161  Seventh 
Hall  George,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  727  Chester 
Hall  Hannah  H.,  res  N  s  Twenty-sixth  nr  Grove 
HAUL  HENRY  C,  house  and  sign  painter,  408  Tenth,  res 

369  Eighth 
Hall  Henry  C,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  N  s  Taylor  nr  Pine 
Hall  I.,  carpenter,  res  809  Wester 
Hall  Isaac,  carpenter,  res  1709  Seventh 
Hall  Jacob  A.,  foreman  W.  D.  Co.,  res  727  Chester 
Hall  James,  commission  merchant  (S.  F.)  res  W  s  Chestnut 

nr  Eighteenth 
Hall  J.  E.,  clerk  with  H.  C.  Taft  &  Co.,  res  1165  Broadway 
Hall  John,  laborer,  res  368  First 
Hall  Mary,  domestic,  NE  cor  Taylor  and  Willow 
Hall  Olin  F.,  stock  broker,  res  Sunny  side  House 
Hall  R.  B.,  atty-at-law  and  private  detective,  632  Market  (S. 

F.)  res  161  Seventh 
Hall  Sether  J .  (Peck  &  Hall)  res  cor  Bancroft  way  and  Ells- 
worth, B. 
Hall  Thomas  W.,  dentist,  1004  Broadway,  res  816  Brown 
Hall  William,  carpenter,  res  842  Twenty-ninth 


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HALL  WILLIAM  M.,  proprietor  Charter  Oak  Hotel, 
Seventh  bet  Pine  and  Wood 

Hallahan  Andrew,  hairdresser,  834|  Broadway,  res  362  Tenth 

Hallahan  Florence,  merchant  tailor,  store  and  res  620  East 
12th 

Hallahan  John,  waiter  Antelope  Restaurant,  res  858  Broad- 
way 

Hallahan  John,  wines  and  liquors,  821  Broadway,  res  529 
Third 

Hallahan  Margaret,  domestic,  W  s  Center  bet  Seventh  and 
Eighth 

Hallahan  M.  J.,  painter,  res  529  Third 

Hallenbeck  George,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 

Hallenbeck  George  D.,  carpenter,  res  NW  cor  Wood  and 
Willow 

Haller  John,  blacksmith  with  Henry  Ollis,  res  408  Fifth 

Hallett,  Bartlett  &  Dalton  (G.  H.  Hallett,  P.  Bartlett  and 
P.  E.  Dalton)  Contra  Costa  Laundry  Association,  SW 
cor  Kirkham  and  Fourteenth 

Hallett  G.  H.  (Contra  Costa  Laundry  Association)  res  326 
Geary  (S.  F.) 

Hallett  John  Pi.,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Halley  Andrew,  stair  builder,  res  603  Third 

HALLEY  WILLIAM,  publisher,  office  NW  cor  Seventh 
and  Washington,  res  SE  cor  Eighth  and  Alice 

Halloran  Maurice,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  Pi.,  res  Central  Pacific 
Railroad  House 

Halloran  Michael,  laborer  C.  P.  R.,  res  Central  Pacific 
Railroad  House 

Halloran  P.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Central  Pacific 
Railroad  House 

Hallowa}*  Mary  Miss,  dressmaker  with  Emil  Wells,  Web- 
ster nr  Sixth 

Hainan  Richard,  lamplighter  Gaslight  Co.,  res  1381  Ninth 

Halpen  Dennis,  laborer,  res  812  Filbert 

Halpin  Catherine,  domestic,  669  Eighth 

Halsted  James  M.,  fancy  goods  and  agent  Demorest  pat- 
terns, 1015  Broadway,  res  cor  Fifteenth  and  Center 

Haltom  E.  J.,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Taylor  bet  Pine  and 
Cedar 

Halvorsen  John,  shipwright,  res  foot  of  Division 

Halverson  John,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  Thirtieth  and  Union 

Haltz  Charles,  upholsterer,  525  Eighth,  res  Webster  nr 
Fourth 

Ham  J.  Harris,  widow,  res  S  s  East  16th  bet  Eleventh  and 
12th  avs 


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The  Leading  Commercial  School  on  the  Coast 

E.  P.  HEALD,  President.  F.  C.  WOODBURY,  Secretary. 


The  object  of  this  school  is  to  educate  forthe  practical  affairs  of  life.  In  addition  to  a  complete  and 
systematic  coarse  of  business  train  i  iroiuhly-in  the  English  branches,  in  French,  German, 
and   Spanish,  in  civil  engineering      urve:   i       ■•■■  igrapby,  etc. ;    thus  affording  a  most 

useful  course  of  instruction  for  b  iys,  yo  u  .  n .    :     a  .  and  rendering  this  school 

S'S©  MODEL  COLLEGE  QF  TEE  PACIFIC, 

The  aim  of  the  scl '  is  n   •    "  me  to  For  i '   rks  and  book-keepers,  but  also  to  impart  such  a 

broad  culture  as  is  now  The  mere  face  of  being  a  commercial  man 

should  be  a  presumption  that  h     :  ino          It  is  the  design  of  this  school — by  its 

coinprehensive  c  nirsi    of  insti  training  in  mercantile  affairs  and  correct  business 

habits  -to  render  its  hy  their  gentlemanly  ways  and  good  business  principles, 
as  well  as  noted  for  industry,  pers 

The  Business  Course, 

This  will  include  v.  ■  :  and  double  entry,  comprising  practical 

worV   i'i    l;.n, ,.i;:_    .1 Lnino  1  g,    Brokerage   etc.;    Arithmetic,  including 

abbrei  ated    form     1      commei      it  ca                          u       b  -  ■   d   accountants;  Penmanship,  with   complete 

analysis  and  movement                    ■                             con  the  different  forms  with  rules  for  use  of 
<M,     il   letters  and    \     ><     lal            \\     1  m         La       1-      1  lectu  es  on  all  the  important  topics;    English 

lira hiding  reading,                 grammar,  com  exercises,  rhetoric,  etc. ;  French,  German,  and 

Spani    1  ;  Drawing  in  its  vario      form       linsiness  Forms  of.  every  variet}- :  actual   Practice  in  all  kinds  of 

bit            .  1  -    'in'";  on  1 1   kei  1  ct      -  us    political  economy,  and  various  topics 

calculati  d  to  impart  to  the  pu                        indu  in  business  affairs,  and  reliability  of 
character. 

The  Flaw  gf  Instruotiom 

Includes  hotli  i  Byi       plan  our  pupils  are  advanced  very  rapidly, 

and  greater  progress  is  snown  in  1  in  one  year.     By  our  system  the 

1     never  retarded    liy  tho  ■■■  1 : y,  and  is  never  obliged  to  remain  idle 
waiting  for  lieeded  ins 

Theory  ga^  Prgcticg 

Are  com  the  other.    Xo  course  of  mere  theory  can  be 

relied  details  and  the  practical  workings 

of  the  1                                                                    1  plan  of  operation  the  pupil  is  prepared  to 

enteral  ,.,  L>uring  his  course  he  is 
tli  in, ii.'!  .  1  ust.iuci  From  si  Je  entry,  detecting  errors  in  books,  opening  and 
closing  boo  1  all  1  ii  business  statements  and  papers, 'writing  up  all 
the  differ  nt  form  r,  tired  Ijj  the  our  novel  system  of  actual  business  prac- 
tice ■  a  ■■■  }.■•.  '-.  ■  most  complete  and  practical  plan  of 
Instruct!  iti  ei  1  id  into  any  school  in  the  country  —  a  fact  which  is  amply  proved  by  the  business 
..Ues. 

Mste®  cl  Tuition, 

The  rates  of  tui  ion  for  the  business  course,  as  above,  are  as  follows: 


Evening  Sessions,  6  mos $45 

3     "     25 

"         1  mo 10 


Full  Business  Course,  6  mos $75 

3     "     50 

1  mo 20 

Pupils  will  be  received  for  1  action  in  any  branch  at  reasonable  rates. 

Hours  o£  Instruction* 

Day  sessions  will  contimie  each  week  day,  except  Saturday,  from  9  A.  M.  to  12  M.  and  from  1.30  to  4  p.  M. 
Evening  sessions  will  continue  from  7  to  9  P.  M.,  during  eight  months,  extending  from  first  of  September  to 
first  of  May  the  following  year. 

Further  Iniormstion,, 

Full  particulars  regarding  the  school  and  its  workings  may  be  had  at  the  office  of  the  College,  24  Post 
Street,  or  by  addressing 

E.  P.  HEALD,  President  Business  College, 

Q  SAN  FRANCISCO,  CAL. 


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College, 


24  Post  Street,  near  Kearny, 
san  francisco. 

Designed  to  impart  a  thorough  English  Education,  a  complete  Business  Training,  and  practical 
instruction  in  Modern  Languages,  Drawing,  Telegraphy,  etc. 

The  School-Room  and  Counting-Room 

Are  united  upon  a  plan  that  secures  to  the  student  all  the  praetical  advantages  of  each.    There  is 

in  operation  a  Banking  House,   with   Checks,   Drafts,   Notes,  Bills  of    Exchange, 

Certificates  of  Deposit,  etc.,  fully  illustrating  the  hanking  business.  „ 

The  school-room  is  elegantly  fitted  up  with 

Merchandising,  Jobbing,  and  Importing  Emporiums, 

Insurance  and  General  Banking  Offices, 

Commission  and  Forwarding  Houses, 
Express  and  Post  Offices. 

SOME  OF  THE  SPECIAL  ADVANTAGES  OF  THIS  SCHOOL 

The  attention  given  to  gentlemanly  manners  and  correct  business  habits,  and  the  fact  tbat  its  Business 
Training  is  not  confined  to  Book-keeping,  Penmanship  and  Arithmetic,  but  imparts  such  useful  information 
as  the  times  now  demand  for  a  high  position  in  the  mercantile  community. 

The  careful  discipline  which  is  maintained  at  all  times  in  the  school,  and  the  requirement  that  every 
pupil  shall  be  prompt  and  punctual  in  attendance,  as  well  as  energetic  and  business-like  in  all  work,  thus 
forming  habits  which  are  necessary  to  his  future  success. 

The  employment  of  only  first-class  teachers  in  every  Department,  and  in  sufficient  numbers  to  give 
personal  attention  to  every  pupil. 

Its  complete  Bystem  of  ACTUAL  BUSI>TE.SS  PRACTICE,  by  which  pupils  are  fitted  to  enter  the 
Counting-house  directly  from  the  School. 

The  high  standing  of  its  graduates  in  the  business  community. 

The  pains  taken  for  securing  positions  for  graduates  in  good  business  establishments. 

The  admission  of  pupils  of  both  sexes  and  of  any  age,  thus  rendering  young  boys  more  manly  by  the 
association  with  pupils  of  an  older  age. 

In  having  the  largest  and  best  ventilated  and  arranged  school-rooms,  and  the  largest  yearly  attendance 
of  any  Business  Training  School  in  America. 

The  immediate  notification  of  parents  in  case  of  absence  of  any  pupil,  and  the  pains  taken  to  keep  them 
informed  of  the  progress  and  deportment  of  their  sons. 

The  fact  that  each  pupil  becomes  an  elegant  business  penman  before  graduating. 

Its  Departments  of  Modern  Languages  and  Drawing,  in  which  pupils  can  receive  instruction  without 
extra  charge. 

Its  complete  Department  of  Telegraphy,  in  which  students  are  fitted  to  enter  at  once  upon  their  duties 
as  operators. 

Finally,  it3  freedom  from  disadvantages  of  public  schools  in  its  exclusion  of  boys  of  a  bad  character  ; 
the  gentlemanly  deportment  required  from  all  pupils ;  in  having  no  change  of  teachers ;  in  giving  individual 
instruction,  and  the  consequent  rapid  advancement  of  each  pupil ;  in  the  course  of  instruction  being  so 
arranged  as  to  allow  the  student  to  enter  at  any  time  ;  in  having  no  vacations  to  compel  the  pupil  to  leave 
before  finishing  his  course ;  and  in  the  honest  endeavor  of  every  teacher  to  promote  the  best  interests  of 
each  pupil  in  the  school.  

DEPARTMENT  OF   TELECRAPHY. 

This  department  is  a  complete  institution  of  itself,  and  affords  facilities  for  learning  telegraphy  practi- 
cally and  thoroughly.  Instruction  in  this  branch  is  of  very  little  avail  unless  special  pains  are  taken  to  train 
pupils  for  operators  from  the  beginning  ;  and  a  glance  at  our  department  will  convince  any  one  that  we  have 
the  facilities  for  so  doing. 

INSTRUCTION    FOR    LADIES. 

Ladies  are  admitted  into  all  departments  of  the  College  on  the  same  terms  and  conditions  as  young  men. 
Their  progress  in  all  branches  thus  far  has  been  most  flattering. 

GENERAL    INFORMATION. 

Pupils  can  enter  the  College  at  any  time,  and  pursue  their  studies  to  graduation  without  interruption,  if 
they  see  fit  to  do  so.  Pupils  not  sufficiently  advanced  for  the  Business  Course  can  enter  for  instruction  in 
the  English  Department. 

Modern  Languages  and  Drawing  are  optional  studies,  and  may  be  taken  or  not  as  the  student  rhay  see 
fit ;  but  no  extra  chargo  will  be  made  for  them  when  pursued. 

The  discipline  of  the  school  is  very  careful,  in  order  to  impart  such  habits  as  shall  conduce  to  the  future 
success  of  graduates. 

Visitors  will  be  always  welcome  at  the  College,  as  we  are  pleased  to  have  the  public  inform  itself  of  the 
merits  of  our  school. 

For  information  on  any  point  not  fully  understood,  do  not  fail  to  call  at  the  school,  or  to  write  to  us. 

HEALD'S    COLLEGE   JOURNAL, 

Published  monthly  by  the  College  and  containing  full  particulars  regarding  the  Course  of  Studies,  Expenses, 
etc.,  also,  a  large  amount  of  interesting  general  reading,  maybe  had  free  of  charge,  either  at  the  College 
Office,  24  Post  Street,  or  by  addressing 


E.  F.  He  ALL,  President  Business  College, 

SAN   FRANCISCO,  CALu 


J.  S.  G.  GORDON,  wholesale  and  retail  dealer  in  ICE,  469  Ninth  st. 


OAKLAND     [H]    DIRECTORY.  225 

Ham  William,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co.,  res  W  s  Mag- 
nolia bet  Second  and  Third 
Hamann   August,    butcher  with  Eice  &  White,   res  Eland 

House 
Hamb  William  J.,  laborer,  res  W  s  Magnolia  nr  Third 
Hambury  James,  teamster,  res  NE  cor  Filbert  and  First 
Hamby  Andrew  M.,  carpenter,  res  833  Twenty-ninth 
Hamby  Joseph,  carpenter,  res  833  Twenty-ninth 
Hamby  Richard  A.,  carpenter,  r©g  833  Twenty-ninth 
Hamby  William  J.  G.,  carpenter,  res  833  Twenty-ninth 
Hamilton    Ada  Miss,  principal  Harrison  Street  School,   res 

760  Eleventh 
Hamilton  Di  V.  Miss,  res  Eighth  nr  Myrtle 
Hamilton  Edward  H.,  student  University 
Hamilton  Frank,  gardener,  res  912  Sixth  av 
Hamilton  Frank,   machinehand  W.  D.  Co.,  res   141  Minna, 

S.  F. 
Hamilton  George,  tailor,  469  Seventh 
Hamilton  Hiram  M.,  student  University 
Hamilton  James  W.,  freight  clerk  Oakland  Wharf,  res  876 

Wood 
Hamilton  L.  Rev.,  pastor  Independent  Presbyterian  Church, 

res  1165  Jackson 
Hamilton  Mary  L.  Mrs.,  res  Eighth  nr  Myrtle 
Hamilton  N.,  atty-at-law,  res  1271  Jackson 
Hamilton  TV.  H.  H.,  carriage  manufacturer,  1064  Thirteenth 

av,  res  cor  Seventeenth  av  and  East  16th 
Hamilton  William  T.,  res  828  Sixteenth 
Hamley  Frederick,  waiter  with  Jose'  C.  Rodrigues,  res  687 

East  12th 
Hamlin  TV.  Lee,  res  S  s  Mariposa  av  nr  Telegraph  av,  X. 

Temescal 
Hamman  Minnie  Mrs.,  seamstress,  res  517  Fourth,  rear 
Hammel  Peter,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Willow  nr  Eighth 
Hammer  John  F.,  clerk,  res  1020  Chester 
Hammers  D.,  harnessmaker,  shop  and  res  623  East  12th 
Hammett  Frank,  teamster,  res  TV  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Alca- 

traz  av 
Hammett  George  W.,  teamster  with  John  P.  Lapham,  res 

TV  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Alcatraz  av 
Hammon  W.  P.  (Mallett  &  Hammon)  res  4  James'  Block 
Hammond  A.,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co. 
Hammond  William  D.,  machinist  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  S  s  Eighth 

bet  Wood  and  Willow 
Hammond   William  H.,    student   University,   res   Chi  Phi 

House 


H11RPRT   8    MHIUTED   BUY  and  SELL  REAL  ESTATE  and  MINING  PROPERTY-LOANS 
UlLDLM    0c   nUil  I  LM  NEGOTIATED.     224  Montgomery  st.  S.  F.,  or  Park  st.  Alameda. 

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226  OAKLAND     [  H  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Hampel  Andrew,  clerk  with  Henry  Hampel,  res  1120  Six- 
teenth av 

Hampel  C.  F.,  bakery,  store  and  res  761  East  14th 

Hampel  Conrad  F.,  blacksmith  with  Henry  F.  Hampel,  res 
Thirteenth  av  nr  East  30th 

Hampel  Henry,  groceries  and  liquors,  775  East  12th,  res  1120 
Sixteenth  av 

Hampel  Henry  F.,  carriage  manufacturer,  N  s  Twelfth  bet 
Franklin  and  Webster,  res  Thirteenth  av  nr  East  30th 

Hampton  John,  nurseryman  and  florist,  NE  cor  Telegraph 
av  and  Twenty-second 

Hanchette  Harry  J.  (Baker  &  Hanchette)  res  824  Lombard, 
S.  F. 

Hand  M.  Emma  Miss,  teacher  Durant  School,  res  1203  Castro 

Hand  Patrick,  laborer,  res  S  s  Blay  pi  nr  Broadway 

Hand  William  H.,  lieutenant  Revenue  Service,  res  1009 
Washington 

Handerkin  William,  laborer,  res  E  s  Second  nr  University 
av,  W.  B. 

Handlin  Joel  B.,  merchant,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Forty- 
third 

Handy  J.  B.,  whitener,  res  157  Sixth 

Hanenemy  John,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Haney  Sarah  Mrs.,  res  Fourteenth  bet  Franklin  and  Broad- 
way 

Haney  William,  butcher  with  H.  A.  Zeiss 

HANIFIN  JEREMIAH  J.,  wines  and  liquors,  NW  cor 
Seventh  and  Broadway  and  1173  Broodway,  res  458 
Seventh 

Hanley  George,  laborer,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 

Hanley  Peter,  tanner  with  J.  S.  Derby,  res  Mansion  House, 
E.  O. 

Hanley  William,  harness,  saddlery  and  carriage  trimming, 
shop  and  res  1082  East  14th 

Hanlin  Johanna,  domestic,  SE  cor  Fifteenth  and  West 

Hanlon  Michael,  shoemaker  with  D.  O'Keefe,  res  681  East 
12th 

Hanlon  Peter,  laborer  with  T.  W.  Corder,  res  Peabody's 
Landing 

Hanly  Patrick,  gardener,  res  863  Campbell 

Hanly  Patrick,  shoemaker,  res  761  Castro 

Hann  Thomas,  butcher,  W  s  Shattuck  nr  University  av,  B. 

Hannaford  Edward  T.,  miller  (S.  F.)  res  S  s  Eighth  bet  Wil- 
low and  Wood 

Hannah  J.  E.  Mrs.,  lodgings,  476  Twelfth 

Hannah  John,  carpenter,  res  Eland  House 


PSmftflHAIT    UflTbl    HAS  BEEN  THOROUGHLY  RENOVATED,  and  now  otters 

ILUlTlUH  I     nUlLL  great  attractions  to  the  public  as  a  POPULAR  RESORT. 


Gordon's  wagons  supply  families  in  Oakland,  Berkeley  &  Alameda. 


OAKLAND     [  H  ]    DIRECTORY. 


907 


HANNAN  J.  J.,  house  and  sign  painter,  685  Thirteenth  av, 
res  East  loth  bet  Tenth  and  Eleventh  avs 

Hannan  John,  carpenter,  res  Sixth  nr  Pine 

Hannavan  Philip,  machine  hand  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res 
E  s  Myrtle  nr  Thirtieth 

Hannavan  Thomas  J.,  machine  hand  Oakland  Planing  Mill, 
res  Washington  nr  Sixth 

Hannexberg  — ,  agent,  res  853  Harrison 

Hannigan  John,  boilermaker,  res  SW  cor  Twenty-second  and 
Linden 

Hannigan  Patrick,  deckhand  Oakland  Ferry,  res  S.  F. 

Hannon  James  J.,  blacksmith  Oakland  Paving  Co.,  res  SE 
cor  Twenty-third  and  Telegraph  av 

Hansa  John,  carpenter,  res  Tremont  House 

Hanscom  John  O.,  commission   merchant   (S.  .F.)  res  N  s 
William  bet  Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avs 

Hansen  Albert,  watchmaker  and  jeweler,  store  and  res  620 
East  12th 

HANSEN  ASMUS  H.,  groceries,   wines,  liquors  and  crock- 
ery, 1751  Seventh 

Hansen  Christian,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co.,  res  S  s  Eighth  bet 
Peralta  and  Campbell 

Hansen  D.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Hansen  H.  E.,  boarding  and  lodgings,  NE  cor  Grove  and 
Third 

Hansen  Henry,  porter  with  Fred.  W.  Sieglitz,  res  Ninth  bet 
Broadway  and  Franklin 

Hansen  Henry,  stevedore   P.  M.  S.  S.  Co.  (S.  F.)  res   859 
Twenty-second 

Hansen  Jeffersen,  gardener  Knox  House 

Hansen  John,  laborer  with  Shakespeare  &  Walter,  res  Stew- 
art's Hotel 

Hansen  Marv,  domestic,  N  s  Charter  nr  Telegraph  av 

HANSON   CLARENCE    S.;    carpenter   and    builder,    1008 
Franklin,  res  N  s  Twenty-sixth  nr  San  Pablo  av 

Hanson  Frederick,  engineer  D.  and  D.  and  B.  Assylum 

Hanson  Hannah,  domestic,  267  Eighth 

Hanson  Hans  M.,  driver  Broadway  and  Piedmont  R.  R. 

Hanson  Thomas  N.,  saloon,   cor  Vallejo  and  Davis  (S.  F.) 
res  821  Washington 

Hanush  Joseph,  harnessmaker  with  F.  A.  Marston,  res  Stew- 
art's Hotel 

Hanzo  August,  cook,  res  cor  Cedar  and  Goss 

Happ  Simon  J.,  carpenter,  res  463  Twenty -first 

Haquette  Augustus  E.,  bartender  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Harcourt  T.  A.,  res  955  Jefferson 


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HARD  &  HOWE  (R.  B.  Hard   and    M.   M.    Howe)  livery 

stable,  Eighth  bet  Broadway  and  Washington 
Hard  Roswell  B.  (Hard  &  Howe)  res  765  Fifth 
Harden  Frank  B.,  clerk  with  Edwards  &  DeWitt,  res  718 

Filbert 
Harden  John  B.,  carpenter,  res  718  Filbert 
Hardenberg  Henry  D.,  carpenter,  res  664  Tenth 
Hardenberg  James  R.,  clerk  P.  O.  (S.  F.)  res  1031  Seventh 

av 
Hardenburg  William,  res  Winsor  House 
Hardgraves  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  Humboldt  Hotel 
Harding  August,  student  University,  res  416  Tenth 
Harding  Augustus,  res  416  Tenth 
Harding  Frank,  fruits   and   stationery,  store  and  res  1808 

Seventh 
Hard  wick  Edward  P.,  master  mariner,  res  Ws  San  Pablo 

av  nr  D wight  way,  W.  B. 
Hardwick  M.  Susie  Miss,  student  University 
Hardwick  Thomas,  farmer,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Dwight 

way,  W.  B. 
Hardy  &  Yeager  (Nathan  O.  Hardy  and  Jeremiah  Yeager) 

fruit  and  confectionery,  NW  cor  Broadway  and  Twelfth 
Hardy    Charles,    student    Taylor's   Business    College,    res 

Broadway  nr  Ninth 
Hardy  Charles  G.,  clerk  withW.B.  Hardy,  res  1383  Franklin 
Hard}*  D.,  res  N  s  East  17th  bet  Seventh  and  Eighth  avs 
Hardy  Irene  Miss,  teacher  High  School,  res  972  Chester 
Hardy  Jacob,  real   estate,    408    California  (S.  F.)    res  665 

Eleventh 
Hardy  L.  J.,  real  estate,  res  715  Market 
Hardy  Nathan  O.  (Hardy  &  Yeager)  res  Stewart's  Hotel 
Hardy  Thomas,  mining,  res  768  Fifteenth 
HARDY   WILLIAM  B.,  books  and  stationery   and   agent 

Bishop's  Oakland  City  Directory,   959  Broadway,    res 

1383  Franklin 
Harfst  H.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  William  nr  Bay 
HARINGTON     DOUGLAS     M.,  proprietor    St.  George's 

Brewery,  S  s  Powell  nr  San  Pablo 
Harjes  Anna  Miss,  res  862  Chester 
Harjes  H.,  widow,  res  862  Chester 

Harker  M.  Rev.,  clergyman,  res  S   s  East  14th  nr  Thirty- 
third  av,  Fruit  Vale 
Harley  M.  F.,   carpenter,   res  N  s  Third  bet  Castro  and 

Brush 
Harley  Milton  F.,  printer,  res   N  s  Third  bet  Castro  and 

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Harlow  Albert,  clerk  with  P.  Baker,  res  362  Fifth 

Harlow  Robert,  farmer,  res  cor  Vernon  and  University  avs 

Harlow  William  S.,  deputy  county  sheriff,  res  963  Jefferson 

Harm  stead  J.  B.  Mrs.,  res  E  s  Fourth  ay  bet  East  15th  and 

East  16th 
'Harmon   A.    K.    P.,  mining   (S.  F.)  res   E   s   Webster   nr 
Twenty-second 

Harmon  Albert,  salesman  with  H.  Schellhaas,  res  Berkeley 

Harmon  J.  B.,  attv-at-law,  res  1325  Jackson 

HARMON  RICHARD  E.,  wines  and  liquors,  SE  cor  Fourth 
and  Franklin,  res  379  Fourth 

Harmon  Boberdeau,  student,  res  1325  Jackson 

Harnett  Alice  Mrs.,  res  266  Eleventh 

Harney   James,   fruit   (S.  F.)  res  N  s  Forty -fiith  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Harney  William  J.,  fruit  (S.  F.)  res  S  s  Forty-fifth  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Harper  Charles  A.,  teamster  with  G.  W.  Spencer,  res  N  s 
Eighth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham 

Harper  Thomas  (Whitney  &  Co.)  res  354  Webster 

Harrel  Alfred,  res  59  Valley 

Harrell  Jasper  (GraysOn,  Harrell  &  Co.)  res  Grand  Central 
Hotel 

Harrier  Lewis  G.,  student  University 

Harrington  Charles  F.,  painter,  res  360  Seventh 

Harrington  Michael,  hostler  with  Newland  &  Pumyea,  res 
462  Seventh 


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Harrington  Phineas,  res  S  s  Twenty-eighth  nr  Market 

Harrington  Timothy,  laborer,  res  755  Market 

Harrington   W.  C,  physician,  res   SE   cor   Tenth   av   and 

East  17th 
HARRIS  BROTHERS  (Jacob  and  Joseph)  clothing  and  fur- 
nishing goods,  915  Broadway  ' 
Harris  Edward,  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  627  Filbert 
Harris  Edwin  (Pool  &  Harris,  S.  F.)  res  NW  cor  Sixth  and 

Oak 
Harris  Hemw,  res  1268  Webster 

Harris  I.  H.,  porter  C.  P.  R.  ft.,  res  W  s  Filbert  nr  Third 
Harris  Jacob  (Harris  Brothers)  res  567  Fifth 
Harris  Jacob,  pedlar,  res  691  East  12th 
Harris  J.   Ham,    assistant    secretary   University,    res    224 

Ninth 
Harris  J.  Norman,  clerk  with  Will  H.  Burrall,  res  141  Sil- 
ver (S.  F.) 
Harris  John,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  W  s  Bay  nr  Short 
Harris  John,  steward,  res  970  Third 
Harris  John  A.,  atty-at-law  (S.  F.)  res  1072  Wood 
Harris  Joseph  (Harris  Brothers)  res  1205  Franklin 
Harris  Joseph,  longshoreman,  res  825  Magnolia 
Harris  Joseph,  waiter  Newland  House  Restaurant 
Harris  L.,  res  615  Sixth 
Harris  Mumford,  whitener,  res  320  Fourth 
Harris  R.  M.,  shoemaker  with  F.  W.  Stevenson,  res  Broad- 
way nr  Seventeenth 
Harris  Sabin,  res  SE  cor  Twelfth  and  Harrison 
Harris  Samuel  S.,  painter,  res  323  Eleventh 
Harris  William,  res  827  Chester 
Harris  William  L.  Mrs.,  res  549  Charter 
HARRISON  C.  H,  Mare  Island  pilot,  res  SE  cor  Center  and 

Seventh 
Harrison  D.,  laborer,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 
Harrison  Elizabeth,  widow,  res  W  s  University  av  nr  Hudson 
Harrison  George  W.,  res  Twentieth  av  nr  East  24th 
Harrison  Henry  E.,  res  SE  cor  Sixteenth  av  and  East  16th 
Harrison  John  H.,  res  Old  Telegraph  road  one-fourth  mile 

north  of  Four-mile  House 
Harrison  Joseph,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  736  Linden 
Harrison  L.  L.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Goss  bet  William 

and  Wood 
Harrison  P.  G.,  clerk  with  Miller,  Grinnell  &  Co.,  res  962 

Clay 
Harrison  R.  J.  (Richards  &  Harrison,  S.  F.)  res  616  Third 
Harrison  Sarah,  domestic,  779  Eighth 


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OAKLAND     [H]    DIRECTORY.  231 

Harrison  S.  V.  Mrs.,  res  Old  Telegraph  road  one-fourth 
mile  north  of  Four-mile  House 

Harrison  Street  School,  Ada  Hamilton  principal,  NE  cor 
Harrison  and  Sixth 

Harrison  S.  N.,  carpenter  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  W  s  Shat- 
tuck  nr  Telegraph  av,  Temescal 

Harrison  Thomas  G.,  clerk,  res  962  Clay 

Harrison  W.  A,,  teamster  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  W  s  Shat- 
tuck  nr  Telegraph  av,  Temescal 

Harrison  William,  butcher,  res  NW  cor  Shattuck  and  For- 
ty-fifth 

Harrison  William  P.,  printer  (S.  F.)  res  SE  cor  Seventh  av 
and  East  11th 

Harrod  Joseph,  porter  C.  P.  R.  Ft.,  res  311  Third 

Harrub  W.  B.,  res  N  s  East  14th  nr  Fruit  Yale  av 

Hart  A.,  blacksmith,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 

Hart  George,  broker,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Hart  Henry  W.,  clerk,  res  806  Willow 

Hart  H.  W.  Mrs.,  assistant  teacher  German  English  School, 
res  806  Willow 

Hart  James,  farmer,  res  S  s  Weston  nr  Telegraph  av 

Hart  James,  laborer  Oakland  Gas  Co.,  res  1001  Franklin 

Hart  John,  janitor  South  Hall,  University 

Hart  J.  P.,  deputy  Oakland  Township  Assessor,  res  NE  cor 
Ninth  and  Washington 

Hart  L.  A.,  blacksmith,  res  SW  cor  William  and  Pine 

Hart  Margaret  E.  Miss,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  bet  Edwards 
and  Plymouth  av 

Hart  Richard,  res  SW  cor  Twelfth  av  and  East  17th 

Hart  Thomas,  laborer,  res  416  Seventh 

Hart  — ,  marble  yard,  cor  West  and  Twenty-sixth.  (Infor- 
mation refused.) 

HARTFORD  FIRE  INSURANCE  CO.,  T.  L.  Walker 
agent,  1004  Broadway 

Hartley  Jane,  domestic,  664  Twelfth 

Hartman  G.  Mrs.,  res  719  Linden 

Hartman  Henry,  foreman  shipwright  W.  D.  Co.,  res  NE  cor 
Lewis  and  Fifth 

Hartman  John,  calker  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  1864  Seventh 

Hartman  William,  res  753  Willow 

Hartnett  Maurice,  laborer,  res  409  Seventh 

Harty  Morris,  laborer,  res  822  Twenty-first 

Harve}'  William,  farmer,  res  SE  cor  Campbell  and  Lin- 
coln 

Harwood  Amos,  bootmaker  with  Charles  A.  Broad,  res  1115 
Tenth  av 


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OAKLAND    [  H  ]    DIRECTORY. 


Harwood  William,  wharfinger  Oakland  City  Wharf,  res  272 
Fourth 

Harwood  William  D.,  journalist,  res  272  Fourth 

Haskell  &  Smilie  (Randolph  K.  Haskell  and  Robert  Smilie) 
contractors  and  builders,  813  Castro 

Haskell  O.  P.,  driver  with  William Helmer,  res  1112  Broad- 
way 

Haskell  Randolph  K.  (Haskell  &  Smilie)  res  813  Castro 

Haskell  Samuel,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  Brooklyn  Hotel 

HASKIN  ENOCH  W.,  ticket  agent  C.  P.  R,  R.,  and  mana- 
ger Atlantic  and  Pacific  Telegraph  Co.,  Broadway  sta- 
tion, res  Wilcox  House 

Haskins  Charles,  painter,  res  662  Tenth 

HASKINS  J.  N.,  principal  Golden  Gate  Academy,  N  s 
Hawthorne,  bet  Telegraph  av  and  Broadway 

Haskins  Mary  A.,  matron  Golden  Gate  Academy 

Haslett  Lizzie  Miss,  res  El  Dorado  House 

Hassell  James  J.,  bookkeeper,  res  56  Seventh 

Hassellmann  Charles,  artist  with  Murry  Dunham,  res  Win- 
sor  House 

Hassinger  Samuel  K.,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  611  Sev- 
enteenth 

Hast  Edward  S.,  with  Bank  of  California,  (S.  F.)  res  S  s 
East  16th  bet  Fourth  and  Fifth  aves 

Haste  J.  H.  (Haste  &  Kirk,  S.  F.)  res  !N  s  D wight  way  nr 
Shattuck 

Hastings  Joseph,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Thirteenth  av 
bet  East  14th  and  East  15th 

Haswell  F.  B.,  secretary  The  Central  Land  Co,  954  Broad- 
way, res  N  s  Brown  bet  Telegraph  av  and  Grove 

Hatch  A.  D.,  commission  (S.  F.)  res  857  Myrtle 

Hatch  Alfred,  expressman  with  I.  C.  Wingate,  res  701 
Washington 

Hatch  Charles  E.,  atty-at-law  (S.  F.)  res  857  Myrtle 

Hatch  Edward,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Forty-fifth  nr  Telegraph  av 

Hatch  Emma  F.  Miss,  res  857  Myrtle 

Hatch  Fred.  A.,  ticket  agent  C.  P.  R.  R.,   res  857  Myrtle 

Hatch  Jabez,  bookkeeper  with  E.  Hook,  res  166  Tenth 

Hatch  K.  C,  gardener  with  W.  E.  Miller 

Hatch  Lucy  H.  Miss,  school  teacher  (S.  F.)  res  857  Myrtle 

Hatch  Minnie  L.  Hiss,  res  857  Myrtle 

Hathaway  John  D.,  broker  (S.  F.)  res  SE  cor  Vernon  and 
Maple,  Temescal 

HaultJ.  W.,  bricklayer,  res  Eureka  Hotel 

HAUSCHILDT  HENRY,  boots  and  shoes,  1057  Broadway 

Hausmann  Pauline,  widow,  res  879  Twenty-second 


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OAKLAND     [J]    DIRECTORY.  233 

Haustrauser  John,  carpenter,  res  8  s  Twenty-second  nr 
Linden 

Havarlin  James,  blacksmith  with  B.  Kneale,  res  S  s  Forty- 
third  nr  Telegraph  av 

Haven  James  M.  (Gray  &  Haven,  S.  F.)  atty-at-law,  res  N  s 
East  33d  nr  Fifteenth  av,  Lynn 

Havens  Albert  W.,  secretary  Con.  Virginia  Mining  Co.  (S. 
F.)  res  1217  Castro 

Havens  CD.,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Havens  Charles  D.,  insurance  (S.  F.)  res  N  s  Eighth  bet 
Adeline  and  Linden 

Havens  Fred.,  student,  res  Ns  Eighth  bet  Adeline  and  Lin- 
den 

Havens  Henry  H.  (J.  F.  &  H.  H.  Havens)  atty-at-law,  1069 
Broadway,  res  1057  Washington 

Havens  Henry  B.,  student  University,  res  Blake  House 

Havens  J.  F.  (J.  F.  &  H.  H.  Havens)  atty-at-law,  1069 
Broadway,  res  Eighteenth  bet  Castro  and  Brush 

Havens  J.  F.  &  H.  H.,  attys-at-law,  1069  Broadway 

Haverkorn  Antone,  cigar  manufacturer,  res  379  Fourth 

Havey  James,  laborer,  res  832  Twenty-ninth 

Hawes  B.  C,  insurance,  317  California  (S.  F.)  res  1119  Jef- 
ferson 

Hawes  George  H.,  salesman  Manhattan  Marble  Co.,  res  763 
Eighth 

Hawes  George  H.,  clerk,  res  763  Eighth 

Hawes  Jacob,  fruit,  store  and  res  685  East  12th 

Hawes  Madison,  res  NW  cor  Twentieth  av  and  East  14th 

Hawes  Oliver,  insurance,  323  California  (S.  F.)  res  1119  Jef- 
ferson 

Hawkett  Arthur  W.,  mining,  res  E  s  Wood  nr  Eighth 

Hawkett  William  G.,  general  merchandise,  1766  Seventh,  res 
Wood  nr  Eighth 

Hawkins  C.  F.,  broker,  res  East  14th  nr  Twenty-second  av 

Hawkins  Charles  B.,  tailor  with  Edward  Francoz,  res  831 
Franklin 

Hawkins  E.  E.,  blindmaker  Grove-st.  Planing  Mill 

Hawkins  Edward,  laborer,  res  519  Second 

Hawkins  Leander  L.,  instructor  mathematics  and  surveying, 
University 

Hawkins  L.  Stephen,  butcher,  res  810  Park 

Hawkins  Thomas,  blacksmith  (S.  F.)  res  W  s  Willow  nr 
Thirteenth 

Hawkins  Walter  L.,  real  estate,  res  S  s  Goss  nr  Pine 

Hawkins  — ,  brakeman  C.  P.  B.  B. 

Hawley  Calvin  H.,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  1669  Seward 


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Hawley  C.  J.,  grocer  (S.  F.)  res  1118  Seventh  av 

Hawley  Clara  Miss,  teacher  Grove-st.  School,  res  754  Tenth 

Hawley  Eugene  W.,  student  University 

Hawley  Jacob  C.  (Falk,  Chandler  &  Co.  and  Harrington  & 

Co.,  S.  F.)  res  Knox  pi 
Hawley  Levi  H.,  hardware  (S.  F.)  res  NE  cor  Telegraph 

and  Hawthorne  avs 
Hawley  Mary  A.  Miss,  student  University 
Hawson  Samuel,  salesman  with  Geo.  M.  Wood  &  Co.  (S.  F.) 

res  NW  cor  Twelfth  and  West 
Hawthorn  Joseph,  moulder,  res  1308  Seventh 
Hay  Lee,  laundry,  815  East  12th 

Hay  den  Edward,  mustard  manufacturer,  res  NW  cor  Harri- 
son and  Sixth 
Hayden  James,  laborer  C.  P.  K.  E.,  res  732  Filbert 
Hayes  A.  Mrs.,  ladies'  employment  office,  460  Twelfth,  res 

E  s  Broadway  nr  Twentieth 
Hayes,  Carrick  &  Co.  (Henry  Hayes,  D.  S.  Carrick  and  F. 

Hostetter)  wholesale  butchers,  office  655  East  12th 
Hayes  Charles  D.,  jeweler  (S.  F.)  res  cor  Brooklyn  and  Wat- 
son 
Hayes  Daniel,  proprietor  Mechanics'  Home,  S  s  William  bet 

Pine  and  Cedar- 
Hayes  D.  E.,  foundry  (S.  F.)  res  923  Linden 
Hayes  Frederick,  watchmaker  California  Watch  Co.,  res  SW 

cor  University  av  and  Sixth,  W.  B. 
Hayes  Henry  (Hayes,  Carrick  &  Co.)  655  East  12th 
Hayes  John,  clerk  with  J.  J.  O'Brien  &  Co.,  res  E  s  Broad- 
way nr  Twentieth 
Hayes  John,  marblecutter,  res  1510  Third 
Hayes  John  B.,  gardener,  res  1520  Broadway 
Hayes  John  H.,  res  East  22d  nr  Twenty-sixth  av 
Hayes  John  W.,  salesman  with  Charles  L.  Taylor,  res  Ala- 
meda 
Hayes  Matthew,   salesman  with  J.   J.  O'Brien  &  Co.,  res 

Grand  Central  Hotel 
Hayes  Michael, '"groceries,  store  and  res  SW  cor  Market  and 

Fifth 
HAYES  PATRICK,  wines  and  liquors,  SE  cor  Broadway 

Fourth 
Hayes  Thomas,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  568  Sixteenth 
Hayes  Thomas  Mrs.,  dress  and  cloakmaker,  res  568  Sixteenth 
Hayes  Thomas  B.  (Main  &  Winchester,  S.  F.)  res  SW  cor 

Market  and  Twelfth 
Hayn  Richard,  musician,  res  761  Grove 
Haynes  Benj.,  real  estate,  res  SW  cor  Sixth  av  and  East  20th 


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OAKLAND     [H]    DIRECTORY.  235 

Haynes  M.  B.,  civil  engineer  with  Thompson  &  West,  res  1313 

Broadway 
Haynes  William,  miner,  res  NW  cor  San  Pablo  av  and  Del- 
aware, W.  B. 
Haynes  O.  Mrs.,  res  590  Brown 

Haynes  Willis  P.  (W.  P.  Haynes  &  Co.)  1106  Broadway 

HAYNES  W.  P.    &  CO.  (William  P.   Haynes  and  H.   B. 

McCormick)  Oakland  House  and  Room  Renting  Agency, 

1106  Broadway 

Hays  Edwin  B.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Eighteenth  nr  Cypress 

Hays  Wade,  res  515  Tenth  H 

Hay  ward  O.  E.,  fruits,  res  N  s  William  bet  Bay  and  Cedar       — 

HAYWOOD  ROBERT  E.,  boarding,  1069  Fourteenth  av         g 

Hazelton  Edward  A.,  tinner  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Evoy     Jjj 

av  and  Lusk  ^ 

Head  Anna  Miss,  student  University  © 

Head  Edward  F.,  atty-at-law  (S.  F.)  res  210  Seventh  g 

Head  Eliza  C    Mrs.,  principal  French  and  English  School, 

1109  Twelfth,  res  210  Seventh 
Head  John  H.,  civil  engineer,  res  765  Jackson 
Headrick  E.  C,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Heal  Jacob,  tailor,  res  1010  Third 
Heald  Allen,  res  1120  Ninth  av 

Healey  James,  laborer,  res  W  s  Myrtle  bet  First  and  Third 
Healing  James,  painter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  N  s  Third  nr  Lewis 
HEALTH  OFFICE,  L.  H.  Gary  health  officer,  George  H. 

Carleton  inspector,  City  Hall 
Healy  David  J.,  law  student  with  Van  Voorhies  &  Brearty, 

res  252  Twelfth 
Healy  F.,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 
Healy  Jesse,  manufacturer  paint,  res  718  Seventh 
Healy  John  H.,  manufacturer  paint,  res  718  Seventh 
Healy  Morris  J.,  merchant  tailor,  1056  Broadway,  res  262 

Twelfth 
Healy  Patrick,   car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Railroad  Ex- 
change Hotel 
Heath  Daniel  L.,  artist,  res  E  s  Cedar  bet  Goss  and  Short 
Heath  F.  F.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  W  s  Eighth  nr  University 

av,  W.  B. 
Heath  Frank  F.  (Wright  &  Heath)  res  W  s  Eighth  nr  Uni- 
versity av,  W.  B. 
Heath  Frank  W.,  clerk,  res  514  Tenth 
Heath  Georgia  B.  Mrs.,  res  514  Tenth 
Heath  James,  res  SW  cor  Thirteenth  and  Willow 
Heath  James  A.,  ship  chandler  (S.  F.)  res  812  Fifteenth 
Heaton  W.  G.,  res  1225  Webster 


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236    '  OAKLAND     [  H  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Hebard  H.  A.,  deputy  collector  Internal  Revenue  (S.  F.) 

res  W  s  Broadway  nr  Twentieth 
Hebberd  Asa  W.,  carpenter,  res  Treraont  House 
Hebberd   A.    W.    Mrs.,    dress   and    cloakmaker,    Tremont 

House,  room  14 
Heckert  Henry,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  S  s  Seward  bet 

Peralta  and  Campbell 
Heckman  Francis,    shoemaker  with    I.    Alexander,   res  855 

Harrison 
Heckman  Richard  J.,  res  612J  East  12th 
Heckman  Thomas,  butcher,  309  East  12th 
Heddle  Mary,  widow,  boarding  and  lodging,  503  Ninth 
Hedges  Charles  H.,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Hediger  Samuel,  bartender  Teutonia  Hall,  res  416  Eighth 
Hedrech  John  F.,  brewer  Oakland  Brewery 
Hee  Lee  (Chinese)  laundry,  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Temescal 

Creek 
Heenan  Dennis,  laborer,  res  1054  Franklin 
Heeney   Michael,    farmer,    E   s   San   Pablo    av  nr  Baxter 

Station 
Heffron  Katie,  domestic,  1019  Filbert 
Hefty  Matthias,   carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  806 

Franklin 
Heidet  Emil  N.,  clerk  with  B.  V.  Reichenberg,  res  SE  cor 

Ninth  and  Clay 
Heimbold  Julius  F.,  contractor,  res  1411  Franklin 
Heims  Adeline  Miss,  nurse,  513  Tenth 
Hein  George,  cigar  manufacturer,  319  Seventh 
Heine  Adolph,  candy  manufacturer,  cor  Eighth  and  Ches- 
ter 
Heinemann  Oscar,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Heinon  Fannie,  nurse,  Blake  House 
Heinze  August,  upholsterer,  res  707  Broadway 
Heir  Henry,  baker  with  Emil  "Wolff,  1836  Seventh 
Helcher  Emily  Mrs.,  housekeeper,  S  s  Tenth  bet  Cypress 

and  Center 
HELD    &    NELLER   (Justus   Held   and  Leopold  Neller) 

wines,  liquors,  cigars  and  billiards,  1226  Broadway 
Held  Ernest,  barber  and  baths,  Grand   Central  Hotel,  res 

1577  Broadway 
Held  George,  barber,  res  459  Twenty-second 
Held  George,  res  Fifteenth  bet  Broadway  and  Franklin 
Held  Justus  (Held  &  Neller)  res  1666  Telegraph  av 
Helleker  Peter,  laborer,  res  812  East  12th 
Hellerman  C.  H.,  tailor  with  John  Carter,  res  317  Eleventh 
Helme  —  Mrs.,  res  Blake  House 


PIEDMONT  SPRINGS AN  E; 


3  miles  from  Oakland.        A.  D.  WHITNEY, Propr. 


Eureka  Refrigerator  the  best,  at  Gordon's,  469  Ninth  street. 


OAKLAND     [  H  ]    DIHECTORY.  237 

HELMER  WILLIAM,  undertaker  and  Count}'  Coroner, 
1112  Broadway,  res  410  Thirteenth 

Helnike  &  Brunje  (Conrad  Helmke  and  John  A.  Brunje) 
gr/oceries  and  liquors,  NW  cor  Twenty-first  and  Broad- 
way 

Helmke  Conrad  (Helmke  &  Brunje)  res  463  Twenty-first 

Helms  Lewis  G.,   waiter,  res  715  Fourth 

Hemphill  Charles  F.,  lather,  res  759  Sixth 

Hemphill  Charlotte  Miss,  res  759  Sixth 

Hemphill  Ion,  carpenter,  res  759  Sixth 

Hemphill  Lewis,  lather,  res  759  Sixth 

Hemphill  Uriah,  baker,  res  759  Sixth 

Hempstead  James  E.,  paper  decorator,  765  Jackson 

HEMPSTEAD  W.  C.  F.,  Homeopathist,  1004  Broadway, 
res  765  Jackson 

Henchman  Charles,  res  612J  East  12th 

Henderson  David  M.,  clerk  with  Sather  &  Co.  (S.  F.)  res 
N  s  Walton  nr  West 

Henderson  D.  D.,  carriage  painter  (S.  F.)  res  1662  Eighth 

Henderson  H.  L.,  teacher  Golden  Gate  Academy 

Henderson  John  H.,  student  University 

Henderson  L.,  carpenter,  res  cor  Twenty-first  av  and  East 
33d 

Henderson  M.  F.,  carpenter,  res  960  Clay 

Henderson  P.  H.,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co. 

Henderson  Thomas  H.,  secretary  Benton  Coal  Co.,  res  767 
Alice 

Henderson  T.  N.,  patternmaker  W.  D.  Co.,  res  S  s  Twenty- 
fifth  bet  Telegraph  av  and  Broadway 

Henderson  William  H  ,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Henderson  — ,  laborer,  res  Overland  House    . 

Hendley  Martin,  laborer  Oakland  Gas  Co.,  res  836  Franklin 

Hendry  Robert  Mrs.,  res  cor  Washington  and  Tenth 

Hendry  TV  atson,  clerk,  res  SW  cor  Washington  and  Tenth 

Heney  Timothy,  laborer,  res  772  Fifth 

HENKEN  J.  P.,  wines  and  liquors,  saloon  and  res  SE  cor 
East  14th  and  Eighteenth  av 

Henley  Alexander,  sashmaker  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res  365 
Second 

Henley  John,  salesman  with  Mellis  Bros.,  res  Grove  bet 
Ninth  and  Tenth 

Henley  William,  physician,  res  365  Second 

Henley  William  Mrs.,  res  cor  Forty-ninth  and  Telegraph  av, 
Temescal 

Henley  W.  N.,  speculator,  res  SW  cor  Seventh  and  Har- 
rison 


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238  OAKLAND     [  H  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Henlon  John,  baker,  res  656  Myrtle 

Hennell  Abbie  M.,  widow,  res  955  Fifth  av 

Hennessey  William,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res   Seventh  nr 

the  point 
Hennessy  John,  laborer,  res  cor  Fifth  and  Filbert 
Hennessy  John,  res  NW  cor  Cedar  and  Seventh 
Hennessy  Morris,  currier  (S.  F.)  res  F  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and 

Cedar 
Hennig  Frederick,  gardener    with    J.   Hutchison,   res   cor 

Bay  pi  and  Telegraph  av 
Hennigan  Annie,  domestic  with  William  De  Fremery 
Henning  A.,  laborer,  res  Overland  House 
Henning  John,  blacksmith,  res  708  Franklin 
Henning  John  B.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Willow  nr  Lincoln 
Henninger  Frederick,  shoemaker,  1309  San  Pablo  av 
HENNINGER  JOHN,    proprietor  Grand   Western    Hotel 

restaurant,  1756  Seventh 
Hennings  Martin,   clerk   C.   P.   R.   P.,    res  Campbell  and 

Fourteenth 
Henrich  Antone,   clerk  with  Muller  &  Steffanoni,  res  923 

Broadway 
Henon  William,  bricklayer,  res  819  Twenty-second 
Henrioulle    Louis,   millhand  (S.    F.)  res  cor  Liberty   and 

Clifton,  N.  Temescal 
HENRY  ASHMUN    C,  President   Union   National    Gold 

Bank,  res  W  s  Harrison  bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth 
Henry  George  S.,   money  broker,   907  Broadway,   res  W  s 

Harrison  nr  Fourteenth 
Henry  Harry,  waiter  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 
Henry  James  M.,  res  N  s  East  10th  bet  Eighth  and  Ninth  avs 
Henry  L.  Mrs.,  res  476  Twelfth 

Henry  Michael,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R..  res  Oakland  Wharf 
Henseler  Annie,  widow,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry, 

res  cor  Logan  and  Market 
Henseler  Josie,  nurse,  SW  cor  Eighth  and  Wood 
Henseler  Lizzie,  with  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Henseler  Louisa,  nurse,  SW  cor  Grove  and  Walton 
Hensey  Samnel,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Grand  Western 

Hotel 
Henshaw  E.   T.,   bookkeeper  with   Taylor  &   Co.,  res  941 

Myrtle 
Henshaw  Frederick  W.,  student  University,   res  941  Myrtle 
Henshaw  Sarah  E.,  res  941  Myrtle 
Henton  Griffith,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Weston 

av 
Heppner  Philip,  cigars  and  tobacco,  831  Broadway 


A  tatifnl  Summer  Home— PIEDMONT  SPRINGS 


THREE  MILES  FROM 
OAKLAND. 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon  delivers  Ice,  Soda  and  Cider.     Depot,  469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND    [  H  ]    DIRECTORY.  239 

Herbst  August,  carpenter,  res  667  Fifth 

Herd  John,  commission  merchant  (S.  F.)  res  NE  cor  Mer- 
rimac  pi  and  Telegraph  av 

Herget  Emil  W.,  carpenter,  res  821  Seventeenth 

Herget  Harry,  stableman  Fashion  Livery  Stable 

Hering  Lenhardt,  blacksmith  with  J.  Gownanlock,  res  708 
Franklin 

Herlihy  Daniel,  horseshoer  with  T.  D.  Weymouth,  res  360 
Ninth 

Herlihy  Kate,  domestic,  NE  cor  Eighteenth  and  Filbert 

Herman  John,  harnessmaker  with  James  Lentell,  res  Golden 
Star  Hotel 

Hernias  R.,  teacher  music,  res  1273  San  Pablo  av 

Hernon  Lettie,  chambermaid  Knox  House 

Hern  William,  res  410  Tenth 

HERON  &  SESSIONS  (E.  A.  Heron  and  George  W.  Ses- 
sions) real  estate  agents,  422  Twelfth 

Heron  E.  A.  (Heron  &  Sessions)  res  1104  Broadway 

Heron  Kate,  nurse,  SW  cor  Chappell  and  University  av,  B. 

Herr  Edward,  driver  Fashion  Livery  Stables 

Herreher  Mary,  widow,  res  1319  Twelfth 

Herrick  A.  H.  clerk,  res  1551  Seventh 

Herrick  E.  M.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  E  s  Elm  nr  Haw- 
thorn av 

Herrick  S.  W.  with  U.  S.  Mint  (S.  F.)  res  E  s  Wood  nr 
Willow 

Herrick  William  F.,  accountant  Commercial  Insurance  Co. 
(S.  F.)  res  1021  Twelfth 

Herriott  George,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  1027  Chester 

Hersey  Anna  Mrs.,  res  473  Fourth 

Hersey  C.  S'  machinist,  res  915  Seventh^ 

Hersey  Edgar  A.  (Ives  Scoville  &  Co.)  res  473  Fourth 

Hershberg  Leon  (Leon  Hershberg  &  Co.)  res  cor  Eighth 
and  Washington 

HERSHBERG  LEON  &  CO.  (Leon  Hershberg  and  I.  D. 
Ryttenberg)  wines  and  liquors,  NW  cor  Eighth  and 
Washington 

Hertz  Leon,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Hervagault  Mrs.,  res  NE  cor  Ninth  and  Peralta 

Heryford  James,  tinner  with  J.  C.  Bullock,  res  Goss  bet 
Pine  and  Cedar 

Hess  Mary  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  res  1827  Seventh,  rear 

Hess  William  F.,  salesman,  res  473  Eleventh 

Hesse  Frederick  G.,  professor  Industrial  Mechanics'  Uni- 
versity, res  801  Jackson 

Hessler  Lewis,  hostler,  res  Oakland  Trotting  Park 


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24  0  OAKLAND     [  H  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Hesthal  August,   bartender  Globe  Billiard  Parlor,  res  SE 

cor  Ninth  and  Washington 
Hetherington  J.  W.,  carpenter,  res  1669  Seward 
Heverin  Patrick,  laborer,  res  862  Twentj'-first 
Hewes  Charles,  traveling  agent,  res  SW  cor  Grove  and  Thir- 
tieth 
Hewett  E.  W.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  856  Henry 
Hewett  Mira  S.   Miss,   teacher  Temescal  School,   res   W  s 

Filbert  nr  Twenty-eighth 
Hewett  Moses  D.,  res  1014  Webster 
Hewitt  —  ,  carpenter,  res  Oakland  House 
Hews  Robert,  laundrvman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
HEYER  &  SMITH  '(H.   Heyer  and  J.    Smith)'  wines  and 

liquors,  842  Broadway 
Heyer  B.  W.  real  estate,  res  N  s  Taylor  nr  Peralta 
Hever  Carl,  gardener,  cor  Eighth  and  Jefferson 
Heyer  H.  (Heyer  &  Smith)  1059  Franklin 
Heyman  P.  (A.  Biedenweg  &  Co.)  res  521  Fourth 
Heywood  Charles  W.,  teamster  with  Z.   B.  Heywood  &  Co., 

res  NW  cor  Fourth  and  Delaware,  W.  B. 
Heywood  Franklin   (Z.  B.   Heywood  &   Co.)  res  NW  cor 

Fourth  and  Delaware,  W.  B. 
Heywood  Samuel,  foreman  with  Z.  B.   Heywood  &  Co.,  res 

E  s  Second  bet  Delaware  and  Bristol,  W.  B. 
Hevwood  Walter  M.,  clerk  with  Z.   B.  Heywood  &  Co.,  res 

N  s  Delaware  bet  Third  and  Fourth,  W.  B. 
Hevwood  William  B.  (Z.  B.  Hevwood  &  Co.)  res  NE  cor 

*  Bristol  and  Fifth,  W.  B. 
Hevwood  Z.  B.  (Z.  B.  Heywood  &  Co.)  res  1519  Polk,S.  F. 
HEYWOOD  Z.  B.  &  CO.'(Z.  B.,  William  B.  and  Franklin 

Heywood)   wholesale  and  retail  lumber,   W    s  Second 

bet  Bristol  and  Delaware,  W.  B. 
Hezlep  A.  A.,  widow,  res  40o  East  14th 
Hi  Ung,  laundry  (Chinese)  SW  cor  Castro  and  Fifth 
Hi  Wah  (Chinese)  laundry,  718  Myrtle 
Hibberd  P.  S.,  foreman  stair  department  Oakland  Planing 

Mill,  res  609  Fourth 
Hibernia  Hall,  SE  cor  Fourth  and  Broadwav 
HICKEY  &  PAUL  (Lawrence  F.  Hickey  and  John  H.  Paul) 

carpet  beating,  S  s  Thirteenth  bet  Franklin  and  Webster 
Hickey  Andrew,  laborer,  res  NE  cor  Fifth  and  Jackson 
Hickey  John,  laborer  C.  P.  B.  R. 
Hickey  John,  teamster  Oakland  Lumber  Yard,  res  N  s  Spring 

nr  San  Pablo  av 
Hickey  Lawrence  F.  (Hickey  &  Paul)  res  NE  cor  Fifth  and 

Jackson 


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J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Eastern  Cider  Company,  469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND    [  H  ]    DIRECTORY. 


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Hickey  Patrick,  watchman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  E  s  Fifth  av  bet 

East  15th  and  East  16th 
Hickey  Patrick  F.,  carpenter,  res  770  Fifth 
Hickey  Thomas,  plasterer,  res  St.  Louis  House 
Hickish  Joseph,  shoemaker,  res  353  Sixth 
Hickman  Isaac,  blacksmith  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Hicks  Gallatine  F.  student  University 
Hickson  Edward,  res  S  s  Eighteenth  nr  West 
Hicox  John  H.,  freight  clerk  Oakland  Wharf,  res  cor 

and  Turk,  S.  F. 
Higby  William,  atty-at-law  (S.  F.)  res  1303  Chestnut 
Higgins  Annie,  domestic,  NE  cor  Telegraph  av  and  Cleve- 
land 
Higgins  Annie  N.,  housekeeper,  NE  cor  Telegraph  av  and 

Linden 
Higgins  Bernard,  milkman,  res  823  Sixteenth 
Higgins  Bridget,  widow,  res  1001  Franklin 
Higgins  Dennis,  laborer,  res  870  Lydia 
HIGGINS  JAMES,  proprietor  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel,  N 

s  University  av  bet  Second  and  Third,  W.  B. 
Higgins  James  F.,  clerk  with  James  S.  Higgins,  res  W  s  San 

Pablo  av  nr  Delaware,  W.  B. 
Higgins  James  S.,  grocer  and  postmaster  West  Berkeley, 
office  and  res  SW  cor  Delaware  and  San  Pablo  av,  W.  B. 
Higgins  John,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Ettie  nr  B 
Higgins  Michael,  farmer,  cor  Higgins  road  and  San  Pablo  av, 

W.  B. 
Higgins  Roger,  laborer,   C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  W  s  Willow  bet 

William  and  Atlantic 
Higgins  Sarah,  domestic,  NE  cor  Harrison  and  Eighth 
Higgs  Henry,  carpenter,  res  660  Myrtle 
High  William  H.,  mining  superintendent,  res  Ss  Thirteenth 

nr  Castro 
High  William  H.  jr.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  S  s  Thirteenth 

nr  Castro 
Hildreth  Geo.  W.,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  574  East  14th 
Hilgard  Eugene  W.,    professor  Agriculture   University,  res 

S  s  Bancroft  way  nr  Audubon,  B. 
Hilkert  John  P.,  foreman  W.  D.  Co.,  res  909  Washington 
Hill  Abel,  laborer,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 
Hill  Alfred,  expressman  with  I.  C.  Wingate,  res  701  Wash- 


ington 


Hill  Andrew  P.,  artist,  475  Ninth,  res  Myrtle  bet  Ninth  and 

Tenth 
Hill   Arthur   B.,  clerk   Golden    Gate   Flour  Mills,  res  W  s 

Ninth  av  nr  East  24th 


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Hill  Charles  B.,  steward,  res  715  Fourth 

Hill  Henry  B.,  carpenter,  res  NE  corner  Eleventh  and  Center 

Hill  James  T.,  superintendent  Union  Island,  res  162  Second 

Hill  J.  H.,  carpenter,  res  269  Second 

Hill  Joel  F.,  clerk  with  Whittier,  Fuller  &  Co.,  res  306  Tenth 

Hill  John,  carpenter,  res  NW  cor  Twenty-eighth  and  Market 

Hill  John,  marble  cutter  Amador  Marble  Works,  res  162 

Second 
Hill  John  W.,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  909  Fifth 
Hill  Mark  T.,  boot  and  shoemaker,  716  Broadway,  res  162 

Second 
Hill  P.,  cook,  res  217  Sixth 
Hill  Samuel,  blacksmith,  res  162  Second 
Hill  Stephen,  boot  and  shoemaker  with  M.  T.  Hill,  res  162 

Second 
Hill  Thomas,  blacksmith,  C.  P.  K.  K.,  res  162  Second 
Hill  Thomas,  groceries  and   liquors,  store  and  res  NW  cor 

East  14th  and  Nineteenth  av 
Hill  William,  res  W  s  Adeline  nr  Twenty-sixth 
Hill  William  H.,  carpenter,  res  1559  Seventh 
Hillam  James,  plasterer,  res  S  s  Fifteenth  bet  Cypress  and 

Kirkham 
Hillebrand  Henry,  res  1511  Broadway 

Hillegass  Marie  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Bancroft  way  nr  Humboldt,  B. 
Hillegass  William  (Shattuck  &  Hillegass)  res  N  s  Bancroft 

way  nr  Humboldt,  B. 
Hillier   Theodore,  blacksmith  C.   P.  R.   R.,   res  Cedar  nr 

Seventh 
Hilling  Henry,  paperhanger  and  decorator  with  Charles  L. 

Taylor,  res  376  Durant 
Hills  J.  F.,  expressman,  res  306  Tenth 
Hilton  D.  R.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  366  Eighth 
Hilton  M.  A.  Miss,  dressmaker,  Centennial  Block 
Hilton  Stephen,  school  teacher,  res  East  22d  nr  Thirteenth  av 
Himmelreich  Jacob,   dyer  with  Edward  Francoz,   res  210 

Washington,  S.  F. 
Hincheon  John,  sawyer  Enterprise  Mill,  res  555  Broadway 
Hinckley  D.  B.,  foundry,  res  Fruit  Vale  av 
Hinckley  N.  N.,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Magnolia  nr  Seventh 
Hindman  E.,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Hinds  Firman  D.,  bookkeeper  with  Burnham,  Standeford  & 

Co.,  res  NW  cor  Castro  and  Sixth 
Hines  John,  laborer   res  SW  cor  B  and  Ettie 
Hines  Michael,  laborer,  res  515  East  14th 
Hines  Thomas,  laborer  with  James  Larue,  res  Mansion  House 
Hinkley  John  L.,  engineer,  res  cor  B  and  Railroad  crossing 


DICnfyHlPJT    UniXI    HAS  BEEN  THOROUGHLY  RENOVATED,  and  now  offers 
riLUmUfl  I     Hll  8  LL  great  attractions  to  the  public  as  a  POPULAR  RESORT. 


Napa  Soda  is  recommended  by  physicians  for  healthful  drinking. 


OAKLAND    [H]    DIRECTORY.  243 

Hinkley  N.  N.,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co. 

Hinrichs  &  Conway  (Charles  Hinrichs  and  George  Conway) 
groceries  and  provisions,  W  s  Kirkham  bet  Tenth  and 
Eleventh 

Hinrichs  Charles  (Hinrichs  &  Conway)  res  W  s  Kirkham 
bet  Tenth  and  Eleventh 

Hinz  Carl,  toolmaker  (S.  F.)  res  1358  Eighth 

Hirshbanm  — ,  cigars,  res  477  Eighth 

HIRSHBERG  &  GREENBAUM  (Samuel  Hirshberg  and 
Lewis  Greenbaum)  clothing  and  furnishing  goods,  875 
Broadway 

Hirshberg  &  Morrison  (Leopold  Hirshberg  and  Parker  M. 
Morrison)  boots  and  shoes,  110H  Broadway 

Hirshberg  David  S.  (Farwell  &  Hirshberg)  res  414  Four- 
teenth 

Hirshberg  Leopold  (Hirshberg  &  Morrison)  res  1101 J 
Broadway 

Hirshberg  Samuel  (Hirshberg  &  Greenbaum)  res  414  Four- 
teenth 

Hitchcock  Charles  N.,  engineer  University,  res  E  s  Shat- 
tuck  nr  D wight  way,  B. 

Hitchcock  Chester,  res  Webster  nr  Moss  av 

Hitchcock  Harry  E.,  contractor  and  builder,  res  1355  Frank- 
lin 

HITCHCOCK  W.  F.,  insurance  agent,  958  Broadway,  res 
Alameda 

Hitchcock  William  B.,  woodturner  Oakland  Point  Planing 
Mill,  res  Overland  House 

Hoag  Albert  B.,  windmills  (S.  F.)  res  W  s  Campbell  nr  Sew- 
ard 

Hoag  Charles  P.,  Eclipse  Wind  Mill  (S.  F.)  res  W  s  Camp- 
bell nr  Seward 

Hoag  Don,  expressman,  res  510  Fourth 

Hoag  Frank  C,  machinist,  res  510  Fourth 

Hoag  Jonathan,  res  987  Campbell 

Hoag  Joseph  W.  Mrs.,  res  510  Fourth 

Hoare  Maurice,  pedlar,  res  365  Tenth 

Hobart  John  A.,  real  estate,  res  S  s  Hobart  nr  San  Pablo  av 

Hobart  Joseph  B.,  groceries  and  produce,  store  and  res  628 
East  12th 

Hobart  John  R.,  res  E  s  Fifth  av  bet  East  15th  and  East  16th 

Hobbs  Clarence  L.,  clerk  with  Royal  I.  Auld,  res  NE  cor 
Seventh  and  Webster 

Hobbs  L.  M.,  plasterer,  res  1355  Franklin 

Hobson  George,  driver  Broadway  and  Piedmont  R.  R.,  res 
Webster  nr  Moss  av 


PII  RFRT  £  H1SNTFR  REaL  ESTATE  AND  'nsurance  agents. 


Office.  224  Montgomery  st.,  S.  F.,  or  Park  st.,  Alameda. 


WOODWARD  &  TAGGART  have  FARMS  and  RANCHES  for  Sale. 

244  OAKLAND     [2]    DIRECTORY. 

Hobson  Marie  E.,  res  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Center 
Hobby  Julia,  assistant  with  Edward  Francoz,  res  E  s  Frank- 
lin nr  Sixth 
Hochkofler  Budolph,  commission  merchant  (S.  F.)  res  NE 

cor  Alice  and  Durant 
Hodes  August,  barber  with   Classon  &  Trost,  res  cor  Sev- 
enth and  Franklin 
Hodgdon  Hartwell,  expressman  with  Steere  &  Colby,  res 

SE  cor  Thirteenth  av  and  East  12th 
Hodgdon  John,  res  1109  Tenth  av 

Hodges  George,  millwright  (S.  F.)  res  S  s  Lincoln  nr  Wood 
Hodgin  Frank,  switchman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  869  Campbell 
Hodgkiss  George,  mining,  res  N  s  West  8th  bet  Adeline  and 

Union 
Hoebner  Charles,  mining,  res  802  Grove 
Hoeck  Jacob,  student  University 
Hoenisch  Alexander,  upholsterer  with  F.   Barker,  res  470 

Eighth 
Hofeld  Edward,  teacher  music,  res  1511  Broadway 
Hoffman  Louis,  driver  Felton  Hose  Cart,  res  466  Sixth 
Hoffmann  John  D.,  instructor  drawing  University,  res  Pago- 
da Hill 

i  Fiii  Insurance  ism. 

No.  958  BROADWAY. 


Lancashire  Insurance  Co. 

CAPITAL,  -  -  MANCHESTER,  ENGLAND.  -  -  $10,000,000 

German  American  Insurance  Co. 

CASH  CAPITAL,  $1,000,000;    -    NEW  YORK.    -    -      ASSETS,   $3,300,000 

Faneuil  Hall  Insurance  Co. 

CASH  CAPITAL,   $500,000;    -    BOSTON,  MASS.    -      -      ASSETS,  $750,000 

Citizens  Insurance  Co. 

CASH  CAPITAL,   $300,000;    -    ST.  LOUIS,  MO.     -      -      ASSETS,  $430,000 


LOSSES  HONORABLY  ADJUSTED  and  Promptly  Paid  in  U.S.GOLD  COIN 

W.  P.  HITCHCOCK,  Agent. 

ro?lT  GOLDEN  GATE  and  the  BAY «™  PIEDMONT  SPRINGS. 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Napa  Soda  Springs,  469  Ninth  street. 


OAKLAND     [H]    DIRECTORY.  245 

Hoffmann  Theodore  C.  (T.  C.  Hoffman  &  Co.,  S.  F.)  res  N 

s  University  ay,  nr  Shattuck,  B. 
Hoffsclmeider   William  (Jos.  Winterburn  &  Co.,  S.  F.)  res 

cor  Putnam  and  Fruit  Vale  county  road 
Hoiling  Fred  ,  jeweler  (S.  F.)  res  S  s  Seward  bet  Wood  and 

Willow 
Hogan  Edward,  gardener,  res  N  s  Wrilliam  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Hogan  Edward  W.,  clerk  W.  F.  &  Co's  express,  res   221 

Second 
Hogan  James  R-,  laborer  Oakland  Gas  Co.,  res  416  Fourth 
Hogan  James  T.,  milk  dairy,  N  s  Frederick  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Hogan  Michael,  shoemaker,  res  E  s  Union  nr  Thirty-second 
Hogan  Patrick,  blacksmith,  res  562  Fourth 
Hogan  Thomas,  res  N  s  Taylor  nr  Pine 
Hogan  Thomas  G.,  merchant  (S.  F.)  res  1133  Filbert 
Hogarty  James  D.,  bootmaker  with  John  Baker,  res  Eagle 

House 
HOGARTY  JOSEPH  B.,  livery  and  sale  stable  and  veterin- 

•    ary  surgeon,  1068  Thirteenth  av 
Holbrook  H.  P.,  res  Webster  nr  Moss  av 
Holbrook  Stephen  G.,  lumberman,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr 

Fort}r-second 
Holcomb  Charles  N.,  carriages  (S.  F.)  res  cor  Brush  and 

Eighth 
Holcomb  H.  A.  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Locust  nr  Telegraph  av 
Holcomb  Myron  T.,  clerk  with  D.  J.  Outram,  res  SW  cor 

Jefferson  and  Seventeenth 
Holcomb  W.  A.,  res  Blake  House 
Holcomb  W.  B.,  lumber,  cor  Market  and  Spear  (S.   F.)  res 

114  Eleventh 
Holden  John,  res  Webster  nr  First 
HOLDEN  JOHN  H.  (Belhumeur  &  Holden)  and  proprietor 

National  Brewery  Depot,  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Eighth, 

res  374  Tenth 
Holdstrand  N.,  tinsmith  with  J.  G.  Anderson 
Holdsworth  Bennett,  carpenter  C.  P.  K.  R.,  res  N  s  Locust 

nr  Valley 
Holiday  John  M.,  glove  manufacturer,  res  415  East  12th 
Holladay  Peter,  pilot,  r.  NE  cor  Seventh  and  Harrison 
Hollahan  James,  res  N  s  Third  bet  Castro  and  Brush 
Holland  A.  F.,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  662  Fifth 
Holland  Daniel  D.  (Holland  &  Ruppell,  S.  F.)  res  574  Six- 
teenth 
HOLLAND  DENNIS,   saloon,    hand-ball  alley  and  racket 

court,  918  Franklin 
Holland  Elizabeth  Mrs.,  res  1302  Webster 


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Office.  224  Montgomery  st.,  S.  F.,  or  Park  St..  Alameda. 


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"og     Holland  Henry  A. ,  clerk  with  Peter  Baker,  res  267  Sixth 

Holland  James,  laborer,  res  812  Brush 

Holland  John,  laborer,  res  764  Brush 
©     Holland  John  C,  plasterer,  res  267  Sixth 

Holland    Margaret,    widow,     res  Curtis   bet     Twenty-first 
and  Twenty-second 

Holland  Orlando  S.,  city  agent  Alameda  Branch  Home  Mu- 
ks  tual  Insurance  Co.,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  bet  Locust 

and  Elm 

Hollenbeck  George  W.,  laborer,   res  W  s  Willow  bet  Wil- 
liam and  Seventh 
U     Holliday  Peter,  first  officer  Oakland  Ferries 
B     Holligan  Michael,  hostler  with  G.  F.  M.  Glover 

Hollinsead  Sarah  H.  Mrs.,  res  917  Kirkham 

Hollister  Charles  E.,  student  University 

Hollister  George  H.,   carpenter  with  Power   &  Ough,  res 
S  NW  cor  East  11th  and  Eighth  av 

Hollister  George  W.,  physician  and  surgeon,  office  and  res 
947  Campbell 

Hollister  H.  F.  Mrs.,  res  1112  Alice 

Hollister  John  H.,  student  University,  res  Sunnyside  House 

Hollister  Philo  H.,  clerk,  res  Union  Hotel 
z     Hollmann  Claus,  res  NW  cor  Castro  and  Fifth 

Hollywood  Andrew,  laborer  U.  S.  Appraiser's  store  (S.  F.) 
res  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Willow  and  Campbell 

Hollywood  Joseph  J.,  inspector  customs  (S.  F.)  res  West 
Oakland  House 
"eg     Holman  &  Co.  (C.  F.  Holman  and  W.  A.  Spalding)  cabinet 
makers,  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Franklin  and  Webster 

Holman  Charles,  painter,  res  NE  cor  Third  and  Franklin 

Holman  Claus  F.   (Holman  &  Co.)   res  Tenth  nr  Washing- 
ton 

Holman  Edward,  plumber  with  John  Spencer,  res  Alameda 

Holman  Frederick  S.,  clerk,  res  711  Webster 

Holman  George,  driver  with  Whitney  &  Co.,  res  Alameda 

Holman  Henry,   clerk  with  N.  Rosenberg,  res  E  s  Seventh 
bet  Bay  and  Encinal  Station,  Alameda 

Holmes  C.  A.,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Holmes  Charles,  laborer,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 

Holmes  Gross  C,  res  E  s  Eleventh  av   bet  East  15th  and 
East  16th 

Holmes  I.  L,  res  616  Eighth 

Holmes  Jennie  Miss,  res  616  Eighth 

Holmes  John  E.,  carpenter  and  joiner,  res  626  East  12th 

Holmes  John  E.  jr.,  gents' furnishing  goods  and  news  depot, 
store  and  res  626  East  12th 


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A.  D.  WHITNEY,  Proprietor. 


All  sizes  Refrigerators  and  Ice  Chests  for  sale  at  Gordon's. 


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Holmes  M.  B.  Mrs.,  teacher  music,  res  N  s  Jones  nr  Tele- 
graph av 
Holmes  Walter  G.,  atty-at-law  (S.  P.)  res  616  Eighth 
Holmes  — ,  printer,  res  NE  cor  Fifteenth  and  Cypress 
Holt  A.  G.,  laborer,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 
Holt  Charles  H.  (Holt  Bros.,  S.  F.)  res  The  Centennial 
Holt  George  D.,  mechanical  engineer,  res  W  s  Campbell  bet 

William  and  Seventh 
Holtslander  Ernest,  machinist,  res  W  s  Center  nr  Tenth 
Holtslander  John  J.,  machinist,  res  W  s  Center  nr  Tenth 
Holtz  Charles,  clerk  with  Lyon  &  Kinsey,  res  710  Webster 
Holtz  Charles,  upholsterer  with  Christ  Schreiber,  res  710 

Webster 
Homan  Charles  E.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  1163  Brush 
Homan  Charles  H.,  painter,  res  NE  cor  Third  and  Franklin 
Homan  M.    S.,   fancy  goods,  1059    Broadway,    res   Brush 

nr  Fourteenth 
HOME  INSURANCE  CO.  (of  New  York)  Roger  S.  Day 

agent,  422  Twelfth 
HOME    MUTUAL   INSURANCE    CO.,  Alameda  County 
Branch  (fire,  S.  F.)  R.  H.  Magill  manager,  H.  A.  Craig 
secretary,  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Ninth 
HOME    OAKLAND    LADIES    RELIEF    SOCIETY,   S  s 

Linden  bet  Broadway  and  Telegraph  av 
Home  Mutual  Insurance  Co.  (of  Cal.)  Wagner  &  Co.  agents, 

Masonic  Hall  building 
Home  School  for  Young  Ladies,  Miss  H.N.  Field  principal, 

523-529  Hobart 
Home  Security  Building  and  Loan  Association,  O.  H.  Burn- 
ham  president,  A.  D.  Thomson  secretary,   954  Broad- 
way 
Honer  Joseph,  shoemaker  with   L.  Flint,   res  S  s  Seventh 

bet  Wood  and  WTillow 
Hood  G.  J.,  res  1053  Thirteenth  av 
Hooe  Daniel  B.,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  710  Twelfth 
Hooe  Headly  S.,  clerk  with  Lippmann  &  Salinger,  res  710 

Tenth 
Hoogs  W.  W\,   clerk  with  E.  Johnson,  res  Fourteenth  nr 

Broadway 
HOOK  ELIJAH, furniture  and  carpets,  1114-1120  Broadway, 

res  SW  cor  Tenth  and  Madison 
Hook  Henry,  salesman  with  E.  Hook,  res  222  Eleventh 
Hook  Joseph,  millright,  res  Wr  s  Sixth  av  bet  East  17th  and 

East  18th 
Hook  Perley,  salesman  with  E.  Hook,  res  SW  cor  Tenth  and 
Madison 


GILBERT  &  HUNTER 


AGENTS  FOR  SAN  FRANCISCO  AND  ALAMEDA  PROPERTY, 

Office.  224  Montgomery  st.,  S.  F.,  or  Park  st.,  Alameda. 


Woodward  &  Taggart-Desirable  Residence  Property  for  Sale. 


248  OAKLAND    [H]    DIRECTORY. 


Hooley  Cornelius,  painter,  S  s  Fifteenth  nr  Clay,  and  fore- 
man Engine  Co.  No.  1,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 

Hooley  John,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 

Hooper  Charles,  res  Knox  House 

Hoopes  Thomas  C,  contractor,  res  N  s  Forty -third  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Hop  Lee  (Chinese)  laundry,  418  Ninth 

Hopkins  C.  T.,  president  California  Insurance  Co.,  res 
Knox  pi 

Hopkins  George,  clerk  with  E.  H.  Hyde,  res  Seventh  nr 
Adeline 

Hopkins  George  W.,  secretary  Melrose  Smelting  and  Refin- 
ing Co.  (Melrose)  res  1211  Clay 

Hopkins  H.  St.  George,  physician,  office  Nicholl  Block, 
rooms  31-32,  res  271  Fourth 

Hopkins  Michael,  plasterer,  res  972  Third 

Hopkins  Thomas,  shoemaker,  res  759  Castro    , 

Hopkins  Thomas  F.,  mining  secretary,  res  1156  Broadway 

Hopkins  William,  student  Taylor's  Business  College,  res 
1011  Clay 

Hopkins  William  E.,  captain  U.  S.  N.,  res  NE  cor  Broadway 
and  Orchard 

Hopkins  William  E.  jr.,  student  University,  res  NE  cor 
Broadway  and  Orchard 

Hoppe  John  C,  merchant  (S.  F.)  res  1424  Eighth 

Hoppe  Reinhold,  cutler  (S.  F.)  res  W  s  Hollis  nr  Peralta 

Hopper  Thomas  W.,  carpenter,  res  Pearson  nr  Taylor 

Hopwood  Frank,  blacksmith  Contra  Costa  Water  Co. 

Horace  Henry,  carriage  trimmer,  res  952  Third 

Horace  — ,  laborer  with  Corlies  &  Merritt 

Horan  Margaret,  widow,  res  705  Fifth 

Horan  William  H.,  driver  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res  705 
Fifth 

Hord  S.  A.  Mrs.,  res  1013  Sixth  av 

Hormish  George  B.,  res  728  Eleventh 

Horn  John  V.,  laborer,  res  SW  cor  Forty -sixth  and  Shat- 
tuck 

Horn  — ,  millwright  Oakland  City  Flouring  Mill 

Hornblower  A.  E.  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  Masonic  Hall 
Building 

Hornn  Frederick  M.,  gardener,  res  834  Sixteenth 

Hornung  Gustav,  druggist,  res  561  Sixteenth 

Horr  M.  E.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  516  Ninth 

Horswill  David  J.,  res  NW  cor  Eighth  av  and  East  17th 

Horton  George  W.,  engineer  Northern  R.  R.,  res  N  s  Goss 
nr  Cedar 


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FIRST  CLASS  ACCOMMODATIONS  AT  ALL  HOURS. 


Drink  Napa  Soda  and  enjoy  life  and  health.     Agency,  469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND    [U]    DIRECTORV.  249 

Horton  Richard,  groceries  and  provisions,  S  s  Seventh  nr 
Market,  res  667  Sixth 

HOSEA  BROTHER,  director  St.  Joseph's  Academy,  cor 
Fifth  and  Madison 

Hoskins  Edward,  res  769  Jefferson 

HOSKINS  WILLIAM,  notary  public,  commissioner  deeds 
for  all  the  States  and  Territories,  and  agent  Commercial 
Fire  Insurance  Co.,  909  Broadway,  res  Eland  House 

Hosmer  James,  carpenter,  res  860  Harrison 

Hostetter  Frank  (Hayes,  Carrick  &  Co.)  res  SW  cor  Thir- 
teenth av  and  East  loth 

Hostrawser  John  F.,  carpenter,  res  Twenty-second  nr  Market 

Hotte  Zotique,  carriagemaker  with  F.  Sicotte,  res  Eighth  nr 
Willow 

Houde  Peter,  laborer  C.  P.  E.  E. 

Hough  Clark  A.  Eev.,  res  SW  cor  Elm  and  Edwards 

Hough  James  F.,  bookkeeper  with  Weaver  &  Taylor  (S.  F.) 
res  NW  cor  East  14th  and  Third  av 

Hough  Joseph  Z.,  carpenter,  res  522  Eighth 

Hougham  H.  D.,  furnished  rooms,  res  458  Fifth 

Houghton  Frederick  T.,  res  NE  cor  Lincoln  and  Willow 

Houghton  George,  expressman,  res  E  s  Evoy  av  bet  Tele- 
graph av  and  Grove 

Houghton  J.  F.,  president  Home  Mutual  Insurance  Co. 
(S.  F.)  res  NE  cor  Lake  and  Jackson 

Houghton  S.  C,  short-hand  reporter,  res  316  Tenth 

Hove  D.  B.  (Price  &  Hove)  res  710  Tenth 

Hove  H.  S.,  salesman  with  Lippmann  k  Salinger,  res  710 
Tenth 

Hovev  S.  S.  Mrs.,  res  NW  cor  Eleventh  av  and  East  18th 

HOW  &  DOOLITTLE  (John  E.  How  and  Henry  Doolittle) 
house  and  sign  painters,  NE  cor  Ninth  and  Broadway 

How  John  E.  (How  &  Doolittle)  res  311  Seventh 

Howard  Asa,  res  615  East  14th 

Howard  Benjamin  F.,  machinist  Ice  Factory,  res  308  Seventh 

Howard  Charles  Webb,  president  Spring  Valley  Waterworks 
Co.  (S.  F.)  res  1206  Alice 

Howard  Cyrus,  laborer  with  Levi  Stevens 

Howard  George,  clerk  (S.  F.)  res  950  Wood 

Howard  George  W.  (Strauter  &  Howard)  res  821  Twenty- 
second 

Howard  J.  H.  &  Co.  (John  H.  Howard  and  Thomas  E.  Poul- 
terer) stoves,  tinware,  gasfitting  and  plumbing,  E  s  Thir- 
teenth av  bet  East  11th  and  East  12th 

Howard  John,  carpenter,  res  1003  Webster 

Howard  John  H.  (J.  H.  Howard  &  Co.)  res  527  East  14th 


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250  OAKLAND    [H]    DIRECTORY. 

Howard  John  R.,  physician,  res  976  Chester 

Howatt  Thomas,  laborer,  res  727  Chester 

Howe  D.  G.  Mrs.,  res  1304  Franklin 

Howe  Edwin  W.,  millwright  Oakland  City  Flouring  Mill,  res 

Short  nr  Cedar 
Howe  Henry  P.,  commission  merchant  (S.  F.)  res  Lincoln 

bet  Wood  and  Pine 
Howe  Joshua  P.,  carpenter,  res  Short  nr  Cedar 
Howe  M.  M.  (Hard  &  Howe)  res  SW  cor  Seventh  and  Wash- 
ington 
Howe  Montgomery,  secretary  and  superintendent  Broadway 

and  Piedmont  R.  R.,  res  Webster  extension  nr  Moss  av 
Howe  Samuel,  farmer,  res  Webster  extension  nr  Moss  av 
Howe  Samuel,  millwright  Oakland  City  Flour  Mill,  res  Short 

nr  Cedar 
Howe  Sewing  Machine  Agency,  M.  Davis,  472  Eighth 
Howell  Eugene  W.,  student  University 
Howell  Harry  W.,  boots  and  shoes,  1506  Seventh 
Howell  Hugh  M.,  proprietor  Terminus  Hotel,  NE  cor  Shat- 

tuck  and  University  av,  and  saloon,   SE  cor  Shattuck 

and  University  av,  B. 
Howell  James,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Howell  Joseph,  stationery  (S.  F.)  res  566  East  11th 
Howell  Matthias  D.,  mining,  res  1317  Alice 
Howell  M.  L.,  bartender  with  Hugh  M.  Howell,  res  NE  cor 

Shattuck  and  University  av,  B. 
Howell  S.  S.,  res  N  s  East  16th  bet  Eleventh  and  Twelfth  avs 
Howely  Kate,    domestic,  E  s  Adeline  bet  Fourteenth  and 

Sixteenth 
Howland  William  H.,  mining  superintendent,  res  N  s  Dur- 

ant  nr  Franklin 
Howlett  Martin,  deckhand  steamer  Capital 
Howlett  William,  proprietor  Louisiana  House,  420  First 
Hoyt  John,  clerk  Custom  House  brokers'  office  (S.  F.)  res 

1005  Peralta 
Hoyt  M.  L.  Mrs.,  teacher  Lincoln  Grammar  School,  res  cor 

Myrtle  and  Fifth 
Hoyt  N.  B.,  inspector  customs  (S.  F.)  res  1005  Peralta 
Hoyt  Samuel,  salesman  with  Jacob  Letter,  res  Twelfth  nr 

Franklin 
Hoyt  Walter,  with  Higgins  &  Co.  (S.  F.)  res  N  s  Taylor  nr 

Willow 
Hubbard  Adolphus  S.,  bookkeeper  Eagle  Warehouse,  819 

Filbert 
Hubbard  Frederick,  machinist,  res  cor  Tenth  and  Adeline 
Hubbard  J.  B.,  res  Capital  Hotel 


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Hubbard  P.,  carver  W.  D.  Co.,  res  SW  cor  Seventh  and  Pine 

Hubbard  Warren,  machinist  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  N  s  Tenth  bet 
Adeline  and  Magnolia 

Hubbey  Julia  Miss,  res  856  Franklin 

Huddock  G.  W.,  jeweler,  res  Eureka  Hotel 

Hudoff  Charles  D.,  clerk  with  H.  Turn  Suden  &  Co.,  res 
NW  cor  Fourteenth  av  and  East  12th 

Hudson  A.  M.  Mrs.,  res  1254  Franklin 

Hudson  George  H.,  student  University 

Hudson  J.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Hudson  Maggie,  waitress  The  Centennial 

Hudson  Matthew,  salesman  with  Samuel  Caro,  res  SE  cor 
Ninth  and  Washington 

Huestis  Charles  W.,  res  East  25th  bet  Twenty-second  and 
.  Twenty-third  avs 

Huff  Lucien  B.,  farmer,  res  474  East  14th 

Huff  William,  res  474  East  14th 

Hufschmidt  Henry,  plumber  (S.  F.)  res  1721  Seward 

Hufschmidt  Louis,  plumber  (S.F.)  res  E  s  Wood  nr  Seward 

Huggins  William,  engineer  Oakland  Ferry,  res  1121  Mont- 
gomery (S.  F. 

Hughes  Andrew,  carpenter,  res  1756  Seventh 

Hughes  David,  freight  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  East  25th 
nr  Eighth  av 

Hughes  David  F.,  mining,  res  N  s  Eighth  bet  Adeline  and 
Union 

Hughes  Edward  C,  res  N  s  Eleventh  nr  Center 

Hughes  Enoch,  groceries  N  s  B.  nr  Hollis 

Hughes  George,  student  University,  res  Palace  Club 

Hughes  Hugh,  grain  broker  (S.  F.)  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Hughes  Ign. ,  clerk  with  Frank  Buckley  jr. ,  res  Bartlett  House 

Hughes  James,  laborer  W.  D.  Co. 

Hughes  James  G.,  res  1215  Adeline 

Hughes  John,  laborer,  res  S  s  Hudson  nr  Telegraph  av 

Hughes  John,  plumber  Avith  J.  J.  O'Shea,  res  1718  San  Pa- 
blo av 

Hughes  Margaret,  domestic,  NE  cor  Ninth  and  Peralta 

Hughes  Martin,  plasterer,  res  NE  cor  Thirteenth  av  and 
East  14th 

Hughes  Patrick,  laborer  with  Taylor  &  Co.,  res  814  Grove 

Hughes  Robert,  accountant,  res  1133  Myrtle 

Hughes  T.  J.,  res  515  East  11th 

Hughes  William,  captain  Oakland  Ferry,  res  1914  Steven- 
son (S.  F.) 

Hughes  W.  F.,  wood  and  coal,  SE  cor  Seventh  and  Wood, 
res  S.  F. 


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Hughes  William  A.,  wines  and  liquors  (S.  F.)  E  s  Eighth  nr 

Willow 
Hughes  William  B.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Eighth  bet  Grove   and 

Castro 
Hughes  William  D.,   laborer  with  Power  <k  Ough,  res  SE 

cor  East  17th  and  Fourth  av 
Huguenin  Edward,  capitalist,   res  967  Jefferson 
Hulsapple  J.,  brakeman  0.  P.  B.  R. 

Humbert  E.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Twenty-sixth  nr  San  Pablo  av 
HUMBOLDT  PARK  HOTEL,  H.   C.   Babcock  proprietor, 

E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Temescal  Creek 
Hume  G.  W.,  res  Webster  bet  Matthew  and  John 
Hume  — ,  Mrs.,  res  Blake  House 
Humiston  Win.,  carpenter,  res  472  East  11th 
Hummeltenberg  William,  res  XE  cor  Franklin  and  First 
Humphrey  Morton,  clerk  with  Will  H.  Burrall,  res  403  East 

14th 
Hung  Lee  (Chinese)  laundry,  E  s  Wood  nr  Lincoln 
Hung  Wah  (Chinese)  laundry,  SW  cor  Clay  and  Eighth 
Hunnewell  George,  carpenter,  res  East  23d  nr  Twelfth  av 
Hunt  Charles  A.,  merchant,  res  Eureka  Hotel 
Hunt  Clarence  M.,  bookkeeper  with  Z.  B.  Heywood  &  Co., 

res  W  s  Fourth  bet  Bristol  and  Delaware,  W.  B. 
Hunt  Edward,  res  S  s  Plymouth  av  nr  Telegraph  av 
Hunt  Edward,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Eighth  av  bet  East  16th 

and  East  17th 
Hunt  Emily  G.,  Mrs.,  teacher  Prescott  Primary  School,  res 

cor  Seventh  and  Washington 
Hunt  George  H.,  engineer  C.  P.  P.  E.,  res  Nicholl  House 
Hunt  Hannah,  widow,  res  912  Third 
Hunt  Harry  O.  (Day,  Hunt  &  Son,  S.   F.)  res  Webster  nr 

Gaskill 
Hunt  Herbert,  parcelman  with  J.  J.  O'Brien  &  Co.,  res  Eu- 
reka House 
Hunt  Jonathan  (Day,  Hunt  &  Son,  S.  F.)  res  Webster  nr 

Gaskill 
Hunt  Joseph,  res  XW  cor  Twenty -first  av  and  East  24th 
Hunt  M.  E.  Mrs.,  teacher,  res  St.  James  House 
Hunt  Milan,  manager  City  Hall  Livery  Stable,  res  NE  cor 

Fourteenth  and  Clay 
Hunt  Eobert  H.  H.,  inventor,  res  NW  cor  Fourth  and  Del- 
aware, W.  B. 
Hunt  Samuel  O.  (Day,  Hunt  &:  Son,  S.  F.)  res  Webster  nr 

Gaskill 
Hunt  Waiter,   carpenter,  res  NW  cor  Twenty-first  av  and 

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OAKLAND     [  H  ]    DIRECTORY.  253 

Hunt  William,  res  Webster  nr  Gaskill 
Hunter  Thomas,  milk  dairy,  res  764  Lydia 
Huntington  George  H.,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Linden  nr  Thir- 
tieth 
Huntington  Uriel,  capitalist,  res  NE  cor  Wood  and  Eighth 
Huntley  Dwight  B.,  res  W  s  Webster  bet  Fourteenth  and 

Sixteenth 
Huntley  Porter  C,  res  1259  Webster 
Hupp  May  B.,  Miss.,  res  856  Adeline 

Hurd  Frank,  freight  clerk  Oakland  Wharf,  res  534  Sycamore 
Hurd  M.  S.j  adjuster  claims  C.  P.  Pi.  B.,  res  53-4  Sycamore 
Hurd  William  H.,  saloon  keeper,  res  1015  Eighth 
Hurley  Daniel,  blacksmith,  res  360  Ninth 
Hurley  James,  lather,  res  370  Seventh  ^ 

Hurley  James  J.,  butcher,   res   Durant   bet   Franklin   and     J£ 

Webster  £T 

Hurley  Maggie  Miss,  teacher  Lincoln   Grammar  School,  res   I* 

1826  Pacific  av  (S.  F.)  X 

Hurler  Walter,  printer,  res  462  Twelfth  X 

HURLL    WILLIAM    T.,    groceries  and   liquors,    SW    cor     C* 

Second  and  Broadway  — 

Hurney  John  F.  with  Buckingham  and  Hecht  (S.  F.)resN  s 

Eleventh  bet  Kirkham  and  Cypress 
Husing  Henry,  res  1000  Peralta 
Huson  Thomas  B.,  wharfinger  (S.  F.)   res  SW  cor  Chester 

and  Eighth 
Hussey  John,  laborer  C.   P.  E.  E.,  res  Bay  bet  Sixth  and 

Seventh 
Hussey  William  H.,  clerk  Custom  House   (S.  F.)  res   S  s 

Watlon  nr  Grove 
Husson  Charles,  clerk  with  J.  Marquis 
Husted  F.  M.,  atty-at-law,  res  114 Eleventh 
Huston  Eobert  G.,  groceries,  and  proprietor  The  Home,  cor 

University  Grounds  and  Choate,  B. 
Hutchings  Daniel  F.,  res  463  East  11th 
Hutching  E.  A.  Mrs.,  widow,  res  328  Second 
Hutchins  G.  H.,  receiving  teller  London  and  San  Francisco 

Bank  (S.  F.)  res  Adams  nr  Lee 
Hutchinson  A.,  millwright   Oakland  City  Planing  Mill,  res 

S.  F. 
Hutchinson  Charles  C,   merchant,  res  W  s   Campbell   nr 

Lincoln  f* 

Hutchinson   Charles  J.,  clerk  with  W.  D.   Conard,    res  SW     ^ 

cor  East  12th  and  Thirteenth  av 
Hutchinson  George   O.,    merchant,   res  W  s  Campbell   nr 

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Hutchinson  Hiram,  res  1715  Lincoln 

Hutchinson  Jane  Miss,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  nr  West 

Hutchinson  John  J.,  student  University 

Hutchinson  Joseph,  student  University,  res  S  s  Bancroft 
way  nr  Choate,  B. 

Hutchinson  T.  K.,  salesman  (S.  F.)  res  936  Filbert 

HUTCHISON  JAMES,  seedsman  and  florist,  SE  cor  Wash- 
ington and  Fourteenth,  and  proprietor  Bay  Nursery, 
NE  cor  Telegraph  av  and  Bay  pi,  res  NE  cor  Telegraph 
av  and  Bay  pi 

Huttleston  George,  shoemaker,  res  N  s  Taylor  nr  Pine 

Hutton  E.  L.,  butcher,  SE  cor  Fourth  and  Webster,  res  716 
Webster 

HYDE  E.  H.,  crockery  and  fancy  goods,  1167  Broadway, 
res  1207  Broadway 

Hyde  Isaac,  res  604  Eighth 

Hyde  Lawrence,  clerk  with  M.  Brink,  res  458  Twelfth 

Hyde  Maggie,  chambermaid  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Hyde  Thomas  J.,  school  teacher,  res  458  Twelfth 

Hyde  T.  J.,  Mrs.,  dyeing,  glove  cleaning,  stamping  and 
fancy  goods,  458  Twelfth 

Hyde  W.  B.,  civil  engineer,  res  162  Third 

Hyman  Isaac,  pedlar,  res  309  Second 

Hyman  Richard.,  res  Berkeley  House,  W.  B. 


I 

I' Anson  Miles,  res  S  s  Twentieth  nr  Market 

Ikert  Rose  Miss,  retoucher,  res  Blake  House 

Her  John,  teamster,  res  Brooklyn  Dining  Booms 

Illidge  George  J.,  clerk  D.  and  D.  and  B.  Asylum 

Use  William  A.,  assayer,  res  677  Sixth 

Imfeld  Ignatz,  brewer  Brooklyn  Brewery 

IMPERIAL,    INSURANCE    CO.    (fire  of   London)    T.    L. 

Walker,  agent,  1004  Broadway 
Incapie  B.,  boots  and  shoes,  410  Ninth 
Independent  Presbyterian  Church,   SE  cor  Thirteenth  and 

Jefferson 
Ingalls  N.  B.,  speculator,  res  222  Ninth 
Ingalls  W.   H.,   porter  Commissary  Department  U.S.A., 

res  222  Ninth 
INGERSOLL   WILLIAM  B.,    photographer,    gallery   and 

res  SW  cor  Twelfth  and  Broadway 
Ingerson  Charles  A.,  carpenter,  res  518  Sixth 
Inglis  Marshall  M.,  mining,  res  573  Sixteenth 


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OAKLAND    [  I  ]    DIRECTORY.  255 

lngols  James  E.,  clerk  (S.  F.)  res  604  Fourteenth. 

Ingram  A.  J.,  clerk  with  Wm,  Helmer,  res  1112  Broadway 

Ingram  Henry,  proprietor  Oakland  Straw  "Works,  468  Ninth, 
res  cor  Oak  and  Alameda  av,  Alameda 

Ingram  Henry,  general  merchandise,  SW  cor  Fortieth  and 
Telegraph  av 

Innes  John  C,  quartermaster's  office  (S.  F.)  res  SE  cor 
Market  and  Tenth 

Inwall  Benjamin  J.,  barkeeper  with  E.  F.  Thayer,  res  816 
Harrison 

Inwall  Harry,  bartender  with  J.  J.    Hanifin,  res  309  Eighth 

Inwall  J.  H.,  bookkeeper,  res  319  Eighth 

Ipsen  John  P.  H.,  carpenter  with  Burnham,  Standeford  & 
Co.,  res  Winsor  House 

Ipsen  Peter  J.,  Librarian  Odd  Fellows'  Library,  res  SW 
cor  Fourteenth  and  Peralta 

Ireland  James,  clerk,  res  N  s  East  25th  nr  Twenty-first  av 

Ireland  Maggie  L.,  domestic  with  A.  P.  Bray  ton 

Irish  Addie  Miss,  teacher  music,  res  1817  Goss 

Irish  E.  W.  Miss,  teacher  music,  res  1113  Broadway 

Irish  S.  L.,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  1817  Goss 

Irish  Spencer  K.,  machine  hand  Oakland  Mill,  res  661 
Washington 

Ironmonger  C.  J.,  cook,  858  Broadway,  res  364  First 

Irons  —  ,  carpenter,  res  Alhambra  House 

Irvin  A.  M.,  bricklayer,  res  804  East  12th 

Iivin  Thomas  W.,  millwright,  res  Eland  House 

Irvin  William,  miner,  res  271  Eighth 

Irvine  John,  gardener,  res  410  Tenth 

Irvine  Robert,  res  410  Tenth 

Irving  Grammar  School,  J.  B.  McChesney,  principal,  cor 
Market  and  Twelfth 

Irving  Samuel,  student  University,  res  671  Sixth 

Irving  William  K.,  clerk  with  A.  L.  Bancroft  &  Co.,  (S.  F.) 
res  671  Sixth 

Irwin  Benoni,  artist,  res  SW  cor  Seventh  av  and  East  19th 

Irwin  Charles,  coachman  with  George  C.  Potter 

IRWIN  HARRY  F.,  proprietor  bar,  steamer  Oakland,  res 
NE  cor  Brush  and  Twelfth 

Irwin  Michael,  hostler  Oakland  R.  B.  Co.,  res  S  s  Forty- 
sixth  nr  Telegraph  av 

Irwin  Stuart,  gardener,  res  820  Twenty-second 

Isaacs  Frank,  draughtsman  (S.  F.)  res  1762  Goss 

Isaacs  J.  D.,  draughtsman  W.  D.  Co. 

Isaacson  Andrew,  carpet  layer  with  C.  L.  Taylor,  res  Web- 
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Isaacson  Christian,   carpet  layer  with  C.  L.   Taylor,    1060 

Broadway 
Ivy  Cottage,  N  s  University  av  opposite  Chapel,  B. 


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Jabobus  J.  F.,  wheelwright,  res  856  Harrison 

Jacinto  Joseph,  laborer,  res  E  s  Eighteenth  av  bet  East  14th 

and  East  15th 
JACKSON  &  NICHOLL  (K.  F.  Jackson  and  John  H.  Ni- 

choll)   proprietors  Nicholl  House  and  Restaurant,  NE 

cor  Ninth  and  Washington 
Jackson  A.  M.,  watchmaker  Cal.  Watch  Co.,  res  Park  House, 

W.  B. 
Jackson  Archibald,  whitener  and  paperhanger,  res  E  s  San 

Pablo  av  nr  San  Pablo  station 
Jackson  A.  Wendell,  instructor  in  Mineralogy,  University 
Jackson  B.  C,  capitalist,  res  Fifteenth  nr  Jackson 
Jackson  Charles,  tailor  with  T.  Lancaster,  res  418  Fifth 
Jackson  Charles  G.,  with  tax  collector  (S.  F.)  res  NE  cor 

Seward  and  Willow 
Jackson  George  W.,  carpenter,  res  Es  Harlan,  Watt's  Tract 
Jackson  George  W.,  teacher  music,  res  729  Eleventh 
Jackson  Giles  A.,  carpenter,  res  955  Fifth 
Jackson  John,  laborer  C.  P.  It.  It.,  res  724  Willow 
Jackson  It.  F.  (Jackson  &  Nicholl)  res  Nicholl  House 
Jackson  Robert,  carpenter,  res  Magnolia  nr  Thirty-sixth 
Jackson  Thomas  F.,  clerk,  res  954  Webster 
Jackson  — ,  res  655  Madison 

Jacob  William,  laborer  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  W  s  Tele- 
graph av  nr  Forty-fifth 
Jacobs  A.,  salesman  with  A.  Lippmann,  res  Nicholl  House 
Jacobs  Edmund,  clerk  with  Z.  B.  Hey  wood  &  Co.,  res  N  s 

Delaware  bet  Fourth  and  Fifth,  W.  B. 
Jacobs  James,   with  Grove-st  Planing  Mill,  res  Third  bet 

Jefferson  and  Grove 
JACOBS  JOHN  J.,  boots  and  shoes,  retail  and  custom,  1622 

San  Pablo  av 
Jacobs  Louis,  waiter  Nicholl  House  Restaurant 
Jacobs  R.,  pipemaker,  res  Logan  bet  Telegraph  av  and  Grove 
Jacobson  Andrew,  farmer,  res  N  s  Dwight  way  nr  Ellsworth 
Jacobson  Jacob,  gardener,  N  s  Dwight  way  nr  Shattuck,  B. 
Jacobson  John,  waiter  with  Campbell  &  Spiars,  res  1054 
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Jacobson  John  H.,  master  mariner,  res  1003  Webster 

Jacobson  Peter,  laborer  D.  and  D.  and  B.  Asylum 

Jacobus  C.  T.,  res  S  s  Eighth  nr  Adeline 

Jacoby  John,  laborer,  res  S  s  Logan  nr  Grove 

Jacoby  Robert,  pipemaker,  res  S  s  Logan  bet  Telegraph  av 

and  Grove 
Jacquenot  Xavier,  fruit  and  vegetables,  S  s  East  14th  bet 

Eighteenth  and  Nineteenth  avs 
Jaffa  Myer  E.,  student  University 
Jaffe  Louis  (Freeman  &  Jaffe)  res  S  s  Charter  bet  Telegraph 

and  San  Pablo  avs 
Jagelsl).,  bookkeeper  with  Washington  Brewery,  res  NE 

cor  Broadway  and  Sixth 
JAHN  &  SCHOLL  (H.  Jahn  and  C.  F.  Scholl) hardware,  gun 

and  locksmiths,  SW  cor  Washington  and  Tenth 
Jahn  Henry  (Jahn  &  Scholl)  res  SW  cor  Washington  and 

Tenth 
James  Benjamin,  butcher,  res  Eastern  Hotel 
James'  Block,  N  s  Seventh  bet  Wood  and  Pine 
James  Charles  F.,  painter,  res  517  Ninth 
James  Edward  A.,  professor  music,  res  NW  cor  Willow  and 

Twelfth 


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James  Ellen  Mrs.,  ladies  nurse,  res  403  East  14th 

James  George,  rigger  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Seventh  nr  Point 

James  Isaac  E.,  mining  engineer,  res  320  Fourteenth 

James  J.  A.,  brakeinan  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  N  s  Goss  bet  Wood 
and  Pine 

James  Joseph  (N.  Rosenberg  &  Co.)  SW  cor  Broadway  and 
Eleventh 

James  Joshua,  carpenter,  res  1806  Grove 

James  Mary  E.,  res  163  Second 

James  Samuel,  master  mariner,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 

Jameson  — ,  res  Blake  House 

Jancovich  George,  coffee  saloon  (S.  F.)  res  Pine  bet  Goss 
and  Division 

Janes  Eugene  T.,  student  University 

Janin  Louis,  mining  engineer,  res  1355  Webster 

Janis  Francis,  laborer,  res  S  s  East  17th  bet  Eleventh  and 
Twelfth  avs 

Janis  Frank,  upholsterer  with  F.  Barker,  res  S  s  East  17th 
bet  Eleventh  and  Twelfth  avs 

Jans  Obbe,  wines,  liquors  and  cigars,  459  Seventh,  res  1014 
Chester 

Jansen  Louis,  laborer,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 

Jansen  Henrietta,  widow,  res  N  s  Spring  nr  Adeline 

Janssen  Ernst,  salesman,  res  515  Eighth 

Jantzen  Herman  F.,  student  University 

Janvrin  George  M.  sawyer  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  1940 
Filbert 

Jaquay  D.  W.,  engineer,  res  4  Sixteenth 

Jacuay  Louisa  Mrs.,  ladies'  nurse,  res  4  Sixteenth 

Jarvis  William,  butcher,  junction  Webster  and  Broadway 

Jaycox  &  Cary  (David  L.  Jaycox  and  Clarence  A.  Gary)  pro- 
prietors Eureka  Photograph  Gallery,  NW  cor  Fifteenth 
and  San  Pablo  av 

Jaycox  David  L.  (Jaycox  &  Cary)  res  N  s  Isabella  nr  West 

Jayne  A.  H.,  police  judge,  City  Hall,  res  617  Thirteenth 

Jee  Arthur  W.,  res  544  East  11th 

Jeffers  William  H.,  res  E  s  Brush  bet  Tenth  and  Eleventh 

Jefferson  M.  S.,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Jeffery  John,  carrier  Call  and  foreman  cabinet  shop  D.  and 
D.  and  B.  Asjduin,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Forty- 
fourth 

Jeffery  M.  A.  C.  Miss,  res  838  Market 

Jegstrup  Anna,  chambermaid,  NE  cor  Seventh  and  Center 

Jencks  Jared  H.,  architect  and  builder,  1922  San  Pablo  av 

Jenkins  Charles,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R. 

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OAKLAND     [  J]   DIRECTORY.  259 

Jenkins  F.  E.,  mechanic,  res  603  Third 

Jenkins  Francis  J.,  gardener,  res  SE  cor  Peralta  and  Thirty- 
fourth 

Jenkins  Fred.,  band  sawyer  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  Third 
bet  Jefferson  and  Grove 

Jenkins  Henry,  driver  with  A.  Charles,  N  s  Western  av  nr 
Broadway 

Jenkins  T.  F.,  real  estate  (S.  F.)  res  SW  cor  Tenth  and 
Washington 

Jenkins  William  F.,  carpenter,  res  921  Webster 

Jenkins  W.  H.,  sawyer  Grove-st  Planing  Mill 

Jenks  Charles  C,  real  estate,  res  NW  cor  Sixteenth  and 
West 

Jenks  Frank  A.,  coal  broker  (S.  F.)  resE  s  Wood  bet  Lin- 
coln and  Seward 

Jenner  Charles  J.,  painter  with  C.  B.  Rutherford,  res  Capi- 
ital  Hotel 

Jenning  Godhold,  merchant  tailor,  S  s  Seventh  bet  Wood 
and  Willow,  res  SE  cor  Sixteenth  and  Kirkham 

Jennings  David  A.,  mining  secretary  (S.  F.)  res  NW  cor 
Humboldt  av  and  D  wight  way,  B. 

Jennings  Sarah  B.,  res  NE  cor  Sixteenth  and  West 

Jennings  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  Eland  House 

Jennings  — ,  res  411  Ninth 

Jensen  Charles,  cook  Nicholl  House  restaurant 

Jensen  Kate  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  res  S  s  Goss  nr  Pine 

Jerrett  Daniel,  res  629  Fourteenth 

Jess  William,  carpenter  with  Cameron  &  McDonald,  res 
East  23d  bet  Tenth  and  Eleventh  avs 

Jessen  Katrina,  domestic,  942  Linden 

Jester  Dexter  T.,  coachsmith  with  M.  W.  Allen,  res  359 
Tenth 

Jewell  George  D.,  res  1350  Franklin 

Jewett  Jarvis,  collector,  res  N  s  Fifteenth  nr  Center 

Jewett  Susan  N.  Miss,  teacher  High  School,  res  1350  Frank- 
lin 

Jillson  Charles  B.,  mining,  res  513  Delger 

Jim  Hop  (Chinese)  laundry,  408  Eighth 

Jinkens  William,  gardener  with  H.  H.  Watson,  N  s  Twenty- 
sixth  nr  Broadway 

John  G.  Harry,  painter  and  contractor,  cor  Pine  and  Sev- 
enth, res  Star  House 

Johns  Frank  W.,  stocks  (S.   F.)  res  692  Sycamore 

Johns  Thomas  C,  stocks  (S.  F.)  res  692  Sycamore 

Johnsen  Lawrence,  cook  with  L.  Milloslovich,  res  Cosmo- 
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260  OAKLAND     [J]    DIRECTORY. 

JOHNSON  &  FOWLER  (John  S.  Johnson  and  Frank  L. 
Fowler)  wood  and  coal,  808  Eighth 

Johnson  Adelia  Miss,  dressmaker,  SW  cor  Tenth  and  Wash- 
ington 

Johnson  A.  F.,  wines  and  liquors,  saloon  and  res  SE  cor 
First  and  Webster 

Johnson  Albert  S.,  compositor  Evening  Democrat,  res 
Franklin  House 

Johnson  Alice  Miss,  res  S  s  Eighth  bet  Wood  and  Willow 

Johnson  Amos,  driver  with  Purington  &  Reed,  res  Thir- 
teenth av  bet  East  11th  and  East  12th 

Johnson  Andrew,  lather,  res  Fifteenth  bet  Kirkham  and 
Center 

Johnson  Andrew  B.,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Adeline  bet  First 
and  Third 

Johnson  August,  fisherman,  res  N  s  East  14th  bet  First  and 
Second  avs 

Johnson  C,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Third  bet  Brush  and 
Castro 

Johnson  Charles,  laborer,  Oakland  Paving  Co.,  res  700 
Twenty-sixth 

Johnson  Charles,  laborer,  res  S  s  Prospect  pi  nr  Broadway 

Johnson  Charles,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Johnson  Charles  M.,  photographer  witii  Wm.  B.  Ingersoll, 
res  828  Franklin 

Johnson  Clark,  printer,  res  508  Eighth 

Johnson  Clark  E.,  printer  Signs  of  the  Times,  res  1067  Cas- 
tro 

Johnson  Cornelius,  superintendent  sleeping  cars  C.P.R.R., 
res  N  s  Third  bet  Brush  and  Castro 

JOHNSON  EBEN,  groceries  and  provisions,  N  E  cor 
Twelfth  and  Market,  res  1119  West 

Johnson  Edwin  G.,  foreman  W.  D.  Co.,  res  S  s  Eighth  bet 
Wood  and  Willow 

Johnson  E.  J.,  widow,  res  E  s  Union  bet  Fifth  and  Seventh 

Johnson  Erasmus,  coachman  with  S.  J.  Gower 

Johnson  E.  W.  Mrs.,  teacher,  res  N  s  Forty-second  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Johnson  Frank,  machinist  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  SW 
cor  Third  and  Jefferson 

Johnson  Frank  Mrs.,  res  Knox  House 

Johnson  Frank,  wellborer,  res  825  Henry 

Johnson  Frank  S.,  res  Knox  Houst 

Johnson  Frederick  A.,  student  University 

Johnson  F.  T.,  porter  with  Holbrook,  Merrill  &  Co.  (S.  F.) 
res  E  s  Union  bet  Fifth  and  Seventh 


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OAKLAND     [J]    DIRECTORY.  261 

Johnson  George  W.,  Mrs.,  widow,  res  S  s  Eighth  bet  Wood 

and  Pine 
Johnson  H.,  laborer,  res  Railroad  Exchange 
Johnson  Hans,  gardener,  res  W  s  Webster  nr  Twenty-third 
Johnson  Hetty  Mrs.,  553  Sixth 

Johnson  Hiram  A.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Third  nr  Jackson 
Johnson  H.  L.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Third  nr  Jackson 
Johnson  House,  Mrs.  M.  J.  Brooks  proprietress,  cor  Eight- 
eenth and  San  Pablo  av 
Johnson  James,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  nr  Center 
Johnson  James,  master  mariner,  res   NE   cor   Chester   and 

Ninth 
Johnson  James  A.,  master  mariner,  res  E  s  Lewis  bet  Third 

and  Fifth 
Johnson  James  C,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Fifteenth  bet  Center 

and  Cypress 
Johnson  Jennie  B.,  dressmaker,  361  Ninth 
Johnson  J.  M.,  mail  agent  C.  P.  R.  B.,  res  1116  Broadway 
Johnson  John,  capitalist,  res  767  Alice 
Johnson  John,  dishwasher  Union  Hotel 
Johnson  John,  lather,  res  Third  bet  Filbert  and  Myrtle 
Johnson  John,  res  S  s  Eighteenth  nr  Center 
Johnson  John  H.,  carpenter  with  Thomas  W.  Badger 
Johnson  John  S.  (Johnson  &  Fowler)  res  767  Alice 
Johnson  Kate,  domestic,  1564  Telegraph  av 
Johnson  L.,  laborer  W.  D.  Co. 

Johnson  Mary,  domestic,  W  s  Shattuck  nr  Bancroft  way,  B. 
Johnson  Patrick,  farmer  with  Horatio  P.  Livermore 
Johnson  Perry,  marshal  and  tax  collector  Oakland  City,  office 

City  Hall,  room  5,  res  360  Second 
Johnson  Peter  C,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Sixth  bet  Wood 

and  Pine 
Johnson  Bobert,   laborer,    S  s  Seventeenth  bet  West  and 

Market 
Johnson  S.,  gardener,  res  810  Alice 
Johnson  Susan  Mrs.,  res  821  Wallace 
Johnson  Thomas,  coffee  saloon,  425  Drumm  (S.F.)  res  E  s 

Linden  nr  Twenty-eighth 
Johnson  William,  laborer  with  George  E.  Grant 
Johnson  William  H.,  teamster,   res  cor  San  Pablo  av  and 

Bose,  W.  B. 
Johnson  William  Henry,  boot  and  shoemaker,  467  Sixth 
Johnston  Charles,  laborer,  res  709  Jackson 
Johnston  Henry  B.,  student  University 
Johnston  J.  E.,  carriagemaker  with  M.  W.  Allen,  res  Ninth 

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Johnston  Jeremiah,  packer  (S.  F.)  res  E  s  Pine  nr  Seward 

Johnston  Joseph,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Johnston  N.  R.,  editor  Pacific  Newspaper  Publishing  Co. 

(S.  F.)  res  E  s  Kirkham  nr  Tenth 
Johnston  R.  R.  Mrs.,  teacher  Dnrant  School,  res  E  s  Kirk- 
ham nr  Tenth 
Johnston  Samuel,  teamster  University,  B. 
Johnston  William  J.,   expressman,   res   E  s  Eighth  av  bet 

East  16th  and  East  17th 
Johnston  — ,  gardener,  res  E  s  Alice  bet  Fifth  and  Sixth 
Jolly  Robert,  gardener,  NW  cor  Twelfth  and  Castro 
Jonas  A.,  clerk  with  Coffee  &  Furst,  res  Washington  nr  Sixth 
Jones  A.  G.,  captain  steamer  Salvador  P.  M.  S.  S.  Co.,  res 

739  Myrtle 
Jones  A.  Miss,  preserver  natural  flowers,  res  SW  cor  Third 

and  Jackson 
Jones  Benjamin  R.,  fruit  stand,  cor  Ninth  and  Broadway,  res 

SW  cor  Sixteenth  and  Jefferson 
Jones  Charles,  groceries,  liquors  and  tea,  1171  Broadway,  res 

Kelsey  House 
Jones  Charles  H.,  butcher,  res  N  s  Elm  nr  Valley 
Jones  Cornelius,  painter,  res  1313  San  Pablo  av 
Jones  Cornelius  Mrs.,  millinery  and  fancy  goods,  1313  San 

Pablo  av 
Jones  Daniel  H.,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Jones  E.  H.,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  SE  cor  Lewis  and  Fifth 
Jones  Elon  G.,  janitor  High  School,  res  359  Tenth 
Jones  Frank  E.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Eighteenth  bet  Brush 

and  West 
Jones  George  W.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Pine  nr  Seward 
Jones  Henry  B.,  assistant  instructor  French  and  German, 

University,  res  S  s  Second  nr  Summer,  Temescal 
Jones  Henry  S.,  truckman,  res  490  Laurel 
Jones  Henry  T.,  student  University 
Jones  Herbert  E.,  pressman  Pacific  Press,  res  N  s  Eighteenth 

bet  Brush  and  West 
Jones  Horace,  bookkeeper  with  J.  G.  Hodge  &  Co.,  (S.  F) 

res  924  Filbert 
Jones  James  Henry,  lather,  res  S  s  Fifteenth  bet  Center  and 

Cypress 
Jones  James  N.,  clerk  with  N.  Williams,  res  509  Eighth 
Jones  J.  Gatchell,  clerk  Piedmont  Springs  Hotel 
Jones  J.  L.,  clerk  with  B.  R.  Jones,  res  cor  Sixteenth  and 

Jefferson 
Jones  John  P.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  9  Pearson's  Row 
Jones  John  R.,  carpenter  Calif.  Mill  (S.  F.)  res  569  Eighth 


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OAKLAND     [J]    DIRECTORY.  263 

Jones  Kate,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Jones  Lucy  S.  Miss,  student  University,  res  S  s  University 
av  nr  Choate,  B. 

Jones  Montgomery,  calker  W.  D.  Co. 

Jones  Myron  H.,  storekeeper  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  W  s  Camp- 
bell bet  Chase  and  Taylor 

Jones  Orrin  B.,  builder,  res  N  s  Eighteenth  nr  West 

Jones  R.  H.,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 

Jones  Sarah  B.,  widow,  res  807  Jefferson 

Jones  Susan,  dressmaker,  res  490  Laurel 

Jones  Susan,  with  California  Watch  Co. 

Jones  Thomas,  painter  W\  D.  Co. 

Jones  Thomas  A.,  painter,  res  S  s  Nineteenth  bet  Castro  and 
Brush 

Jones  Thomas  B.,  compositor  Transcript,  res  cor  Sixteenth 
and  Jefferson 

Jones  Walter  B.,  student  University 

Jones  W.  E.,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  William  and  Bay 

Jones  W.  Henry,  foreman  with  J.  C.  Trescott,  405  Twelfth 

Jones  William,  laborer,  W  s  Shattuck  nr  University  av,  B. 

Jones  William  C,  res  N  s  Eighth  nr  Grove 

Jones  William  Carey,  recorder  of  the  Faculty,  University,  B. 

Jones  William  D.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Eighteenth  bet  Brush 
and  West 

Jones  William  H.,  stableman  Dexter  Stable,  res  S  s  Four- 
teenth nr  Franklin 

Jones  William  L.  Rev.,  res  W  s  Campbell  nr  Taylor 

JORDAN  BROS.  (Moses  S.  and  J.  C.  Jordan)  carpenters 
and  builders,  403  Tenth 

Jordan  Frank  C,  clerk  The  Real  Estate  Union 

Jordan  Henry  S.,  harnessmaker  with  James  Lentell,  res  163 
Seventh 

Jordan  John  C.  (Jordan  Bros.)  res  403  Tenth 

Jordan  Joseph  W.  (Clayton  &  Co.,  S.  F.)  res  NW  cor  East 
24th  and  Thirteenth  av 

Jordan  Kate,  domestic,  N  s  Walton  nr  Telegraph  av 

Jordan  Moses  S.  (Jordan  Bros.)  res  SW  cor  Sixth  and  Har- 
rison 

Jordan  William,  bookkeeper,  res  476  Twelfth 

JORDAN  WILLIAM  H.,  manager  The  Real  Estate  Union, 
921  Broadway,  res  958  Eighth 

Jorey  John,  shoemaker  with  Buckingham  &  Hecht  (S.  F.) 
res  E  s  Center  nr  Sixteenth 

Jorey  Joseph  H.,  res  S  s  Eighth  bet  Peralta  and  Campbell 

Jorey  William  E.,  student  University,  res  Center  and  Fif- 
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Jorey  William  J.,  res  S  s  Eighth  bet  Peralta  and  Campbell 

Joseph  Anton,  laborer  with  Babcock  &  Gould,  res  360  Third 

Joseph  Joseph,  laborer,  res  1837  Grove 

Josephei  S.  T.  Mrs.,  res  266  Eleventh 

Josephs  P.  A.,  bookkeeper,  res  572  Fourth 

Josephs  Peter,  plasterer,  res  572  Fourth 

Josselyn  Andrew,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  Fifth  and  Henry 

Josselyn  George  W.,  carpenter  Oakland  Point  Planing  Mill, 
res  cor  Seventh  and  Washington 

JOURNAL  COMPANY  (Wiemeyer,  Schutt  &  Schmitt) 
publishers  and  proprietors  Oakland  Journal  (German 
weekly)  866  Broadway 

Joy  A.  Mrs.,  widow,  res  469  Tenth 

Joyce  John,  machinist  Gal.  Watch  Co. 

Joyce  Margaret,  cook,  N  s  Fifth  bet  Linden  and  Filbert 

Judah  M.  B.  Mrs.,  res  166  Tenth 

Judcl  Charles  E.,  carpenter,  res  cor  Eighth  and  Chester 

Judge  Police  Court,  A.  H.  Jayne,  office  5  City  Hall 

Judge  Third  District  Court,  8.  B.  McKee,  Court  House, 
room  2 

Judge  William,  laborer,  res  foot  Broadway 

Judson  John  M.,  clerk  with  Charles  L.  Taylor,  res  Central 
Pacific  Hotel 

Judson  William  F.,  carpenter,  res  577  Eighth 

Judy  A.  C,  painter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  717  Fifth 

JUERGENS  JOHN  H.,  proprietor  Butcher's  Retreat,  SW 
cor  San  Pablo  and  Union  avs 

Julian  John  S.,  farmer,  res  NW  cor  Eighth  and  Chester 

Julian  Minnie  E.  Miss,  res  NW  cor  Eighth  and  Chester 

Julian  V.  C,  res  NW  cor  Eighth  and  Chester 

JulienG.  B.,  res  E  s  Broadway  bet  Twenty-fifth  and  Twen- 
ty-sixth 

Juline  Nils  S.  (D.  F.  Richards  &  Co.)  res  1712  Telegraph  av 

Jull  William,  junk  dealer,  res  869  East  15th 

Jungerman  E.  &  Co.  (Edward  and  Julius  L.  Jungerman) 
wholesale  butchers,  SW  cor  Twenty-first  and  Brush 

Jungerman  Edward  (E.  Jungerman  &  Co.)  res  SW  cor  Twen- 
ty-first and  Brush 

Jungerman  Julius  L.  (E.  Jungerman  &  Co.)  res  SW  cor 
Twenty-first  and  Brush 

Jurgen  &  Bent  (Charles  Jurgen  and  Wm.  Bent)  groceries 
and  general  merchandise,  W  s  Telegraph  av  opp  Hum- 
boldt Park,  Temescal 

Jurgen  Charles  (Jurgen  &  Bent)  and  liquor  and  billiard  sa- 
loon, 409-411  Twelfth,  res  1116  Broadway 

Jurgen's  Block,  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Thirteenth 


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Jurgerwitz  Johann,  res  NE  cor  Twenty-first  avand  East  14th 
Justice  Patterson  E.,  res  E  s  Vernon  nr  Maple,  Ternescal 
Justices  of  the  Peace,  James  Lentell,  NW  cor  Eleventh  and 

Franklin,    Wm.  M.    Graham,    470    Seventh,    and  Wm. 

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Kaag  Charles,  1644  Myrtle 

Kaas  H.  Peter,  gilder  with  Lutz  &  Berg,  res  669  Webster 

Kadel  Barbara  Mrs.,  res  SE  cor  Sixteenth  and  Brush 

Kaese  &  Bode  (August  Kaese  and  Christian  Bode)  gun- 
smiths, locksmiths  and  bell  hangers,  419  Tenth 

Kaese  August  (Kaese  &  Bode)  res  1422  San  Pablo  av 

Kaiser  Martin,  upholsterer,  423  Tenth 

Kallenberg  Emil,  barber  with  E.  Mosca,  res  Fifth  bet  Cen- 
ter and  Chester 

Kallstrom  Herman,  pilot,  res  N  s  Eighth  nr  Willow 

Kallstrom  Louise  Miss,  res  N  s  Eighth  nr  Willow 

Kalmbach  Daniel,  fireman  C.  P.  B.  B. 

Kane  D.,  engineer  C.  P.  B.  B. 

Kane  Frank,  bartender  with  J.  J.  Hanifin,  res  519  Sixth 

Kane  John  J.,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  Market  and  Fifteenth 

Kane  Katie,  domestic,  758  Tenth 

Kane  Mary,  chambermaid  Bellevue  House 

Kane  Michael,  coachman,  919  Adeline 

Kane  Michael,  hostler,  res  1364  Twelfth 

Kane  Patrick,  laborer,  res  708  Park 

Kane  Patrick,  laborer,  res  E  s  Henry  nr  Fifth 

Kane  Thomas,  laborer,  res  224  Fifth 

Karnes  —  Mrs.,  widow,  res  1772  Seventh 

Karney  Kate,  domestic,  S  s  Merrimac  pi  nr  Webster 

Kastens  Henry  C,  engineer  with  Shuster  &  Niehaus,  res  cor 
Fourth  and  Addison,  W.  B. 

Kay  George,  plasterer,  res  E  s  Adeline  nr  Thirtieth 

Kay  Joseph,  bricklayer,  res  N  s  Delaware  nr  Seventh,  W.B. 

Kays  Jesse,  cook,  res  607  Sixth 

Kearins  Timothy,  laborer,  res  961  Third 

Kearney  F.,  machinist  C.  P.  B.  B.,  res  Bailroad  Exchange 
Hotel 

Kearney  John,  farmer,  res  E  s  Audubon  nr  D wight  way,  B. 

Kearney  Martin,  shoemaker  with  Thomas  Kearney,  res  W  s 
Telegraph  av  nr  Fiftieth,  Temescal 

Kearney  Martin  F.,  machinist  C.  P.  B.  B.,  res  Bailroad 
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Kearney  Thomas,   boots  and  shoes,    W  s  Telegraph  av  nr 

Fiftieth,  Temescal 
Kearon  Robert  E.,  operator  W.  U.  Tel.  Co.,  res  1011  Web- 
ster 
Keating  Catherine  M.  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Castro  nr  Twentieth 
Keating  Mary,  domestic,  NW  cor  Telegraph  av  and  Knox  pi 
Keating  Michael,  painter  W.  D.  Co. 
Keating  Sarah,  domestic  with  Jonas  M.  Walker 
Keating  William,  horshoer  with  M.  Casey  &  Son,  res  Fourth 

bet  Franklin  and  Webster 
Keating  William,    shipwright  and  groceries,  N  s  Sixteenth 

nr  Kirkham 
Keating  William  J.,   res   W  s   Castro   bet   Nineteenth  and 

Twentieth 
Keef  D.,  wiper  C.  P.  E.  R. 
Keefe  John,  groceries  and  liquors,  SW  cor  Twenty-fifth  and 

Broadway 
Keefe  John,  teamster,  res  677  Twenty-sixth 
Keefer  George,  coiner  U.  S.  Mint  (S.  F.)  res  N  s  Fifteenth 

nr  Clay 
Keefer  Jesse  R.,  clerk  with  Geo.  W.  Swan  &  Co.  (S.  F.)  res 

N  s  Fifteenth  bet  Clay  and  Jefferson 
Keefer  W.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  264  Fifth 
Keefer  William  M.,  res  N  s  Fifteenth  bet  Clay  and  Jefferson 
Keeffe  Jeremiah,  miner,  res  cor  Thirty-sixth  and  Magnolia 
Keegan  Timothy,  laborer,  res  E  s  Adeline  nr  Twenty-fourth 
Keel  William,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Third  nr  Adeline 
Keele  R,,  widow,  res  1161  Third 
Keely  David,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Keenan  Anna,  domestic,  1033  Adeline 
Keene  Charles  W,  real  estate,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Keep  Hattie  A.  Miss,  res  1156  Broadway 
Kehoe  Lawrence,  car  cleaner  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  SW  cor  Clay 

and  Fourth 
Keiser  Anton,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  E  s  Cedar  bet  Seventh 

and  William 
Keith  John,   machinehand  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  705 

Castro 
Keleher  Lizzie,  domestic,  668  Sixteenth 
Kelleher  Alfred,  teacher  vocal  music,  res  178  Tenth 
Kelleher   Patrick,    blacksmith   with   Sohst  Bros.,    res  168 

Seventh 
Kelleher  Patrick,  flagman  Alameda  crossing  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res' 

W  s  Alice  bet  Second  and  Third 
Keller  Fred,   garden,  saloon  and  res  junction  Shattuck  and 

Telegraph  av,  Temescal 


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OAKLAND     [  K  ]    DIRECTORY.  267 

Keller  Henry  D.,  farmer,  res  cor  Thirtieth  and  Filbert 

Keller  Patrick,  coachman,  Webster  bet  Matthew  and  John 

Kelley  C.  G.  Mrs.,  res  763  Eighth 

Kelley  Ida  Mrs.,  with  E.  Hook 

Kelley  James  J.,  plumber,  res  SE  cor  Second  and   Webster 

Kelley  John,  tapper  Contra  Costa  Water  Co. 

Kelley  Joseph,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  W  s  Willow  nr 
Chase 

Kelley  J.  R.,  painter,  res  El  Dorado  House 

Kelley  Michael,  laborer,  res  1001  Franklin 

Kelley  Patrick,  laborer,  res  955  Third 

Kelley  Zeno,  real  estate,  res  727  Eighth 

Kelligan  Robert,  contractor  and  builder,  res  N  s  Laurel  bet 
Telegraph  av  and  Grove 

Kellogg  Charles  W.,  with  Tubbs  &  Co.  (S.  F.)  res  NW  cor 
Fifteenth  and  Grove 

Kellogg  F.  M.,  clerk  (S.  F.)  res  817  Brush 

Kellogg  H.  D.,  res  817  Brush 

Kellogg  Isaac  W.,  house  painter,  res  W  s  Jefferson  bet  Fif- 
teenth and  Sixteenth 

Kellogg  James,  res  912  East  6th 

Kellogg  Martin,  A.M.,  dean  and  professor  ancient  languages 
University,  res  E  s  Bushnell  nr  University  av,  B. 

KELLOGG  M.  D.  MRS.,  florist,  Clinton  Station,  E.  O.,  res 
912  Sixth  av 

Kellogg  Ralph,  real  estate,  res  379  Fifth 

Kellogg  Sheldon  I.,  capitalist,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Kellogg  Sheldon  I.  jr.  (John  M.  Lawlor  &  Co.)  res  Tubbs' 
Hotel 

Kellum  A.  B.,  carpenter,  res  SW  cor  Seventh  and  Pine 

Kellum  E.  M.,  shipwright  W  D.  Co.,  res  Soracco  House 

Kelly  C.  H.,  engineer  Samm's  Flouring  Mill 

Kelly  Charles,  marble  polisher,  res  Walton  nr  Telegraph  av 

Kelly  Charles  M.,  carpenter,  res  706  Webster 

Kelly  E.  J.  (E.  J.  Kelly  &  Co.)  res  660  Ninth 

KELLY  E.  J.  &  CO.  (E.  J.  and  John  B.  Kelly)  real  estate 
agents,  414  Seventh 

Kelly  Eliza  R.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  1661  Eighth 

Kelly  George  M.,  clerk  with  D.  Rathjen,  resNW  cor  Jeffer- 
son and  Fifth 

Kelly  James,  cooper,  res  716  Fifth 

Kelly  James  F.,  carver  W.  D.  Co.,  res  William  bet  Pine 
and  Cedar 

Kelly  James  F.,  marble  cutter  with  J.  Sullivan,  res  Broad- 
way bet  Twenty-first  and  Twenty-second 

Kelly  James  F.,  laborer,  res  E  s  Adeline  bet  First  and  Third 


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Kelly  John,  laborer,  res  759  Market 

Kelly  John,  molder,  res  660  Ninth 

Kelly  John,  plasterer,  res  "VVinthrop  House 

Kelly  John  B.  (E.  J.  Kelly  &  Co.)  res  826  Franklin 

Kelly  Joseph,  musician,  res  920  Franklin 

Kelly  Kate  Miss,  telegraph  operator,  res  1661  Eighth 

Kelly  Katie  A.,  domestic,  cor  Eighteenth  and  San  Pablo  av 

Kelly  Luke  C,  paying  teller  (S.  F.)  res  630  Ninth 

Kelly  Mary,  -widow,  res  N  s  Goss  nr  Cedar 

Kelly  Mary  Miss,  res  660  Ninth 

Kelly  Michael,  field  assistant  City  engineer,  res  660  Ninth 

Kelly  Michael,  laborer,  res  Eagle  House 

Kelly  Michael  M.,  boilermaker  C.  P.  E.  K.,  res  1661  Eighth 

Kelly  P.  T.,  shoemaker,  res  552  East  11th 

Kelly  Kobert,  carver  W.  D.  Co.,  res  1766  Eighth 

Kelly  Rose  Mrs.,  res  660  Ninth 

Kelly  Thomas,  distributor  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Kelly  Thomas,  laborer,  res  804  Castro 

Kelly  Thomas,  plasterer,  res  Winthrop  House 

Kelly  Thomas  F.,  machinist,  res  552  East  11th 

Kelly  William,  laborer,  res  SW  cor  B  and  Ettie 

Kelly  William,  tailor,  res  Eland  House 

Kelly  William  P.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  William  bet  Wood  and 
Willow 

Kelsch  George,  bartender  with  David  Wemmer,  res  416 
Eighth 

Kelsey  Bryant,  real  estate,  res  765  Fourteenth 

Kelsey  Clara  E.  Miss,  student  University 

Kelsey  Frank  M.,  student  University 

Kelsey  House  and  Cottages,  A.  de  Leo  de  Laguna,  propri- 
etor, W  s  Telegraph  av  bet  Twenty-third  and  Twenty- 
fourth 

Kelsey  John,  farmer,  res  E  s  Audubon  S  of  Asylum 

Kelsey  John  A.,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Kelsey  Melville,  insurance  agent  (S.  F.)  res  765  Fourteenth 

Kelsey  Melville  A.,  res  765  Fourteenth 

Kelsey  Noah  (Sanford,  Kelsey  &  Co.)  res  NW  cor  William 
and  Telegraph  av 

Kelsey  Stables,  B.  E.  Farwell  proprietor,  Telegraph  av  bet 
Twenty-third  and  Twenty-fourth 

KELSEY  W.  F.,  proprietor  Kelsey's  Nurseries,  res  S  s  Syc- 
amore nr  Telegraph  av 

KELSEY'S  NURSERIES,  W.  F.  Kelsey  proprietor,  W  s 
Telegraph  av  bet  Laurel  and  Sycamore,  depot  SE  cor 
Seventh  and  Washington 

Kelton  Alanson  K.,  master  mariner,  res  328  Second 


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OAKLAND    [  K  ]    DIRECTORY.  269 

Kelton  E.  A.,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  1354  Eighth 
Kelton  John  P.,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  bet  Telegraph  and  San 

Pablo  avs 
Kelton  Milford,  with  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res  cor  Second 

and  Webster 
Kelton  William,  res  328  Second 
Kemp  William  H.,  carpenter,  res  527  Seventh 
Kempfiel  Frank,  cabinetmaker  with  C.  L.  Taylor,  res  S  s 

Eighth  bet  Washington  and  Clay 
Kempkey  Augustus,  salesman  with  Stone  &  Hayden  (S.  F.) 

res  225  Second 
Kendall   Alpheus,  stairbuilder  W.  D.  Co.,   res   Taylor   bet 

Wood  and  Willow 
Kendall  Charles  B.,  agent  Globe  Gaslight  Co.  (S.  F.)  res  S 

s  Prospect  pi  nr  Telegraph  av 
Kendall  Jerome  F.,  bookkeeper,  res  SW  cor  Fifth  av  and 

East  9th 
Kendall  J.  K.,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Kendell  Nellie  E.  Miss,  retoucher  with  William  B.  Inger- 

soll,  res  S  s  Fifteenth  bet  Clay  and  Jefferson 
Kendrick  Gorham  S.,  watchmaker  Cal.  Watch  Co.,  res  SW 

cor  Bristol  and  Fifth,  W.  B. 
Kendrick  William,  teamster  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Tel- 
egraph road  and  Clifton,  Temescal 
Kenfield  Edgar  D.,  clerk  with  J.  W.  Davidson  &  Co.  (S.  F.) 

res  571  Caledonia 
Kennealy  Jeremiah,  tailor  with  M.  J.  Healey,  res  1752  Tele- 
graph av 
Kennealy  William  R.,  clerk  with  J.  D.  Evans,  res  NE  cor 

Telegraph  av  and  Twenty -fifth 
Kennedy  Franklin,  driver  with  William  Kennedy 
Kennedy  James,  carpenter  with  Thomas  W.  Badger 
Kennedy  Kate,  domestic,  NW  cor  Twelfth  and  Castro 
Kennedy  Leonard  W.,  res  Central  Pacific  Hotel 
Kennedy  Mary,  chambermaid  Knox  House 
Kennedy  Mary  A.  Mrs.,  seamstress,  res  707  Fifth 
Kennedy  Michael,  laborer,  res  417  Seventh 
Kennedy  P.  M.,  carpenter,  res  707  Fifth 
Kennedy  Thomas,  blacksmith  with  Galvin  &  Lebrecht,  res 

Third  nr  Adeline 
Kennedy  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  Eland  House 
Kennedy  William,  carpenter,  res  707  Fifth 
Kennedy  William,  milk  dairy,  res  S  s  East  14th  nr  Park 
Kennedy  William  W.,  res  922  Third 
Kennedy  W.  W.,  gasfitter,  res  Overland  House 
Kennedy  — ,  res  N  s  Fifth  bet  Jackson  and  Madison 


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OAKLAND     [  K  ]    DIRECTORY, 


Kenney  Jane  Mrs.,  tailoress  with  Jacob  Letter,  res  1511 

Seventh 
Kenney  M.,  widow,  res  W  s  Adeline  bet  Fifth  and  Seventh 
Kenney  Martin,  gardener,  res  cor  Peralta  and  Union 
KENNEY  MARY  F.  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  811  Washington 
Kenney  M.  H.  Mrs.,  res  1207  Broadway 
Kenney  Owen,  waiter  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Kenney  Thomas,  farmer.  Kelsey  House 
Kennif  Richard,  laborer,  res  Wood  bet  Taylor  and  Seward 
Kennison  J.  L.,  bricklayer,  res  Eureka  Hotel 
Kent  Alexander  J.,  painter,  res  729  Myrtle 
Kent  Alice,  domestic  with  S.  J.  Gower 
Kent  Bell  Miss,  teacher  Lincoln  Grammar  School,  res  cor 

Thirteenth  av  and  East  15th 
Kent  Daniel  M.,  bookkeeper  with  Cal.   Immigrant  Union, 

res  763  Jackson 
Kent  Perez,  carpenter,  res  1436  Twelfth 
Kent  R.  F.,  stockbroker  (S.  F.)  res  561  Eighth 
Kent  Richard  B.,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  N  s  Merced  bet 

Racine  and  Shattuck,  N.  Temescal 
Kent  Thomas  R.,  porter,  res  162  Seventh 
Kenter  A.  E.  Mrs.,  res  616  East  12th 

Kercheval  John  H.,  bookkeeper  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  E  s  Frank- 
lin bet  Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth 
Kerigan  John,  laborer,  res  667  Seventh 
Kerlin  Edward,  clerk  (S.  F.)  res  1273  San  Pablo  av 
Kerlin  L.  E.  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  1273  San  Pablo  av 
Kerney  Patrick,  expressman,  cor  Broadway  and  Seventh,  res 

486  Laurel 
Kerns  Martin,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  cor  Seventeenth  av 

and  East  12th 
Kerr  Eugene  M.,   carpenter,   res  NE  cor  Eleventh  av  and 

East  18th 
Kerr  John  G.,  physician,  res  W  s  Twelfth  av  bet  East  15th 

and  East  16th 
Kerr  Lucien  C,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Kerr  May  I.,  res  NE  cor  Sixth  av  and  East  10th 
Kerr  Thomas  J.,  res  NE  cor  East  18th  and  Eleventh  av 
Kerran  William,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Pullman  House 
Kersch  Francis,  res  cor  Kennedy  and  Livingston 
Kerwin  Minnie,  domestic,  463  Thirteenth 
Kerwin  Thomas,  laborer,   res  SE  cor  Twenty-seventh  and 

Grove 
Kesler  Frederick,  atty-at-law,  res  E  s  Wood  nr  William 
Kesler  James,  driver  with  Thomas  &  Anderson,  res  S  s  Four- 
teenth nr  Franklin 


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J.  S.  G.  Gordon  delivers  Ice,  Soda  and  Cider.     Depot,  469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND     [X]    DIRECTORY.  271 

Kester  Levi  B.  (McMillan  &  Kester,  S.  F.)  res  S  s  Division 
bet  Wood  and  Pine 

Key er  John,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Railroad  Exchange 
Hotel 

Keyes  Clementina,  res  771  Washington 

KEYES  JAMES,  gang  foreman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  NW  cor 
Fifth  and  Center 

Keyes  James  F.,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  Second  and  Webster 

Keyes  John,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Fifth  bet  Chester 
and  Henry 

Keyes  Merlin,  compositor  Daily  Evening  Tribune,  res  771 
Washington 

Keyser  Anton,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Cedar  nr  Seventh 

Kibbe  George  R.,  student  University 

Kiel  Charles  (W.  Falke  &  Co.)  res  1808  Grove 

Kihlmeyer  Louis,  res  807  Washington 

Kilborn  A.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and 
Wood 

Kilbourn  Walter,  stocks,  res  627  Tenth 

Kilbourne  H.,  engineer,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 

Kilday  James,  car  cleaner  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Kile  David,  painter,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 

Kiley  Thomas,  painter,  res  758  Brush 

Killion  Jame3,  laborer,  res  607  Franklin 

Killoran  Bridget,  cook,  N  s  Caledonia  av  nr  Grove 

Kilpatrick  David,  tailor  with  S.  Francis,  res  510  Fifth 

Kimball  Albeit  A.,  carpenter,  res  966  Castro 

Kimball  Charles  B.,  contractor  and  builder,  res  W  s  Frank- 
lin nr  Durant 

Kimball  E.,  with  Oakland  Planing  Mill 

Kimball  Erastus  N.,  carpenter,  res  Ns  Logan  nrSan  Pablo  av 

Kimball  Harlow,  res  1370  Brush 

Kimball  Henry  H.,  res  N  s  Eighteenth  bet  Brush  and  West 

Kimball  James,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  Wash- 
ington Hotel 

Kimball  James  H.,  proprietor  Mansion  House,  NE  cor  Fif- 
teenth av  and  East  12th 

Kimball  L.  W.,  builder,  res  1023  West 

Kimball  Mary  S.,  principal  Swett  School,  res  cor  East  20th 
and  Thirteenth  av 

Kimball  Minnie  T.,  Miss,  teacher  Durant  School,  res  N  s 
Plymouth  av  bet  Telegraph  av  and  Broadway 

Kimble  Jeremiah  W.,  tinsmith  with  J.  G.  Anderson,  res 
262  Twelfth 

Kime  Albert  W.,  upholsterer  with  Christian  Schreiber,  res 
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Kinie  James  H.,  carpenter,  res  668  Elm 

Kindgren  Christian  W.,  painter,  res  Lincoln  bet  Twenty- 
eighth  and  Twenty-ninth 

Kindleberger   Frank   M.,    confectioneiw,    309  Twelfth,    res   [ 
Thirteenth  bet  Webster  and  Franklin 

Kindler  A.,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 

KING  &  WILLIAMS  (Geo.  A.  King  and  Thos.  S.  Wil- 
liams)  blacksmiths  and  carriage  and  wagon  manufactu- 
rers,  414  Eleventh 

King  Andrew,  laborer,  res  815  Filbert,  rear 

King  Anna  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Eleventh  nr  Center 

King  Anna  Mrs.,  ladies'  hairdresser,  res  357  Eighth 

King  Benjamin  C.,  carpenter,  res  834  Franklin 

King  Catherine,  cook,  1051  Market 

King  Charles  E.,  painter,  res  369  Eighth 

King  George  A.  (King  &  Williams)  res  513  Ninth 

King  George  W.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Eighth  nr  Willow 

King  Henry,  printer,  res  N  s  William  bet  Bay  and  Cedar 

King  Henry  C.,  carpenter,  res  SW  cor  Chester  and  Eighth 

King  Henry  L,  jr.,  clerk  with  W.  F.  &  Co.  (S.  F.)  res  770 
Tenth 

King  James,  carpenter,  resEs  Cedar  betWilliam  and  Atlantic 

King  James,  hostler  with  G.  W.  Stephenson 

King  J.  C,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  S.  F. 

King  John  C,  cabinetmaker  with  H.  &  J.  Pantoskey 

King  Joseph,  coachman  with  J.  Mora  Moss 

King  J.  W.,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co. 

King  Lizzie  Miss,  res  E  s  Broadway  nr  Moss  av 

King  Malcolm  G.,  civil  engineer  and  surveyor,  1004  Broad- 
way, rooms  8-9 

King  Manuel,  laborer,  res  W  s  Haven  nr  Peralta 

King  Marcus  L.,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co.,  res  1054  Third 

King  Martin  P.,  laborer,  res  Overland  House 

King  Matthew,  nursery,  N  s  Laurel  bet  Telegraph  av  and 
Broadway 

King  M.  F.,  carpenter,  res  519  Eighth 

King  Michael,  laborer,  res  E  s  Kirkham  nr  Seventh 

KING  MICHAEL  REV.,  pastor  Church  of  the  Immaculate 
Conception,  res  860  Seventh 

King  Nelson,  furnished  rooms,  SW  cor  Sixth  and  Harrison 

King  Sarah  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  519  Eighth 

King  S.  H.,  laborer,  res  608  Fourth 

King  Susan,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

King  Thomas,  cook  Oakland  Ferry,  res  S.  F. 

King  Thomas  J.,  clerk  with  J.  S.  Crosley,  res  N  s  Seven- 
teenth nr  San  Pablo  av 

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OAKLAND     [K] 

DIRECTORY. 

273 

King  William,  wharfinger  (S.  F.)  res  E  s  Myrtle  nr  Twenty- 
eighth 
King  William  E.,  bookkeeper  with  Thomas  k  Anderson,  res 

Sixth  nr  Harrison 
King  William  H.  Mrs.,  magnetic  healer,  res  719  Sixth 
King  William  J.,  butcher  with  Hayes,  Carrick  &   Co.,  res 

Roff's  Hotel 
King  — ,  carpenter,  res  409  Ninth 
Kingman  M.  V.  Mrs.,  teacher   Prescott    Grammar    School, 

res  809  Washington 
Kingsbury  Hubert  M.,  clerk  with  Steere  &   Colby,  res  SE 

cor  Thirteenth  av  and  East  12th 
Kingsbury  W.  V.,  miner,  res  811  Brush 
Kingshott  Richard,  carpenter,  res  915  Third 
Kingsland  J.  G.,  student  University,  res  SW  cor  East  10th 

and  Seventh  av 
Kingsland  T.  G.,  clerk  with  Weston  &  Welch,  res    SW  cor 

East  10th  and  Seventh  av 
Kingston   George,  laborer   Oakland   Paving  Co.,   res   N   s 

Fifth  bet  Filbert  and  Linden 
Kingston  Paul,  laborer,  res  417  Seventh 
Kingston    Richard,    laborer     C.   P.   R.   R.,  res   N  s  Fifth 

bet  Filbert  and  Linden 
Kiniry  John,  res  319  Fifth 
Kinkade  Letitia,  teacher  Franklin  Grammar  School,  res  501 

Post  (S.  F.) 
Kinkead  William  M.,  fruit  and  vegetables,  NE  cor  Broad- 
way and  Fifth,  res  364  Second 
Kinnear  J.  S.,  foreman  sash  and  blind  dept  Oakland  Mill, 

res  661  Washington 
Kinsey  Charles  W.  (Lyon  &  Kinsey)  res  528  Ninth 
Kinsman  William,  school  teacher,  res  Winsor  House 
Kirby  R.  J.,  carpenter,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 
Kirchheiner  Henry,  proprietor  Pacific   Candy  Manufactory, 

1007  Broadway,  res  N  s  Edwards  nr  Telegraph  av 
Kirchheiner  John  Henry,  candy  manufacturer,  store  and  res 

629  East  12th 
Kirchhofer  Emily,  domestic,  SE  cor  Telegraph  and  Moss  avs 
Kirchhoff  Amuel,  manufacturer  artificial  stone,  320  Third 
Kirchhoff  Albert,  boatman,  res  658  Franklin 
Kirchhoff  Bros.  (Charles  and  Conrad   Kirchhoff)  groceries 

and  liquors,  NE  cor  First  and  Franklin 
Kirchhoff  Charles  (Kirchhoff  Bros.)  res  NE  cor  First  and 

Franklin 
Kirchhoff  Conrad  (Kirchhoff  Bros.)   res  NE  cor  First  and 
Franklin 


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Kirk  George,  inspector  Oakland  Gas  Co.,  res  805  Jefferson 
Kirk   George  A.,   carpenter  with  Jordan  Bros.,    res   1003 

Webster 
Kirk  Maggie  Miss,  folder  Pacific  Press,  res  523  Eighth 
KIRK  O.  C.}  stoves,  tinware,  gasfitting,  plumbing  and  metal 

roofing,  store  and  res  315  East  12th 
Kirk  William,  architect,  954  Broadway,   res  Fourteenth  nr 

Adeline 
Kirk  William  H.,  student  with  William  Kirk,  res  Fourteenth 

nr  Adeline 
Kirkaldie  Herman,  res  S  s  Cleveland  av  nr  Telegraph  av 
Kirkendall  William,   feather  renovator,   res  W  s  Eighth  av 

bet  East  15th  and  East  16th 
Kirkham  Ralph  W.  res  58  Eighth 
Kirkness  S.  A.  P.  Mrs.,  teacher  music,  805  Henry 
Kirkpatrick  Samuel,  clerk,  res  466  Twelfth 
Kirning  John,  porter  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Kirschner  Franz,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Kirsteller  Jacob,    butcher  with  Thomas  Heckman,   res  514 

East  15th 
Kirwick  Michael,  teamster  with  Remillard  &  Bros.,  res  cor 

Second  and  Clay 
Kish  Albert,  tailor  with  Jacob  Letter,  res  N  s  Twelfth  bet 

Wood  and  Willow 
Kiszler  Henry,  res  S  s  Tenth  bet  Center  and  Cypress 
Klee  Henry,  engineer  Oakland  Brewery 
Klee  Henry,  gardener,  res  724  Linden 
Kleemann  William,  paper  collar  manufacturer  (S.  F.)  res  cor 

Seventh  and  Campbell 
Kleupfer  Frederick,  plasterer,  res  224  Fourth 
Kley  Frances,  domestic,  1382  Telegraph  av 
Klose  Charles,  butcher  with  P.  Swords,  res  cor  Forty -ninth 

and  Telegraph  av,  Temescal 


TINNING,   PLUMBING,   GAS -FITTING 

And  Metal  Roofing  done  in  all  their  branches, 

315  East  Twelfth  Street,  East  Oakland- 


Gas  Fixtures,  Pumps  oi  all  Kinds,  Stoves  and  Ranges.    Jobbing;,  etc. 


PIFRSVIfiNT    HfiTFI    HAS  BEEN  TH0R0UGHLY  RENOVATED,  and  now  offers 


great  attractions  to  the  public  as  a  POPULAR  RESORT. 


Napa  Soda  is  recommended  by  physicians  for  healthful  drinking. 


OAKLAND     [£]    DIRECTORY.  275 

Klose  Christian  A.,  editor  The  Pacific  (S.  F.)  res  417  East 

14th 
Kluegel  Charles  H.,  surveyor,  res  Fourteenth  bet  Adeline 

and  Linden 
Kluegel  Ferdinand,  res  1132  Adeline 

Klumpp  &  Allard   (Fred.   Klumpp  and  Aldei  Allard)  car- 
riage and  wagonmakers,  S  s  Third  nr  Broadway 
Klumpp  Fred.  (Klumpp  &  Allard)  res  N  s  First  bet  Brush 

and  Castro 
Knapp  Edwin  G.,  student  University 
Knapp  Sewell,  merchant,  res  1382  Webster 
Kneale  Benjamin,  blacksmith  and  wagonmaker,   shop  and 

res  E  s  Telegraph  road  nr  Summer,  Temescal 
Kneen  William,  assistant  foreman  Tribune,   res  E  s  Wash- 
ington bet  Twelfth  and  Thirteenth 
Kneier  George,  res  749  East  12th 
Kneisch  Jacob,  fringemaker  with  S.  Ettinger  (S.  F.)  res  454 

Twelfth 
Knewing  Fred.,  merchant  (S.  F.)  res  1520  Telegraph  av 
Knieb  Henry,  car  repairer  C.  P.  E.  K.,  res  769  East  12th 
Knight  Charles,  machinist,  res  N  s  Chase  nr  Cedar 
Knight  Edward  A.,  laborer  Oakland  Point  Planing  Mill,  res 

cor  Thirteenth  and  Franklin 
Knight  Frank  L.,  carpenter,  res  322  Eleventh 
Knight  Fred.  W.,  carpenter,  res  1309  Clay 
Knight  Nehemiah  R.,  clerk  with  B.   P.  Flint  &  Co.  (S.  F.) 

res  1110  Myrtle 
Knight  Samuel  Mrs.,  widow,  res  577  Twelfth 
Knight  W.  H.,  shipping,  res  1300  Webster 
Knights  of  Pythias  Hall,  1056  Broadway 
Knoche  Peter,  shoemaker,  res  NE  cor  Fourth  and  Franklin 
Knoll    John,    proprietor   Zimmerman's   Gardens,    NE    cor 

Second  and  Harrison 
Knott  Barton,  laborer  with  Z.  B.  Heywood,  &  Co.,  res  W  s 

Third  nr  University  av,  W.  B. 
Knott  Richard,  proprietor  Berkeley  House,  W  s  Third  nr 

University  av,  W.  B. 
Knowles  C.  C,  dentist  (S.  F.)  res  cor  Fourth  avand  East  9th 
Knowles  Charles  S.,  res  1055  Grove 
Knowles  C.  L.,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  1817  Goss 
Knowles  George  H.,    clerk   C.  P.  R.   R.,  res  S  s  East  15th 

bet  Eighteenth  and  Nineteenth  avs 
Knowles  John  R.,  tinsmith,  res  Linden  bet  Fifth  and  Seventh 
Knowles  Josiah  N.,  commission  merchant  (S.  F.)  res  1055 

Grove 
Knowles  Josiah  S.,  res  Linden  bet  Fifth  and  Seventh 


PILRFRT  &  HNNTFR  REAL  ESTATE  AND  insurance  agents. 


Office,  224  Montgomery  st.,  S.  F.,  or  Park  st.,  Alameda. 


BUY  YOUR  HOMESTEADS  OF  WOODWARD  &  TAGGART. 

276  OAKLAND     []£]    DIRECTORY. 

Knowles  Josiah  S.  jr.,   tinsmith,   res  Linden  bet  Fifth  and 

Seventh 
Knowles   Mary   Mrs.,   tinware,   etc.,  NW  cor   Eighth   and 

Washington,  res  Linden  bet  Fifth  and  Seventh 
Knowles  William  A.,  contractor,  res  666  Tenth 
Knowles  —  ,  res  Blake  House 
Knowlton  George,  with  Oakland  Point  Planing  Mill,  res  St. 

James  House 
Knowlton  N.  S.,  saloon,  cor  Seventh  and  Washington,  res 

Newland  House 
Knox  Henry  E.,  dentist  (S.  F.)  res  N  s  Merrimac  pi  nr  Tel- 
egraph av 
Knox  House,  I.  W.  Knox,  proprietor,  W  s  Telegraph  av  bet 

Twenty -fifth  and  Twenty-sixth 
Knox  I.  W.  (Palmer,  Knox  &  Co.,    S.  F.)   and  proprietor 

Knox  House,  res  Knox  House 
Knox  Justus,  res  Knox  House 
Knox  Oscar,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Knox  Thomas  E.,   plasterer,    res  W  s  Chapel  nr  Bancroft 

way,  B. 
Koch  Carrie,  domestic,  N  s  Dwight  way  nr  Audubon,  B. 
Koch  Charles,  gardener,  N  s  Dwight  way  nr  Audubon,  B. 
Koch  Gottlieb,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Forty-sixth  nr  Telegraph  av 
Koch  William,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Forty-sixth   nr  Telegraph 

av,  Temescal 
Kock  Peter  (Schultz  &  Kock)  res  NW  cor  Forty-fifth  and 

Telegraph  av 
Koenecke  H.,  boots  and  shoes,  914  Broadway,  res  SW  cor 

San  Pablo  av  and  Twenty-fifth 
KOENIG  &  BRINCKMANN  (A.  L.   Koenig  and  Edward 

Brinckmann)  real  estate  agents,  471  Seventh 
Koenig  A.  L.  (Koenig  &  Brinckmann)  res  755  Clay 
Kofoed  John  C.,  res  809  Sixteenth 
Kohl  M.  P.  Mrs.,  res  1376  Webster 
Kohler  &  Chase,  pianos,  organs  and  sheet  music,  Broadway 

bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth 
KOHLER  &  DODGE  (E.  F.  Kohler  and  C.  F.  Dodge)  real 

estate    and   insurance    agents,    NW   cor   Chester   and 

Seventh,  Kohler's  Block 
KOHLER  &  TONJES  (Wm.  Kohler  and  John  Tonjes)  pro- 
prietors Cal.  Saloon,  832  Broadway 
Kohler  A.  H.,  bootblack  with  Stulz  &  Schnelle,  1762  Seventh 
KOHLER  E.  F.,  wholesale  and  retail  wines  and  liquors, 

1502  Seventh  (and  Kohler  &  Dodge)  res  857  Chester 
Kohler  Frederick,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Kohler  Henry,  laundry,  1070  Fourteenth  av 


r°V«T  GOLDEN  GATE  and  the  BAY »™  PIEDMONT  SPRINGS. 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Napa  Soda  Springs,  469  Ninth  street. 


OAKLAND      [  ]£  ]    DIRECTORY.  277 

Kohler  William  (Kohler  &  Toiijes)  res  834  Broadway 

KOHLER'S  BLOCK,  NW  cor  Chester  and  Seventh 

KOHLER'S  HALL,  NW  cor  Chester  and  Seventh 

Kohn  H.,  harnessmaker  with  James  Lentell 

Kolb  Joseph,  carpenter,  res  1200  Seventh 

Kolbach  Joseph,  laborer,  res  St.  Louis  Hotel 

Kolbe  Peter,  bookkeeper  with  O.  Jans,  res  E  s  Chester  bet 

Tenth  and  Eleventh 
Komninu  George,  barber,  res  S  s  Seventh  bet  Wood  and 

Tine 
Konig  Claus  H.,  painter,  res  825  Lydia 
Koob  Adam,  proprietor   Cal.    Market,   1213  Broadway,  res 

1385  Telegraph  av 
KORNAHRENS  H.,  wines  and  liquors,   SE  cor  Broadway 

and  Tenth,  res  410  Tenth 
Kornahrens  Jacob,  res  410  Tenth 
Koster  Heinrich,   clerk  with  Herman  Koster,  res  SW  cor 

Fourth  and  Webster 
KOSTER  HERMAN,  wines,   liquors   and  cigars,    SW  cor 

Fourth  and  Webster 
Kraft  Ernst,  carpenter,  res  414  Fifth 
Kraft  Samuel,  clerk,  res  226  Ninth 

Krag  F.  W.,  machinehand  AV.  D.  Co.,  res  Lewis  nr  Seventh 
Krambs  Frederick,  tailor,  res  SE  cor  Fifth  and  Madison 
Kramer  Peter,  laborer,  res  N  s  Forty-ninth  nr  Telegraph  av 

KREPPER    BROS. 


Locksmiths    and    Cutlers. 

SAW  FILING. 


420  Eleventh  St.,  next  to  City  Market. 

: —— m 

REPAIRING  PARASOLS  and  UMBRELLAS  A  SPECIALTY. 

Keep  oil   hand  a  Large  Assortment  of  Pistols,    Guns  and   Ammunition. 


Pll  RFRT  £   HII^TFR    REAL  ESTATE  AND  insurance  agents. 


Office,  224  Montgomery  St..  S.  F.,  or  Park  st...  Alameda. 


WOODWARD  &  TAGGART  have  FARMS  and  RANCHES  for  Sale. 


278  OAKLAND    [  £  ]    DIRECTORY. 

KRAMM  &  DIEVES  (Charles  Kramm  and  Joseph  Dieves) 

proprietors  Oakland  Brewery,  cor  Telegraph  av  and  Du- 

rant,  office  cor  Ninth  and  Broadway 
Kramm  Charles  (Kramm  &  Dieves)  res  1414  Telegraph  av 
Krause  Charles  F.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Fifteenth  bet  Cypress 

and  Kirkham 
Krause  E.  F.,  poet,  res  Sunnyside  House 
Kreckel  Lewis,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 
Kreig  Henry,  butcher  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Kreinborg  Bernhard,  driver  Brooklyn  Brewery,  res  SW  cor 

Eighteenth  av  and  East  14th 
KREPPER  BROS.  (N.  and  P.  Krepper)   guns,  pistols  and 

cutlery,  420  Eleventh 
Krepper  N.  (Krepper  Bros.)  res  1053  Webster 
Krepper  P.  (Krepper  Bros.)  res  420  Eleventh 
Kretz  Anton,  laborer  with  G.    F.    Crist,   res  East  14th  bet 

Twentieth  and  Twenty-first  avs 
Kreutzfeldt  Samuel,  car  cleaner  C.   P.  R.  R.,   res  1675  At- 
lantic 
Kreyenhagen  E.,  res  458  Sixth 
Krieger  U.,  laborer,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 
Kriger  Charles,  gardener,  res  SE    cor  Twenty-fourth  and 

Myrtle 
Krimbel  Jacob,  furniture  and  cabinetmaker,   685  East  12th 
Kringelbach    Otto,    bookkeeper   with  Cadogan   &  Co.,  res 

Eleventh  av  bet  East  16th  and  East  17th 
Kroll  William  F.  (Martin,  Kroll  &  Co.,  and  Wood  &  Kroll) 

res  1010  Broadway 
Krufman  Tobias,  pedlar,  res  615  Sixth 

Krumb  Frederick,  tanner,  cor  East  12th  and  Eighteenth  av 
Kruse  John,  foreman  Oyster  Bed,  res  305  Second 
Kuenzi  J.  R.,  wood  turner,  res  405  Ninth 
Kuerzel  Robert,  wagonmaker  with  Sohst  Bros. 
Kuhne  A.  Mrs.,  res  838  Jackson 
Kumpf  Peter,  tinsmith  with  James  Dalziel,  res  W  s  Filbert 

nr  Thirtieth 
Kunast  Henry,  painter,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 
Kundurt  Fred.,  porter  Pacific  Press,  resS  s  Twenty-first  bet 

Brush  and  West 
Kundurt  Paul,  engineer  Pacific  Press,   res  S  s  Twenty-first 

bet  Brush  and  West 
Kunkel  Daniel,  res  SE  cor  Sixteenth  av  and  East  12th 
Kuntsche  Bertha,  domestic  with  Charles  Webb  Howard 
Kurtz  Benjamin  C,  with  J.  M.  Bradstreet&  Son  Co.  (S.F.) 

res  S  s  Fifteenth  bet  Clay  and  Jefferson 
Kurtz  John,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Eighth  nr  Chester 


'IFRMflNT    ^PRINP*?   A  BEAUTIFUL  DRIVE,  only  3  miles  from  OAKLAND. 


A.  D.  WHITNEY,  Proprietor. 


All  sizes  Refrigerators  and  Ice  Chests  for  sale  at  Gordon's. 


OAKLAND    [L]    DIRECTORY.  279 

Kuss  Peter,  painter,  res  S  s  Locust  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Kutzkau  Emil,  carver  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Seventh  nr  Wood 
Kweifel  Louise  Miss,  res  1160  Eighth 
Kweifel  Salome  Mrs.,  res  1160  Eighth 
Kydd  Alexander,  night  clerk  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Kyte  James  C,  carpenter,  res  364  Third 


L 

La  Caisse  Generale  (French  Insurance  Corporation)   B.  C. 

Dick  agent,  1004  Broadway 
La  Clede   House,    Mrs.    M.   E.    Shaw    proprietress,     1116 

Broadway 
La  Due  Joseph,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co. 
La  Mont  Thomas,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co. 
LAAGE  WILLIAM  (Miley  &  Laage)  res  411  Ninth 
Labrache  Narcisse,  carpenter,  res  675  Fourth 
Lacy  T.  J.  P.,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Ladley  C,  res  NE  cor  Third  and  Franklin 
Lafayette  School,  Mrs.  Ahbie  F.  Aldrich  principal,  TV  s  Jef- 
ferson bet  Eleventh  and  Twelfth 
Lafferty   &   Coursen    (Owen   Lafferty  and  E.   A.  Coursen) 

butchers  461  Third 
Lafferty  Owen  (Lafferty  &  Coursen)  res  362  First 
Lagan  Hugh  Bev.,  assistant  pastor  Church  of  the  Immacu- 
late Conception,  res  860  Seventh 
Laggan  John,  laborer,  res  TVinthrop  House 
Lagorio  John,  res  658  Myrtle 
Lagorio  Louis,    salesman   with   Camilloni   &  Co.,  res  658 

Myrtle 
Lahaye  Louis,  hunter,  res  361  First 
Lahr  Peter,  bootmaker  with  Hirshberg  &  Morrison,  res  665 

Washington 
Laidlaw  Alexander,  clerk  with  TValter  Laidlaw,  res  NE  cor 

Sixth  and  Brush 
Laidlaw  Frank,  clerk  with  Walter  Laidlaw,  res  NE  cor  Sixth 

and  Brush 
Laidlaw  Horace,  student  Taylor's  Business  College,  res  NE 

cor  Brush  and  Sixth 
Laidlaw  Murray,  student  Taylor's  Business  College,  res  NE 

cor  Tenth  and  Harrison 
LAIDLAW     WALTER,     proprietor    Mendocino    Lumber 

Yard,  SE  cor  Seventh  and  Brush,  res  NE  cor  Sixth  and 

Brush 
Lake  Edward  H.,  carpenter,  res  1633  Market 


Pll  RFRT  £  MHNTFR     AGENTS  F0R  SAN  FRANCISCO  AND  ALAMEDA  property, 


Office,  224  Montgomery  st.,  S.  F.,  or  Park  St.,  Alameda. 


Woodward  &  Tagg art--Desirable  Residence  Pro perty  for  Sale. 

280  OAKLAND    [L]    DIRECTORY. 

Lake  F.  A.,  machinist  California  Watch  Co.,  res  N  s  Uni- 
versity av  nr  Fifth,  W.  B. 

Lake  Fred,  letter  carrier,  res  1633  Market 

Lake  Merritt  Boat  House,  T.  M.  Blair  proprietor,  Twelfth- 
st  Bridge 

Lake  Thomas  (Tharsing  &  Lake)  res  1736  Seventh 

Lallement  Charles,  res  1718  Telegraph  av 

Lamar  George,  farmer,  res  829  Myrtle 

Lamar  J.  B.,  att}r-at-law,  res  829  Myrtle 

Lamb  Christopher,  stairbuilder  W.  D.  Co.,  res  437  Minna 
(S.  F.)    • 

Lamb  Edward,  laborer  Oakland  Gas  Co.,  res  315  Second 

Lamb  Horace  C,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Maple  nr  Temescal 

Lamb  James,  butcher  with  Prescott  &  Bemis,  res  cor  Fif- 
teenth av  and  East  14th 

Lamb  James,  pedlar,  res  E  s  Seventeenth  av  bet  East  14th 
and  East  15th 

Lamb  John,  carpenter  with  Power  &  Ough,  res  N  s  East 
14th  bet  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth  avs 

Lamb  Patrick,  driver  hose  cart  Brooklyn  Engine   Co.  No.  4 

Lamb  Peter,  painter,  res  cor  East  23d  and  Twentieth  av 

Lamb  Pierce,  student  University 

Lamb  Richard,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Prospect  pi  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Lambert  A.,  chief  cook  Winsor  House 

Lambert  Charles  H.,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  716  Filbert 

Lambert  James,  res  375  Fourth 

Lambert  James  A.,  farmer,  res  junction  Telegraph  road  and 
University  av,  B. 

Lambert  John  C,  farmer,  res  junction  College  and  Tele- 
graph avs,  B. 

Lambert  William,  office  616  Montgomery  (S.  F.)  res  821 
Sixteenth 

Lamey  George,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co. 

Lamoureux  David,  bookkeeper  with  Remillard  Bros.,  res 
cor  Second  and  Clay 

Lamoureux  P.  H.,  foreman  with  Bemillard  Bros,  res  cor 
Second  and  Clay 

LAMOUREUX  THEQPHLLUS  (Potrero  Brick  Yard)  res 
1055  Broadway 

Lampe  Charles,  carpenter,  res  NW  cor  Chapel  and  Bancroft 
way,  B. 

Lamping  P.  A.,  doorkeeper  U.  S.  Mint  (S.  F.)  res  577 
Eighth 

Lamping  Peter,  hackman  with  Newland  &  Pumyea,  res  cor 
Eighth  and  Jefferson 


PIEDMONT  SPRINGS" DWHITNEYPoprietor 


FIRST  CLASS  ACCOMMODATIONS  AT  ALL  HOURS. 


Drink  Napa  Soda  and  enjoy  life  and  health.     Agency,  469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND     |'L]    DIRECTORY. 


281 


Lamping  Timothy  M.,  policeman,  res  577  Eighth 

Lamson  G.  F.,  auctioner,  res  728  Eighth 

LANCASHIRE  INSURANCE  CO.,  W.  F.  Hichcock  agent, 
958  Broadway 

Lancaster  H.  B.,  Mrs.,  res  831  Cedar 

Lancaster  Henry,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Fifteenth  bet  Kirkham 
and  Cypress 

LANCASTER  THOMAS,  merchant  tailor,  917  Washing- 
ton, res  808  Grove 

Landing  William,  clerk  with  E.  A.  Brown,  res  S  s  Ninth  bet 
Broadway  and  Franklin 

Landon  Alson,  accountant,  res  IS  s  Seventeenth  bet  Brush 
and  West 

Landon  William  W.,  collector,  res  413  Ninth 

Landreau  Peter,  res  407  First 

Landregan  Dennis,  student  Taylor's  Business  College,  res 
W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Alcatraz  av 

Landregan  James,  farmer,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Alca- 
traz av 

Landregan  Thomas,  student  Taylor's  Business  College,  res 
W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Alcatraz  av 

Lane  Charles  W.,  physician,  res  Lane  av  head  of  Lake  Mer- 
ritt 

Lane  A.  W.  (H.  C.  Taft  &  Co.)  res  Petaluma 

Lane  CD.  Mrs.,  res  SE  cor  Fifteenth  and  West 

Lang  Henry,  res  665  East  12th 

Langan  Patrick,  clerk  with  Wright  &!Co.,  res  NW  cor  Uni- 
versity av  and  Fifth,  W.  B. 

Langbehn  Peter,  hog  ranch,  res  S  s  Summer  nr  San  Pablo  av 

Langdon  Fannie  E.  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  1770  Division 

Langdon  Sheldon  W.,  currier,  res  N  s  Division  nr  Wood 

LANGE  FREDERICK  W.,  groceries  and  liquors,  NW  cor 
Fifth  and  Castro,  res  1034  Peralta 

Lange  Theodore,  butcher,  NW  cor  Market  and  Twenty-seed 

Langford  Thomas,  boilermaker  W.  D.  Co.,  res  1804  William 

Langley  Frank  N.,  farmer,  res  936  Willow 

Lanne  Vincent,  French  bakery,  912  Franklin,  res  518  Eighth 

Lannon  Bernard,  laborer,  res  774  Fifth 

Laphan  John  P.,  wholesale  butcher,  res  SW  cor  Tenth  av 
and  East  15th 

Laplace  Henri,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Laplant  Alex.,  blacksmith  with  Meikle  &  Davis,  res  Alameda 

Larke  Alfred,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  Linden  and  Twelfth 

Larkin  A.  B.,  conductor  C.  P.  B.  K. 

Larkin  Benjamin,  painter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  SE  cor  Durant 
and  Broadway 


PIIRPRT   9    I4MNTCD   BUY  and  SELL  REAL  ESTATE  and  MINING  PROPERTY-LOANS 
UlLDLEll    «    null  I  Lil  NEGOTIATED.     224  Montgomery  st.  S.  F.,  or  Park  st.  Alameda. 


Woodward  &  Taggart,  Real  Estate  Agents  and  Auctioneers. 


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[L] 


DIRECTORY. 


Larkin  E.  Miss,  dressmaker,  411  Ninth 

Larkin  J.  (Clapp  &  Larkin)  res  805  Isabella 

Larkin  Rose  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  411  Ninth 

Larkins  Thomas,  teamster  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Tele- 
graph road  and  Clifton,  Temescal 

Larrner  Augustus  B.,  carpenter,  res  Magnolia  bet  Fifth  and 
Seventh 

Larnzezo  Charles,  whitener,  res  607  Franklin 

Laroche  E.  Mrs.,  lodgings,  461  Ninth 

Laronche  Maria  Mme.,  res  529  Second 

Larrabee  John,  blindmaker  with  H.  W.  Barnes 

Larrieu  Augustus,  conductor  C.  P.  B.  B.,  res  S  s  Goss  bet 
Wood  and  Pine 

Larsen  Georgina  Mrs.,  res  658  Third 

Larsen  Peter,  laborer  with  Shakespeare  &  Walter,  res  Cos- 
mopolitan House 

Larson  Albert  J.,  lather,  res  823  Henry 

Larson  Arne,  carpenter,  res  611  First 

Larson  Charles  J.,  wood  carver  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res 
611  Fourth 

Larson  Gilbert,  bootmaker,  shop  and  res  W  s  University  av 
nr  Sixth,  W.  B. 

Larson  H.  Mrs.,  res  1054  Third 

Larson  James,  res  522  First 

Larson  L.  (Paufoe  &  Larson)  res  802  Broadway 

Larson  Louis,  band  sawyer  Grove-st.  Planing  Mill 

Larson  O.,  widow,  res  823  Henry 

Larson  Olney,  res  611  Fourth 

Larson  Sarah,  domestic,  604  Eighth 

Larue  Eugene,  student  University 

Larue  Frank,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Eighth  av  bet  East  11th  and 
East  12th 

Larue  Gus.,  conductor  C.  P.  B.  B. 

LARUE  JAMES,  proprietor  Brooklyn  Lumber  Yard,  cor 
Fourteenth  av  and  East  11th,  res  East  12th  bet  Thir- 
teenth and  Fourteenth  avs 

Larue  John,  clerk  with  James  Larue,  res  East  12th  bet  Thir- 
teenth and  Fourteenth  avs 

Larue  Lucas  B.,  clerk  with  James  Larue,  res  East  15th  bet 
Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth  avs 

LARUE'S  WHARF,  SW  cor  Fourteenth  av  and  East  11th 

Lascombe  Eugene,  manufacturer  willow-ware,  NW  cor  Twen- 
tieth and  Curtis 

Lasette  G.  D.  Mrs.,  res  565  Sixteenth 

Lasker  J.,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Lassell  J.  A.,  with  J.  W.  Davidson  &  Co.,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 


Ho  to  PIEDMONT  SPRINGS  for 


Drive  and  elegant  Dinner '", 


only  3  miles. 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon  is  the  Pioneer  Ice  man,  469  Ninth  St.,  Oakiand. 


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OAKLAND     [  L  ]    DIRECTORY.  283 

Latham  James  H.,    stockbroker,   res    SE  cor  Jackson  and 

Lake 
Latbrop  Frank  H.,  photographer,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  bet 

Jefferson  and  Grove  & 

Lathrop  Solomon,  watchmaker  with  W.  Wilson,  res  N  s  Sev-     ^ 

enteenth  bet  Jefferson  and  Grove  I  - 

Latimer  John  T.,  res  1209  Adeline  |Q 

Latimer  Thomas,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Laton  Benjamin  B.,  insurance  agent,  906  Broadway,  res  NE 

cor  Castro  and  Sixth  ?3 

Laton  George  A.,  clerk  with  B.  B.  Laton,  res  NE  cor  Castro     ^ 

and  Sixth 
Lauderbach  Charles,  bartender  steamer  El  Capitan,  res  1519 

Seventh 
Lauer  <fc  Gruettner  (M.  Lauer  and  D.  Gruettner)  gardeners, 

815  Franklin 
Lauer  Martin  (Lauer  &  Gruettner)  815  Franklin  I  £* 

Laughland  William,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  657 

Madison 
Laughlin  Mary,  domestic,  SW  cor  Webster  and  Orchard  av 
Laughran  Sarah,  domestic,  1117  Castro 

Laumeister  Hermann,  butcher  with  L.  Schaffer,  res  555  Sixth 
Lauphus  John,  porter  with  William  G.  Hawkett,  res  Divis- 
ion bet  Wood  and  Pine 
Laurenco  Joseph,  laborer,  res  East  12th  bet  Nineteenth  and 

Twentieth  avs 
Laures  Louisa  Mrs.,  res  57  San  Pablo  av 
Lausch  Jacob,  painter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  W  s  Brush  bet  Second 

and  Third 
Lauston  Christian,  carpenter,  res  1727  Myrtle 
Lavell  Sarah,  domestic,  1114  Twelfth 
Laville  Emily  M.,  seamstress,  res  66-4  Twelfth 
Lavine  George,  laborer,  res  cor  Nineteenth  and  Curtis 
Lawler  James,    confectioner   with  Bruning  Bros.,   res   cor 

Ninth  and  Franklin 


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Lawler  James  P.,  hostler  Dexter  Stables,  res  S  s  Fourteenth 

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Lawler  John  J.,  carpenter  C.  P.  B.  B.,  res  1714  Eighth  p_ 

Lawler  Julia,  chambermaid  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Lawless  James,  laborer,  res  662  Myrtle 
Lawless  Patrick,  blacksmith,  shop  and  res  S  s  Forty-fifth  nr 

Telegraph  av 
Lawlor  John  M.  (John  M.  Lawlor  &  Co.)  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 
LAWLOR  JOHN  M.  &  CO.  (John  M.   Lawlor  and    S.   I. 

Kellogg  jr.)  proprietors  Tubbs'  Hotel,   N  s  East  12th 

bet  Fourth  and  Fifth  avs 


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LOANS  NEGOTIATED.  J      or  Park  St.,  Alameda. 


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284  OAKLAND     [L]    DIRECTORY. 

Lawlor  William  M.,  physician,  office  aud  res  NE  cor  Twelfth 

and  Grove 
Lawrence  Alonzo  C,  teamster,  res  S  s  Eleventh  bet  Castro 

and  Brush 
LAWRENCE    DeWITT    C,    editor   and  proprietor   West 

Oakland  Press,  res  NE  cor  Pine  and  Division 
Lawrence  G.  A.,  tinsmith  with  M.  De  Da  Montanya,  res  S  s 

Lydia  bet  Brush  and  West 
Lawrence  H.  H.,  assayer  U.  S.  Mint  (S.  F.)  res  East  27th  nr 

Fruit  Vale  av 
Lawrence  Joseph,  laborer,  res  S  s  East  15th  bet  Eighteenth 

and  Nineteenth  avs 
Lawrence   Joseph,    operator   W.  U.  Tel.   Co.,  res   57    San 

Pablo  av 
Lawrence  Manuel,  foreman  with  J.  P.  Laphan,  res  Gordon's 

Landing 
Lawrence  Nathaniel,  laborer,  res  W  s  Chestnut  nr  Thirty- 
second 
Lawrence  S.  J.  Mrs.,  res   N  s  Eighteenth   bet   Brush   and 

Castro 
LAWRIE  A.  G-.,  searcher   of  records  for  Alameda  county, 

office  817  Broadway,  res  SW  cor  Jackson  and  Eleventh 
Lawson  Alfred  Bird,  accountant  Oakland  Tribune,  res  S  s 

Twenty-second  bet  Brush  and  West 
Lawson  Henry,  coachman  with  Hiram  Tubbs 
Lawson  L.  A.,  teamster,  res  College  av  nr  Alcatraz  av 
Lawson  William,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res    Sec- 
ond bet  Clay  and  Jefferson 
Lawton  Israel,  capitalist,  954  Broadway,  res  1207  Castro 
Lawton  James,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Lawyer  Mary  Mrs.,  boarding  and  lodging,  517  Ninth 
Lawyer  Perry,  carpenter,  517  Ninth 
Layton  H.  J.  Mrs.,  proprietor  Star  House,  S  s  Seventh  bet 

Pine  and  Cedar 
Lazarus  Moses,  groceries,  NE  cor  B  and  Hannah 
Le  Ballister  T.  W.,  blacksmith  with  Northey  &  McGrath, 

res  East  12th,  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth  avs 
Le  Blond  Amedee,  res  412  Second 
Le  Blond  Joseph,  tailor,  172  Sixth 
Le  Brun  Emile  Mrs.,  vegetables,  City  Market 
Le  Clair  Peter,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Thirtieth  nr  Magnolia 
LE  CONTE  JOHN,  professor  University  of  California,  res 

S  s  Dwight  way  nr  Ellsworth,  B. 
LE  CONTE  JOSEPH,  professor  University  of  California, 

res  S  s  Strawberry  creek  nr  Telegraph  av 
Le  Fevre  Frank,  carpenter  Enterprise  Mills,  res  406  Franklin 


PIFRMfiNT  9PRINP^  AN  EXCELLENT  summer  and  winter  resort. 


3  miles  from  Oakland.        A.  D.  WHITNEY. Propr. 


Try  Gordon's  Ice  Cream.    It  is  the  Best  and  Cheapest.    469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND     [  L  ]    DIRECTORY.  285 

Le   Noir  N.  L.,  clerk  with  Holbrook,  Merrill  &  Co.  (S.  F.) 
res  S  s  Third  bet  Alice  and  Jackson 

Le  Page  Louis,  carpenter,  res  Babue's  Hotel 

Le  Pierre  Louis,  carpenter,  res  N  s  East  11th  bet  Seventh 
and  Eighth  avs 

Le  Warne  Benjamin  F.,  manager  and  secretary  Safe  Deposit 
Co.  (S.  F.)  res  NW  cor  Fourteenth  and  Linden 

Leake  Benjamin  T.,  insurance  agent,  res  W  s  West  bet  Six- 
teenth and  Seventeenth 

LEAKE  HENRY  A.,  atty-at-law,  954  Broadway,  res   1207 
Castro 

Leavell  Erasmus  T.,  carpenter,  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Forty- 
seventh 

Leavitt  Charles  C,  adjuster   duties   Custom   House  (S.  F.) 
res  610  Seventeenth 

Leavenworth  Royal,  teamster  with  Charles  Jones,  res  TV  s 
Cypress  nr  Sixteenth 

Leber  John  (Martter  &  Leber)  res  460  Sixth 

Leber   Lewis,  carpenter,    res   SE   cor  East  18th  and  Thir- 
teenth av 

Lebrecht  William  (Galvin  &  Lebrecht)  res  1305  Webster 

Leek  Henry,  student  University 

Leckie  R.  S.,  clerk  with  A.  G.  Lawrie,  res  SW  cor  Clay  and 
Ninth 

Ledden  Frank,  bellboy  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Ledden  John  A.,  (Ledden,  Whipple  <fc  Co.,  S.  F.)  res  919 
Linden 

Lediman  Otto,  broommaker,  res  758  Jefferson 

Ledor  T.,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 

Leduc  — ,  dishwasher,  Washington  Hotel 

Lee  A.  W.,  tinsmith  with  0.  C.  Kirk,  res  315  East  12th 

Lee  George  W.,  res  6  Pine 

Lee  Harriet  J.  Mrs.,  teacher  Irving  Grammar  School,  res 
Edwards  nr  Telegraph  av 

Lee  Henry  C,  accountant  with  Gladding,  Surry  hue  &  Co., 
res  N  s  Edwards  nr  Telegraph  av 

Lee  H.  H.,  capitalist,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Lee  James,  laborer,  res  NE  cor  Tenth  and  Franklin 

Lee  Mary  L.,  domestic,  1132  Linden 

Lee  Thomas,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  cor  Third  and  Center 

Lee  Thomas,  student  University 

Lee  Wall  (Chinese)  laundry,  367  Ninth 

Lee  William,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill 

Lee  William  J.,  painter,  res  460  Twenty-first 

Leech  William,  horseshoer  with  P.  Artman,  res  Thirteenth 
bet  Webster  and  Franklin 


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WOODWARD  &  TAGGART,  460  and  462  EIGHTH  STREET. 


286  OAKLAND     [  L  ]    DIRECTORY. 

LEEPER  WILLIAM,  wines  and  liquors,  SW  cor   Adeline 

and  Seventh 
Leet  S.  T.,  mining,  res  152  Fifth 
Lefebvre  Charles,  cook,  res  609  Franklin 
LEFEVRE  ALFRED,  dentist,  NW  cor  Eighth  and  Broad- 
way, res  832  Alice 
Lefever  Daniel,  cigar  manufacturer,  NW  cor  San  Pablo  av 

and  Fifteenth,  res  Twenty-eighth  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Lefevre  Joseph,  res  N  s  East  15th  nr  Fourteenth  av 
Lefevre  Peter,  bartender  with   Belhumeur   &   Holden,    res 

374  Tenth 
Lefferts  Edmund,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Sixth  nr  Market 
Leffingwell  Charles,  bartender,  res  Newland  House 
Leffingwell  William  H.,  student  University 
Leefflr  Hugh  M.,  res  1156  Broadway 
Leet  C.  A.,  blindmaker  Grove-st  Planing  Mill 
Lefort  Edward,  clerk,  res  565  Seventh 
LEGAL  TENDER    (weekly)  A.   E.    Bedstone    editor   and 

proprietor,  461  Ninth 
Leggett  A.  Mrs.,  res  1016  West 
Legler  G.  T.,  clerk,  res  1005  Franklin 
Legler   Henry   T.,    physician,    1068    Broadway,    res    1005 

Franklin 
Lehmann  Henry  G.,  bootmaker,    1155  Broadway,  res  1944 

Filbert 
Lehmann  Joseph,    gardener,     res   N    s   Sycamore   nr   San 

Pablo  av 
Lehmkuhl  H.  H.  C,  clerk  with  Charles  Hubert  (S.  F.)  res 

S  s  Seward  nr  Peralta 
Lehn  George,  porter  with  Christian  Schreiber,  res  SE  cor 

Eleventh  and  Broadway 
Lehnig  Frederick,  carpenter,  res  1157  Seventh 
Lehnig  William,  printer,  res  1157  Seventh 
Lehritter  John,  barber  (S.  F.)  res  SE  cor  Ninth  and  Center 
Leigh  Stephen,  boxmaker,   res  N  s  University  av  nr  Fifth, 

W.  B. 
Leigh  William  W.,  cook  Grand  Western  Bestaurant,   1756 

Seventh 
Leighow  James,   clerk  with  J.   Lusk  &   Co.,   res  cor  Tele- 
graph road  and  Clifton,  Temescal 
Leighton  Thomas  A.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res 

E  s  Pine  nr  Lincoln 
Leimert  Louis,  real  estate,  res  927  Myrtle 
Leipsic  Lyon,  junk,  res  Walsworth 
Leist  Charles,    clerk  Pacific  Jute  Manufacturing  Co.,   res 

East  8th  nr  Seventh  av 


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THKEE  MILES  FKOM 
OAKLAND. 


ICE  CREAM   MADE  TO  ORDER  at  GORDON'S,  469   NINTH  ST. 


OAKLAND    [  L  ]    DIRECTORY.  287 

Leist  —  ,  Mrs.,  res  N  s  East  8th  bet  Sixth  and  Seventh  avs 
Leitch  David,  laborer  Oakland  Gas  Co.,  res  611  Third 
Lekgoat  Louis,  laborer,  res  363  Third 
Leland  Henry  C,   carpenter,   res  NW   cor  Magnolia   and 

Twenty-second 
Lemmon  Charles,  carpenter,  res  951  Fifth 
Lemmon  Thomas,   res   W  s  Harrison  bet  Fourteenth  and 

Fifteenth 
Lemon  E.  E.,  butcher  with  F.  F.  Patronak 
Lemon  James  M.,  contractor,  res  1203  Castro 
Lemon  Josephine  Miss,  teacher  Peralta  School 
Lemon  S.,  apothecary,  E  s  Broadway  bet  Third  and  Fourth 
Lemon  William,  farmer,  res  S  s  East  16th   bet  Twenty-first 

and  Twenty-second  avs 
Lemon  William  M.,  cigars  and  tobacco,  627  East  12th 
Lemonte  Thomas,  ship  carpenter,   res  E  s  Cedar  bet  Wil- 
liam and  Atlantic 
Lener  Joseph  A.,  bootblack,  459  Seventh,  res  513  Sixth 
Lenihan  Katie,  domestic,  SW  cor  Sixteenth  and  Castro 
Lennon  Bernard,  with  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  res  NE  cor 

Fifth  and  Market 
Lennon  Michael,   marble  cutter,  res    SW   cor   Ninth    and 

Washington 
Lennon  Patrick,  laborer,  res  SE  cor  Webster  and  Seventh 
Lennon  Patrick,  teamster,  res  S  s  Laurel  nr  Broadway 
Lent  Charles  H.,  conductor  C.  P.  K.  K.,  res  1301  Franklin 
Lentell  James,   harness  and  saddlery,    and   justice    of  the 

peace,  NWcor  Franklin  and  Eleventh,  res  1019  Webster 
Lenz  William,  groceries,  SE  cor  Eighth  and  Alice 
Leonard  Daniel,   laborer,   res  Twenty-sixth  bet  Broadway 

and  Telegraph  av 
Leonard  Delia,  domestic  with  L.  G.  Cole 
Leonard  Edward,  tailor,  S  s  Isabella  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Leonard  Edward  P.,    clerk   (S.   F.)  res  N  s  Sycamore  nr 

Telegraph  av 
Leonard  George,  draftsman,  res  SE  cor  Walton  and  Grove 
Leonard   George   A.,    butcher,    res   cor   Adeline    and   San 

Pablo  av 
Leonard  Herbert  M.,   clerk  with  Daniel    Stuart,   res  N  s 

Sycamore  bet  Grove  and  Webster 
Leonard  Hugh,  laborer,  res  471  Bay  pi 
Leonard  John,  laborer,  res  El  Dorado  House 
Leonard  Margaret,  widow,  res  S  s  D wight  way  nr  Humboldt 

av,  B. 
Leonard  Morris,  carpenter,  res  458  Fifth 
Leonard  Patrick,  farmer,  res  Perry  nr  junction  Walworth 


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OAKLAND    [Xj]    DIRECTORY, 


Leonard  Willard,  real  estate  (S.  F.)  res  N  s   Sycamore  nr 
Telegraph  av 

Leonard  William,  laborer,  res  210  Eighth 

Leonard  —  ,  laborer,  res  NE  cor  Atlantic  and  Wood 

Leonhard  Frederick,   proprietor  Central    Pacific   Railroad 
House,  NE  cor  Bay  and  Willow 

Leonhardt  Henry,  res  916  Kirkham 

•Leopold  Joseph,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res  S 
s  Fourteenth  nr  Wood 

Leopoldo  Antonio,  miner  Oakland  Paving  Co. 

Lepont  F.,  res  701  Clay 

Leprotti  Sisto,  res  359  Ninth 

Leroy  Alfred  D.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Prospect  pi  nr  Broad- 
way, rear 

LEROY  C,  florist  and  rockman,  SW  cor  Alice  and  Twelfth 

Lesher  Charles,  res  S  s  Thirteenth  nr  Center 

Lesher  Gertrude  Mrs.,  res  957  Grove 

Lesher  William  F.,  conductor  C.  P.   R.  R.,   res  N  s  Seven- 
teenth nr  Cypress 

Leslie  George,  teamster,  res  915  Fifth 

Leslie  Hector,  res  604  Seventeenth 

Lester  Emma  Mrs.,  domestic,  916  Filbert 

Lester  —  ,  res  1019  Chester 

Letowineult  Peter,  watchman  D.  and  D.  and  B.  Asylum 

Letter  George,   clerk  with  J.   Letter,  res  SW  cor  Eleventh 
and  Clay 

LETTER  JACOB,  clothing  and  gents'  furnishing  goods,  957 
Broadway,  res  1019  Clay 

Leu   Lee   Jee    (Chinese)   laundry,    NE   cor   Sixteenth  and 
Broadway 

Levanway  Alice  Gertrude  Miss,  res  763  Eighth 

LEVANWAY  WILLIAM  A.,  physician,  office  and  res  763 
Eighth 

LEVANWAY  WILLIAM  N.,  musician,  res  763  Eighth 

Leveque  Mary  E.  Miss,  res  1067  Brush 

Lever  A.,  laborer,  res  812  Henry,  rear 

Leverett  Edward  J.,  wild  game,  res  1903  West 

Levi  Leonidas,  engineer,  res  1367  Market 

Levin  Joseph,  laborer,  res  E  s  Shattucknr  University  av,  B. 

Levins  Peter  (Schoonover  &  Co.)  res  cor  Short  and  Bay 

Levy  Henry,  bookkeeper  with  Christian  Schreiber,  res  E  s 
Grove  bet  Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth 

Levy  Henry  R.,  clerk  with  A.  N.  Wachs,  res  1216  Broadway 

Levy   Lazard,    clerk   with   E.    D.    Block   &    Co.,    res    951 
Broadway 

Levy  Wolf,  merchant  tailor,  612  East  12th 


PI  FRMDN  T    9PRINP*V  F'RST  CLASS  H0TEL  F0R  SUMMER  BOARDERS 


3  miles  from  Oakland.      A.  D.  WHITNEY.  Propr. 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Eastern  Cider  Company,  469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND     [L]    DIRECTORY.  289 

Lewis  Columbus  E.  (C.  E.  Lewis  &  Co.)  res  1453  Brush 
LEWIS  C.  R.  &  CO.  (Columbus  E.   Lewis)  produce  com- 
mission, 1009  Broadway 
Lewis  Dio,  lecturer,  res  1207  Broadway 
Lewis  Elgin,  carriage  blacksmith,  res  Baxter  House 
Lewis  George,  blacksmith,  res  E  s  Eighth  av  bet  East  11th 

and  East  12th 
Lewis  George  W.,  bookkeeper  with  Shakespeare  &  Walter, 

res  Franklin  bet  Tenth  and  Eleventh 
Lewis  Howard  H.,  student  University,  res  First  Club  House 
Lewis  John,   drayman,   res  N  s  East  11th  bet  Twelfth  and 

Thirteenth  avs 
Lewis  John  F.,  civil  engineer,  res  212  Fourth 
Lewis  T.  C.  Mrs.,  res  1018  Adeline 
Lewis  T.  F.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Taylor  nr  Willow 
Lewis  Thomas,  carriage  maker  with  Northey  &  Wagar,   res 

East  Oakland  Hotel 
LEWIS  WILLIAM  A.,  architect,  1116  Broadway 
Lewthwaite  Alexander,  bookkeeper  with  S.  P.  Taylor  <fc  Co. 

(S.  F.)  res  E  s  Fifth  av  bet  East  17th  and  East  18th 
Lexow  Frederick,  bootmaker,  1765  Seventh 
Leydecker  Th.  W.  (Leydecker  &  Wieboldt,   S.   F.)  res  N  s 

Thirteenth  nr  Willow 
LIBBEY     BENJAMIN     F.,     stairbuilder   Oakland    Point 

Planing  Mill 
Libbey  Frank  M.,  stairbuilder  with  B.  F.  Libbey 
Libbey  Joseph,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  Third  and  Peralta 
Liberty  Hall,  835  Brush 
Lichtenthaler  M.  Miss,  res  666  Tenth 
Lick  W.  H.,  engineer,  res  Eureka  Hotel 
Liddicoat  Mary  Mrs.,  res  E  s  Union  nr  Thirtieth 
Liebel  Jacob  jr.,  compositor  Brooklyn  Vidette,  res  East  14th 

bet  Nineteenth  and  Twentieth  avs 
Liebmann  Louis,   clerk  with  E.   D.  Block  &  Co.,  res  856 

Brush 
Liese   Henry,  butcher,  765  East  12th,  res  763East  12th 
Lievaux  Charles,  cook  with  Eemillard  &  Bros.,  res  NE  cor 

Third  and  Jackson 
Liftchild  Florence  Miss,  retoucher  with  Murry  Dunham,  res 

SE  cor  Eighteenth  and  Franklin 
Liftchild   Harry,    advertising    solicitor   Once-a-Week,    res 

Bellevue  House 
Liftchild  Sarah  Mrs.,  res  1376  Franklin 
Liliencrantz  A.,  physician  and  surgeon,    1459  Telegraph  av 
Linchecomb  H.  Mrs.,  widow,  res  807  Jefferson 
Linchecomb  Joseph,  cook,  res  807  Jefferson 


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NEGOTIATED.     224  Montgomery  st.  S.  F.,  or  Park  st.  Alameda. 

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290  OAKLAND     [Xj]    DIRECTORY. 


Liucke  Rudolph,  carriage  trimmer  with  Sohst  Bros.,  res  718 

Myrtle 
Lincoln  Grammar  School,  T.  O.  Crawford  principal,  NE  cor 

Tenth  and  Alice 
Lincoln  H.  D.,  carpenter  Northern  R.  R.,  res  West  Oakland 

House 
Lindeman  Henry,  carpenter,  res  cor  Thirty-ninth  and  Grove 
Linderman  J.  H.,  cook  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Linderman  J.  C,  broker  (8.  F.)   res  N  s  Fifth  bet  Filbert 

and  Linden 
Lindsay    C.    Mrs.,    midwife,    res    NE    cor   East   12th  and 

Twelfth  av 
Lindsay  John,  painter,  res  NE  cor  East  12th  and  Eleventh  av 
Lindsay  Oliver,  wellborer,  res  825  Henry 
Lindsay  Thomas,  farmer    W  s  College  av  nr  Asylum,  B. 
Lindsey  James,  painter,  res  El  Dorado  House 
Linehan  Daniel  J.,  barber,  S  s  Seventh  bet  Wood  and  Pine 
Linnegar  James,  pantryman  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Lintop  Charles,  laborer,  Roff's  Hotel 

Lipman  S.,  barber  with  F.  W .  Seeglitz,  res  Ninth  bet  Broad- 
way and  Franklin 
Lippmann  &  Salinger  (A.  Lippmann   and  A.   M.  Salinger) 

proprietors  Cash  Auction  House,  476  Ninth 
Lippmann  Abraham,  dry  and   fancy  goods,   903   Broadway 

(and  Lippman  &  Salinger)  res  cor  Ninth  and  Clay 
Lippold  Bernard,  tanner,  res  S  sEast  12th  nr  Seventeenth  av 
Lisbon  Louis,  coachman,  Bay  pi  nr  Broadway 
Lister  Archibald,  train  dispatcher   C.   P.  R.   R.,   res  1019 

Chester 
Li  tie  Joseph  H.,  clerk  C.   P.    R.   R.;    res   Grand   Western 

Hotel 
Litle  William  H.,  cigars  and  varieties,  1776  Seventh 
Littau  Charles,  dairy  produce,  NW  cor  Seventh  and  Clay 
Little  Arthur  L.,  carpenter,  res  820  Sixteenth 
Little  Frank,  groceries,  NE  cor  Brown  and  Market 
Little  James  R.,  clerk  with  Charles  Jones,  res  830  Sixteenth 
Little  Joseph,  expressman,  res  514  East  12th 
Little  Mary  Miss,  res  950  Filbert 
Little  Samuel,  woodturner  Brooklyn  Planing  Mill,  res  581 

Caledonia  av 
Little  William  C.  (Taylor   &   Co.)    res   W  s   Broadway  bet 

Hawthorne  and  Moss  avs 
Littlefield  Charles  A.  (Shaw  &  Littlefield)  res  672  Sycamore 
Littlefield  J.  W.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Littlejohn  — ,  res  W  s  Seventh  av  bet  Easth  10th  and  East 

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OAKLAND     [Jj]    DIRECTORY.  291 

Live  Oak  Lodge,  No.  17,  Knights  of  Pythias,  1056  Broadway 

Liver  John,  painter,  res  460  Fifth 

Livermore  Horatio  G.,  res   cor   Fourth  av  and  McAdam  E 

of  Broadway 
Livermore  Horatio  P.,  capitalist,  res  bet  Fourth  av  and  Mc- 
Adam E  of  Broadway 
Liverpool  and  London  and   Globe   Ins.    Co.,  B.    B.  La  ton 

agent,  906  Broadway 
Livingston  Fred.  S.,   carpenter,   res  S   s  Sycamore  nr  San 

Pablo  av 
Livingston  H.  B-,  reporter  Transcript 
Livingstone  Rosa  M.  Miss,  student  University 
Lloyd  Benjamin  E.,  book  agent,  res  N  s  Second  nr  Jackson 
Lloyd  John,  assignee  in  bankruptcy  (S.    F.)  res  Fruit  Vale 

av  nr  Ferndale 
Lloyd  Richard,  painter,  res  S  s  D wight  waynr  Shattuck,  B. 
Lloyd  Robert,  gasfitter,  res  805  Jefferson 
Loch  Louis  (Moller  &  Loch)  res  1271  San  Pablo  av 
Lock  Z.,  expressman,  res  SW  cor  William  and  Willow 
Locke  William  R.  Mrs.,  res  NE  cor  Alice  and  Durant 
Lockerman  William,  Berkeley  Real  Estate  Office,  N  s  Ban- 
croft way  nr  Dana,  B. 
Lockington  William  N.,  architect,   res  N  s  Thirty -fifth  nr 

San  Pablo  av 
Loebenstein  Jacob,   real   estate   and  insurance  agent,   915 

Broadway,  res  831  Franklin 
LCEPER  CHARLES,  proprietor  brass  foundry,  904  Wash- 
ington 
Lceper  Charles  jr.,   brassfmisher  with  C.  Lceper,  res  1407 

Thirteenth 
Logan  H.  Clay,  bookkeeper  C.  P.  R.  R.  (S.  F.)  res  12  Pear- 
son's Row 
Logan  James  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Harrison  bet  Third  and  Fourth 
Logan  Milburn  H.,  student  University 
Logan  Oliver  C,  res  N  s  Eleventh  bet  Castro  and  Brush 
Lohman  I.    (Lohman,    Coghill  &  Rountree,    S.  F.)  res  SW 

cor  Madison  and  Lake 
Lohman  William,  physician  and  surgeon,   res  437  Eleventh 
Lohmann  Henry,  butcher  United  States  Restaurant,  res  1156 

Broadway 
Lohrmann  John,  pickle  factory  (S.  F.)  res  864  Chester 
Lohsen  George,  carpenter,  res  Fourth  bet  Washington  and 

Broadway 
Lohsen  John  H.,  laborer,  res  N  s  Spring  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Lamballot  Louis,   proprietor  Michel  House,  Redwood  road 
nr  Fruit  Vale  av 


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292  OAKLAND     [Xj]    DIRECTORY. 

Lombard  C.  L.,  carpenter,  res  224  Second 

Lonargin  Michael,  laborer  W   D.  Co.,  res  802  Willow 

London  Assurance   Corporation,    B.    C.    Dick   agent,  1004 

Broadway 
Long  Emery  M.,  timekeeper  W.  D.  Co.,   res  1464  Seventh 
Long  Jens,  carpenter,  res  Webster  nr  Booth 
Long  John,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Magnolia  bet  Second  and 

Third 
Long  Lewis  H.,  engineer,  res  S  s  Walton  nr  Grove 
Long  L.  H.,  carpenter,  res  813  Henry 
Long  Libbie  Miss,  res  617  Ninth 

Long  Louis  H.,  student  University,  res  S  s  Walton  nr  Grove 
Long  M.  A.  Mrs.,  res  NE  cor  Taylor  and  Pine 
Long  Mary  E.  Mrs.,  res  617  Ninth 
Long  Thomas  C,  bookkeeper  with  A.  McGerry,  res  Win- 

throp  House 
Long  William,  butcher,   res  N  s  William  bet  Willow  and 

Wood 
Longchamp  Joseph,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  S  s  William 

bet  Wood  and  Pine 
Longey  William,  clerk  with  C.  Hollermann,  res  Clay  bet 

Sixth  and  Seventh 
Longfield  Joseph,  carpenter,  res  S  s  William  bet  Wood  and 

Pine 
Look  Charles  K.,  sash  and  door  maker  with  A.  T.  Elford  & 

Co.,  res  SE  cor  Eleventh  av  and  East  15th 
Loomis  John  C,  carriage  painter  with  E.  Bangle,  res  East 

Oakland  Hotel 
Lopez  Joseph,  farmer,  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  University  av 
Lopez  Juan,  farmer,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  opp  Humboldt 

Park,  Temescal 
Lorber  Frank,  res  E  s  Wood  bet  Atlantic  and  William 
Lore  William,  porter  with  A.  Diedrichsohn,  res  1816  Seventh 
Lorensen  Michael,  carpenter,  res  NW  cor  Adeline  and  Third 
Loring  Arthur,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  B.,  res  1054  Tenth 
LORING  GEORGE  Y.,  superintendent  Oakland  R.  R.  Co., 

res  1054  Tenth 
Loring  Harriet  G.  Mrs.,  dressmaking,  211  Twelfth 
Loring  Williston  A.,  res  SE  cor  Fifteenth  and  Castro 
Lorquin  E.  F.,  naturalist  (S.  F.)  res  E  s  Elm  nr  Hawthorne  av 
Lothrop  F.  C.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Forty-second  nr  Grove 
Lothrop  G.  W.,  general  commission  merchant,  1785  Seventh 
LOTKA  &  ZALUD  (Winslow  Lotka  and  John  Zalud)  pic- 
tures, frames  and  confectionery,  1217  Broadway 
Lotka  Winslow  (Lotka  &  Zalud)  res  1217  Broadway 
Lott  Niles  N.,  printer  Transcript,  res  Winsor  House 


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OAKLAND     [Xj]    DIRECTORY.  293 

Loud  Henry  A.,  barber,  689  East  12th,  res  1065  Twelfth  av 

Loud  Warren,  merchant,  res  1316  Seventh  av 

Lougee  C.  H.,  carpenter,  res  1513  Eighth 

Lough  &  Wilkinson  (Harry  S.  Lough  and  W.  J.  Wilkinson) 
butchers,  800  Broadway 

Lough  Harry  S.  (Lough  &  Wilkinson)  res  516  Fifth 

Loughborough  John  N.,  pastor  Seventh  Day  Adventists' 
Church,  res  N  s  Eighteenth  bet  Brush  and  Castro 

Louis  Anton,  laborer  Clinton  Flour  Mill,  res  S  s  East  17th 
bet  Twelfth  and  Thirteenth  avs 

Louis  John,  res  1178  Sixteenth  av 

Louis  Thomas,  with  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Louisiana  House,  William  Howlett  proprietor,  420  First 

Loup  T.  M.,  res  W  s  Elm  nr  Plymouth  av 

Louphus  Charles,  telegraph  operator  (S.  F.)  res  811  Castro 

Louterbach  Joseph,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Love  George  P.,  painter, 'res  Thirteenth  and  Campbell 

Love  James  H.,  clerk,  res  1364  Franklin 

Love  William  H.,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  485  Bay  pi 

Lovegrove  George  H.,  collector  S.  F.  Gaslight  Co.,  res  E  s 
Adeline  nr  Fourteenth 

Lovejoy  Harvey  P.,  mechanic,  res  673  Tenth 

Loveland  I.E.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.  steamers,  res  E  s  Pine 
nr  Lincoln 

Loveland  John  F.,  teamster  with  Holbrook,  Merrill  &  Co. 
(S.  F.)  res  S  s  Taylor  bet  Willow  and  Wood 

Lovett  Julia,  widow,  res  707  Fifth 

Lovius  Albert  (Miller  &  Lovius)  res  1277  San  Pablo  av 

Low  Benjamin  K.  (Medbury  &  Low)  res  cor  Sixth  and  Dela- 
ware, W.  B. 

Lowden  Samuel,  mining,  res  W  s  Center  nr  Tenth 

Lowden  W.  H.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  W  s  Center  nr  Tenth 

Lowe  Arthur  J.,  student  University,  res  W  s  Chapel  nr  Ban- 
croft way,  B. 

Lowe  James,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  420  First 

Lowe  Lucy,  with  Cal  Watch  Co. 

Lowell  Edgar  L.,  clerk  with  Milbury  &  Burleson,  res  955 
Jackson 

Lowell  Emma  A.  Miss,  organist,  res  NE  cor  Sixteenth  and 
West 

Lowell  John  P.,  wool  and  hides  (S.  F.)  res  SW  cor  Eigh- 
teenth and  Castro 

Lowell  Nathan  P.,  proprietor  Eagle  Warehouse  (S.  F.)  res 
NE  cor  Sixteenth  and  West 

Lowell  W.  H.,  mining,  res  953  Jackson 

Lowery  John,  gardener,  W  s  Shattuck  nr  University  av,  B. 


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294  OAKLAND     [  L  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Lowrey  Fred  C,  clerk  Hathaway's  Warehouse   (S.  F.)   res 

1201  West 
Lowrey  Fred  J.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  1201  West 
Loyn  Charles,  saloon,  621  Broadway 
Lozier  Albert,  clerk  (S.  F.)  res  1222  Eighth 
Lubbock  Oswald,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  562  East  11th 
Lucas  Allan,  jeweller  with  Cal.  Watch  Co..  res  Park  House, 

W.  B. 
Lucas  H.  J.,  feed  and  training  stable,  W  s  Pine  nr  Seventh, 

res  Division  bet  Wood  and  Pine 
Lucas  N.  B,,  carpenter,  res  Eland  House 
Lucas  Robert  B.,  carpenter,  res  770  Twenty -first 
Lucas  Timothy  S.,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  S  s  Seven- 
teenth nr  Cypress 
Lude  Steven,  painter,  res  S  s  Twenty-fourth  nr  Adeline 
Ludlow  Charles  H.,  laborer,  res  832  Jefferson 
Ludlow  William  B.,  foreman  repair  department  C.  P.  R.  R., 

res  SE  cor  Pine  and  Atlantic 
Ludwig  H.  P.,  widow,  res  W  s  Thirteenth  av  bet  East  18th 

and  East  19th 
Ludwig  Maggie  Miss,  saleswoman  with  Walter  E.  Slate,  res 

Sixteenth  av  bet  East  13th  and  East  14th 
Ludwig  Zacharias,  cabinetmaker,  res  W  s  Sixteenth  av  bet 

East  14th  and  East  15th 
Lueger  Frank,  foreman  Washington  Brewery 
Luelling  Henderson,  clerk  with  G.  W.  Babcock     res  Ninth 

av  bet  East  14th  and  East  15th 
Luelling  Mary  Mrs.,  res  474  East  14th 
Luelling  Oregon  C,  bookkeeper  with  G.  W.  Babcock,  res 

470  Eighth 
Luff   Charles,    laborer   with   H.    &  J    Pantoskey,   res  562 

Fourth 
Lufkin  Charles  E.,  policeman  City  Hall,  res  813  Market 
Lufkin  Thomas  H.,   carpenter  and    builder,   res   NE    cor 

Twenty-first  av  and  East  20th 
Lulley  Louis  (Mark  Lulley  &  Co.)  res  326  Twelfth 
LULLEY  M.  &  SONS  (Meno  &  Moses  Lulley)  auctioneers 

and  commission  merchants  and  furniture  dealers,  462 

Eleventh 
Lulley  Mark  (Mark  Lulley  &  Co.)  res  326  Twelfth 
LULLEY  MARK  &  CO.  (Mark  and  Louis  Lulley)  adver- 
tising agency,  462  Eleventh 
Lulley  Meno   (M.  Lulley  &  Sons)  res  326  Twelfth 
Lulley  Moses  (M.   Lulley  &  Sons)  res  326  Twelfth 
Luna  Frank,  clerk,  res  E  s  Willow  bet  Seward  and  Lincoln 
Lund  J.  N.,  carpenter,  res  cor  Booth  and  Webster 


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OAKLAND     [L]    DIRECTORY.  295 

Lund  M.  Cj  commission  merchant  (S.  F.)  res  S  s  Ninth  nr 
Peralta 

Lundblad  August,  laundrjman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Lundt  Henry,  cabinetmaker  TV.  D.  Co.,  res  1716  Eighth 

LUNT  FRANK  G.,  proprietor  Oakland  Pharmacy,  NE  cor 
Seventh  and  Willow 

Lusk  Horace  B.,  carpenter  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  E  s  Tel- 
egraph road  nr  Summer,  Temescal 

LUSK  J.  &  CO.  (Josiah  Lusk)  manufacturer  hermetically 
sealed  goods,  canned  fruits,  etc.,  SE  cor  Telegraph  road 
and  Clifton,   Temescal 

Lusk  Josiah  (J.  Lusk  &  Co.)  res  N  s  Evoy  av  nr  Adeline 

Lusk  Louis  P.,  mechanic  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  E  s  Tele- 
graph road  nr  Summer,  Temescal 

Lusier  Louis  O.,  portrait  painter,  studio  475  Ninth,  room 
4,  res  NE  cor  Market  and  Eighteenth 

Luth  Charles  J.  H.,  harnessmaker  with  William  Hanley,  res 
1114  Seventh  av 

Luth  John,  wines  and  liquors,  NE  cor  Eighth  av  and  East 
Twelfth,  res  1114  Seventh  av 

Luther  D.,  physician,  res  SW  cor  Lydia  and  Brush 

Luther  Leonard,  driver  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Lutkey  George,  salesman  (S.  F.)  res  1255  Alice 

Luty  F.  E.,  real  estate,  507  Montgomery  (S.  F.)  res  924 
Filbert 

LUTZ  &  BERG  (H.  Lutz  and  M.  A.  Berg)  mirrors,  engrav- 
ings, cornices,  etc.,  1058  Broadway 

Lutz  H.  (Lutz  &  Berg)  res  959  Webster 

Lutz  Hermann,  tinsmith  with  Ernst  Schulcr,  res  N  s  Seward 
bet  Wood  and  Pine 

Lux  Joseph,  baker  with  Paul  &  Beier,  res  815  Broadway 

Lycurgus  Thomas,  laborer,  res  553  Sixth 

Lycoming  Fire  Insurance  Co.  of  Pennsylvania,  B.  C.  Dick, 
agent,  1004  Broadway 

Lydon  Patrick,  laborer  W.  D.  Co. 

Lyman  John,  with  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

LYNCH  EDWARD,  atty-at-law,  res  625  Chestnut 

Lynch  Eugene  (Lynch,  Maloney  &  Fitzell)  res  704  Webster 

Lynch  H.  J.,  tinsmith,  res  733  Filbert 

Lynch  Jeremiah,  res  N  s  Thirty-fourth  bet  Adeline  and  San 
Pablo  av 

Lynch  John,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  E  s  Cedar  bet 
Goss  and  Short 

Lynch  John,  carpenter,  res  Eland  House 

Lynch  John,  clerk,  res  310  Tenth 

Lynch  John,  laborer,  res  810  Alice 


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296  OAKLAND     [M]    DIRECTORY. 

Lynch  John,   laundryman  Contra  Costa   Laundry,  res  369 

Ninth 
Lynch,  Maloney  &  Fitzell  (Eugene  Lynch,  Patrick  Maloney 

and  Peter  Fitzell)  wood  and  coal,  NW  cor  Washington 

and  Fifth 
Lynch  Mary,  domestic,  S  s  Tenth  nr  Kirkham 
Lynch  Patrick,  cartman,  res  S  s  Seventeenth  nr  Market 
Lynch  Peter  J.,  gardener,  res  721  Filbert 
Lynch  Thomas,  laborer,  res  310  Tenth 
Lynch  W.  F.  B.,  county  Superintendent   Public    Schools, 

office  Court  House,  res  Centerville 
LYNDE  GEORGE  L..,  hardware,  stoves,  tinware,  gasfitting 

and  plumbing,  683   East  12th,   res  Fruit  Vale   av,  nr 

East  27th 
Lynde  L.  L.  Mrs.,  res  666  Tenth 
Lynde  P.  J.,  carpenter,  res  NW  cor  Seventeenth  and  Per- 

alta 
Lynde's  Hall,  683  East  12th 
Lyon  &  Kinsey  (J.  L.  Lyon  and  C.  W.  Kinsey)  proprietors 

Centennial    Auction  House,   SW   cor  Washington  and 

Ninth 
Lyon  J.  L.  (Lyon  &  Kinsey)  res  NW  cor  Twelfth  and  West 
Lyon  W.  S.,  res  Mansion  House 
Lyons   Herbert   H.,    physician,    1068   Broadway,    res   555 

Charter 
Lyons  John,   car  repairer  C.  P.   R.  R.,   res  Magnolia  nr 

Fourteenth 
Lyons  Thomas  M.,  builder,  res  N  s  Sixteenth  nr  Kirkham 
Lyons  William,  res  555  Charter 
Lyons  William,  laborer,  res  Capital  Hotel 
Lyons  — ,  clerk  with  G.  W.  McKeand 
Lyttle  John  A.,  mining,  res  N  s  Eighth  nr  Willow 

M 

Mabrey  W.  L.,  watchman  W.  D.  Co.,  res  S  s  Goss  bet  Wood 
and  Willow 

Mabrv  A.  Y.,  money  broker,  965  Broadway,  res  329  Fifth 

MacBeth  David,  res  662  Fourth 

MacCann  William,  clerk  Mission  Woolen  Mills  (S.  F.)  res 
858  Castro 

MacDERMOTT  CHARLES  F.,  capitalist,  res  NE  cor  Sev- 
enth and  Center 

MacDONALD  CALVIN  B.,  editor  Once  a  Week,  res  461 
Ninth 


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OAKLAND    [M]    DIRECTORY.  297 

MacGowan  P.  S.,  bookkeeper  with  Murphy,   Grant  &  Co. 

(S.  F.)  res  175  Eighth 
MacLeod  Alexander,  calker,  res  E  s  Henry  nr  Fifth 
Macdonald  John  A.  C,  plumbing  and  gasfitting,  E  s  Broad- 
way bet  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth 
Macdonald  John  B.,   shipwright,  res  TV  s  Henry  bet  Third 

and  Fifth 
Macdougall  William   J.,  professor  music   and   organist  St. 

Paul's  Church,  res  SW  cor  Twelfth  and  Webster 
Mace  William,   Custom  House  officer,   res   E  s   Market  nr 

Twenty-first 
Machale  Thomas,  tailor,  res  Eland  House 
Machiera  Carlo,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 
Mack  John,  hostler  with   Hard  &  Howe,  res  S  s  Pacific  nr 

Campbell 
Mack  Patrick,  laborer,  res  N  s  Thirteenth  bet  Peralta  and 

Center 
Mack  Patrick,  laborer,  res  NW  cor  Adeline  and  First,  rear 
Mackey  John  S.,  teamster  Pioneer  Mill,  res  373  Second 
Mackie  James  B.,  clerk  (S.  F.)  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 
Mackie  John  H.,  patent  sewer  traps,   NE   cor  Valley  and 

Locust 
Mackie  J.  TV.,  res  9  Tenth 

Mackin  John,  carpenter  and  saloon,  E  s  Choate  nr  Univer- 
sity av,  B. 
Macklin  Henry,  res  308  Seventh 

Macomber  Egbert,  farmer,  res  cor  Thirty-fourth  and  Chester 
MADDEN   &    NUNAN  (F.  Madden  and  John  J.  Nunan) 

marble  works,  1214  Broadway 
Madden  Daniel,  laborer,  res  SE  cor  Sixteenth  and  Linden 
Madden  F.  (Madden  &  Nunan)  res  1528  Broadway 
Madden  Henry,  plumber  with  O.  C.  Kirk,  res  305  Third 
Madden  Maggie,  domestic,  The  Centennial 
Madden  Michael,  lather,  res  S  s  Summer  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Maddigan  Martin,  hostler  with  W.  H.  Glascock 
Maddigan  Michael,  horseshoer  with  A.  J.  Butterfield,  res 

405  Tenth 
Maddock  Morris,  res  953  Webster 
Madigan  John,  laborer,  res  TV  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Holyoke, 

W.  B. 
Madilena  A.  J.,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Madison  Frank,  laborer,  res  864  Washington 
Madison  George  A.,  lather,  res  Winthrop  House 
Madriaga  Atanasio,  laborer,  res  E  s  Lusk  nr  Evoy  av 
Madsen  Henry  L.,  fruit  and  cigars,  1301  San  Pablo  av 
Madsen  Julius  A.,  carpenter,  E  s  Market  nr  Seventeenth 


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298  OAKLAND    [  M  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Madoras  Joseph,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Madoras  Manuel,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Magee  David  B.  (Reed  &  Magee)  res  Central  Pacific  Hotel 

Magill  H.  J.,  with  Alameda  County  Branch  Home  Mutual 
Insurance  Co.,  res  cor  Chestnut  and  Buena  Vista  av, 
Alameda 

MAGILL  ROBERT  H.,  manager  Home  Mutual  Insurance 
Co.,  Alameda  County  Branch,  office  SE  cor  Broadway 
and  Ninth,  res  cor  Chestnut  and  Buena  Yista  av,  Ala- 
meda 

Magner  Hannah,  proprietor  El  Dorado  House,  375  Eleventh 

Magiier  Michael,  painter,  res  SE  cor  Eleventh  and  Franklin 

Magnes  Abraham,  res  1163  Tenth  av 

Maguire  John,  watchman  Pioneer  Planing  Mill 

Maguire  Kate,  domestic  D.  and  D.  and  B.  Asylum 

Maguire  S.  Mis.,  res  1211  West 

Maguire  Thomas,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  N  s  Chase  bet 
Wood  and  Willow 

Mahan  Edward,  laborer,  res  NE  cor  Tenth  and  Franklin 

Mahar  William,  conductor  C.  P.R.  R.,  res  1120  Washington 

Maher  Ghristopher,  res  McAdam  nr  Clifton 

Maher  E.,  plumber  with  Dalziel  &  Moller 

Maher  Frank  W.,  student  University 

Maher  Henry,  painter,  res  S  s  East  16th  bet  Tenth  and 
Eleventh  avs 

Maher  John,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Seventh  nr  Cedar 

Maher  John,  wines  and  liquors,  1303  San  Pablo  av,  and  pro- 
prietor St.  Louis  House,  415  Seventh 

Maher  Mary,  widow,  res  S  s  East  16th  bet  Tenth  and  Elev- 
enth avs 

Maher  Walter,  res  S  s  East  16th  bet  Tenth  and  Eleventh  avs 

Mahl  Sidonia,  widow,  res  1224  Eighth 

Mahon  Katie,  domestic,  608  Seventeenth 

Mahoney  Dennis,  laborer,  res  560  Third 

Mahoney  Cornelius,  laborer,  res  SW  cor  Third  and  Grove 

Mahoney  Timothy,  laborer,  res  S  s  Linden  av  nr  Telegraph 
av 

Mahony  Redmond  J.,  cashier  with  J.  J.  O'Brien  &  Co.,  res 
Grand  Central  Hotel 

Mahony  Thomas,  porter  U.  S.  Mint  (S.  F.)  res  669  Eighth 

Mailliard  Joseph,  student  University,  res  Zeta  Psi  Hall 

Main  A.  F.,  accountant,  res  658  Fifth 

Malcolm  Ann  Mrs.,  res  N  s  University  av  opp  Ellsworth,  B. 

Maleplate  Gustav,  res  Twelfth  opp  Lake  Merritt 

MALETON  EDWARD,  barber  and  cigars,  919  Broadway, 
res  1606  San  Pablo  av 


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OAKLAND    [  M  ]    DIRECTORY.  299 

Maleton  Harry,  wines  and  liquors,  SE  cor  Twenty-second 
and  San  Pablo  av 

Mallet  J.,  French  bakery,  617  Broadway 

Mallett  &  Hammon  (John  Mallett  and  W.  P.  Hammon) 
nurserymen,  4  James'  Block 

Mallett  John  (Mallett  &  Hammon)  res  4  James'  Block 

Malley  Michael,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  E  s  Filbert  bet  Third 
and  Fifth 

Mallon  Michael,  laborer,  res  972  Third 

Malloney  John,  yard  foreman  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Mallus  Jennie  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  res  476  Twelfth 

Malm  Charles  A.  (I).  S.  Martin  &  Co.,  S.  F.)  res  949  Willow 

Malone  James,  furniture  (S.  F.)  res  N  s  Walton  nr  Grove 

Malone  O.,  laborer,  res  810  Alice 

Maloney  Dennis,  laborer,  res  E  s  West  nr  Eighteenth 

Maloney  James,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  S  s  Third  nr  Myrtle 

Maloney  John,  laborer,  res  S  s  Eighteenth  nr  Market 

Maloney  John  H.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Eighteenth  bet 
Market  and  West 

Maloney  M.  L.,  res  1009  Franklin 

Maloney  Patrick,  carpenter,  res  cor  Peralta  and  Twenty- 
eighth 

Maloney  Patrick,  laborer,  res  Overland  House 

Maloney  Patrick  (Lynch,  Maloney  &  Fitzell)  res  S  s  Eigh- 
teenth bet  Market  and  West 

Maloney  Patrick,  shipjoiner,  res  N  s  William  bet  Pine  and 
Cedar 

Maloney  Peter,  butcher,  shop  and  res  SW  cor  Shattuck  and 
Shannon  way,  B. 

Maloney  Thomas,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co.,  res  N  s 
Twenty-fourth  nr  Filbert 

Maloney  Thomas,  shoemaker  with  J.  Green,  res  Winthrop 
House 

MALOON  &  CASWELL  (Benjamin  Maloon  and  Mason  P. 
Caswell)  feed,  produce  and  groceries,  SE  cor  Twelfth 
and  Market 

Maloon  Benjamin  (Maloon  &  Caswell)  res  1369  Market 

Maloon  Benjamin  F.  (Maloon  Bros.)  res  1369  Market 

Maloon  Bros.  (Seth  B.  and  B.  F.  Maloon)  flour,  grain,  hay 
and  feed,  E  s  Broadway  bet  Seventeenth  and  Durant 

Maloon  George  E.,  carpenter,  res  1369  Market 

Maloon  Henry,  clerk  with  Maloon  Bros.,  res  814  Twenty- 
first 

Maloon  Seth  B.  (Maloon  Bros.)  res  S  s  Seventeenth  bet 
Brush  and  West 

Maloy  Mary,  cook,  NE  cor  Seventh  and  Center 


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300  OAKLAND    [  M  ]    DIRECTORY. 

MAMMOTH  SALOON,  John  Bauer  proprietor,  810  Broad- 
way 

Manchester  Humphrey,  res  S  s  East  17th  bet  Sixth  and 
Seventh  avs 

Mandlebaum  Fiesco,  student  University,  res  S  s  Bancroft 
way  nr  Choate,  B. 

MANEFELD  GEORGE,  proprietor  Vienna  Chemical 
Steam  Dyeing  Works,  834  Broadway,  res  cor  Sixth  and 
Franklin 

Mangels  Herman,  proprietor  East  Oakland  Brewery,  and 
wines  and  liquors,  SE  cor  East  12th  Eighth  av 

Mangen  John  C,  horseshoer,  res  St.  Louis  House 

Manhattan  Marble  Co.  of  California,  L.  L.  Alexander  sec- 
retary, NW  cor  Filbert  and  First 

Manley  Jedadiah  M.,    special  policeman,  res  518  East  14th 

Manlove  S.  A.,  teamster  Oakland  Lumber  Yard,  res  666 
Ninth 

Manly  Mary  Ann,  domestic  with  Hiram  Tubbs 

Mann  Albert  W.,  clerk  with  Sather  &  Co.  (S.  F.)  res  N  s 
Fifteenth  bet  Clay  and  Jefferson 

Mann  B.  F.,  capitalist,  res  St.  James  House 

Mann  Edwin  E.,  driver  Oakland  R.  R.,  res  cor  Forty -ninth 
and  Telegraph  av,  Temescal 

Mann  N.  J.,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 

Mannie  Marcel,  engineer,  res  NE  cor  East  10th  and  Tenth  av 

Manning  Daniel  W.,  machinist  Cal.  Watch  Co.,  res  E  s  Sev- 
enth nr  Delaware  av,  W.  B 

Manning  J.,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 

Manning  Julia  Miss,  res  1679  Atlantic 

Manning  Patrick  J.,  carpenter,  res  SW  cor  Pacific  and 
Campbell 

Manning  Timothy,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Central 
Pacific  Railroad  House 

Manning  W.  L,  machinist  Cal.  Watch  Co.,  res  Park  House, 
W.  B. 

Manrow  John,  machinist  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Railroad  Exchange 
Hotel 

Mansen  Henry,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  SW  cor  William 
and  Campbell 

Mansfield  George,  res  827  Franklin 

Mansfield  James,  2d  office  Oakland  Ferry,  res  S.  F. 

Mansfield  W.  F.,  sexton  First  Presbyterian  Church 

MANSION  HOUSE,  Miss  L.  A.  Willey  proprietress,  Broad- 
way bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth 

Mansion  House,  James  H.  Kimball  proprietor,  NE  cor 
Fifteenth  av  and  East  12th 


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OAKLAND    [M]    DIRECTORY.  301 

Mansons  Joseph,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Man  tor  J.  Warren,  paper  carrier,  res  662  Brown 

Manuel  George  S.,  pressman  Signs  of  the  Times,   res  708 

Eleventh 
Manuel  George  W.,  res  NE  cor  Fourteenth  and  Castro 
Manuel  L.,  res  N  s  Bristol  nr  Seventh,  W.  B. 
Manzen  Henry,  car  cleaner  C.   P.  R.    R.,  res  cor  Campbell 

and  William 
Maple  Leaf  Nursery,   L.  M.  Newsom  proprietor,  151  East 

12th 
Marano  Meranda,  vaquero,  res  Forty-seventh  nr  Shattuck, 

Temescal 
Marble  William  D.,  boot  and  shoemaker,  480  Eighth 
Marc  Antonio,  carpenter  with  Power  &   Ough,  res  N  s  East 

14th  bet  Eighteenth  and  Nineteenth  avs 
March  Mary,  widow,   res  E  s   Brush  bet  Seventeenth  and 

Eighteenth 
Marchand  Aimy  D.,  photographic  artist,  res  N  s  Sixteenth 

nr  Kirkham 
Marchand  Frank,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Sixteenth  nr  Clay 
Marchand  J.  E.,  res  Berkeley  Hotel 

Marcus  Isaiah,  auction  store,  869  Broadway,  res  580  Charter 
Margo  Joseph,  photographer,  NE  cor  Seventh  and  Peralta 
Mariante  Wm.  F.,  proprietor  Eastern  Hotel,  714  East  12th 
Marietich  Andrew,  res  465  Fourth 

Mariotte  Noel,  civil  and  mechanical  engineer,  res  556  Six- 
teenth 
Maristany  Joseph,  wholesale  liquors  (S.  F.)  res  Eighth  bet 

Adeline  and  Union 
Markey  Mary,  domestic,  E  s  Telegraph  av  bet  Plymouth  av 

and  Edwards 
Marklen  Josephine  Mrs.,  res  662  Alice 
Markley  Frank,  jeweler,  res  718  Fourth 
Markley  George  W.,  carpenter,  res  760  Brush 
Marks  Aaron,  dealer  glass,  doors,  windows,  blinds,  etc.,  424 

Eighth,  res  855  Clay 
Marks  Anton,  res  ^  s  East  14th  bet  Eighteenth  and  Nine- 
teenth avs 
Marks  James,  lather,  res  nr  R.  R.  station,  B. 
MARKS  LOUIS,  groceries  and  liquors,  store  and  res  SE 

cor  Second  and  University  av,  B. 
Marks  Morris,  driver  with  A.  Marks,  res  424  Eighth 
Marks  Samuel,  hostler  Downing's  Livery  and  Stage  Stable, 

res  368  Eighth 
Marolf  Christ,'  hog  ranch,  Thirty-ninth  bet  Telegraph  and 

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302  OAKLAND    [  M  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Marquardsen   &  Becker  (Charles  Marquardaen  and   Fred. 

Becker)  butchers,  SW  cor  Castro  and  Sixth 
Marquardsen  Charles  (Marquardsen  &  Becker)  res  SW  cor 

Castro  and  Sixth 
Marquardt  JohnG.  Rev.,  pastor  Evangelical  Association,  res 

N  s  Thirteenth  nr  Campbell 
Marquart  W.,  laborer  Washington  Brewery,  NE  cor  Broad- 
way and  Sixth 
MARQUES  JOHN,  proprietor  Post  Office  Restaurant,  459 

Ninth 
Marr  Archibald  C,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Cedar  bet 

Sixth  and  Seventh 
Marr  R.  H.,  foreman  shipwright  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Marriner  M.  B.,  painter,  res  958  Webster 
Marriner  Silas  H.,  foreman  W.  D.  Co.,  res  N  s  Nineteenth 

nr  Market 
Marsden  Richard,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  370  Second 
Marsh  Alice  Miss,  res  SW  cor  Eighth  and  Castro 
Marsh  C.  C,  res  666  Ninth 
Marsh  Charles,  engraver  California  Watch  Co. 
Marsh  C.  P.,  capitalist,  res  SW  cor  Eighth  and  Castro 
Marsh  E.  B.,  dealer  stocks,  res  1408  Eighth 
Marsh  John,   baker  Cosmopolitan  Hotel   (S.   F.)    res    173 

Eighth 
Marsh  John,  builder,  res  1116  Broadway 
Marsh  John  C,  atty-at-law,  res  SW  cor  Eighth  and  Castro 
Marsh  M.,  real  estate,  res  NW  cor  Thirtieth  and  Adeline 
Marsh  Maggie  Miss,  res  SW  cor  Eighth  and  Castro 
Marsh  Sarah  Miss,  res  SW  cor  Eighth  and  Castro 
Marsh  W.  V.,  teacher  Golden  Gate  Academy 
Marshall  Charles,  res  W  s  Webster  bet  Sixteenth  and  Sev- 
enteenth 
Marshal  City,  Perry  Johnson,  office  City  Hall,  room  5 
Marshall  Frank  J.,  foreman  Oakland  Wharf,  res  N  s  Pacific 

bet  Wood  and  Willow 
Marshall  George  W.,  res  605  Sixth 
Marshall  John,  carpenter,  res  165  Seventh 
Marshall  John,  saloon  (S.  F.)res  813  Center 
Marshall  John  C,  cooper,  res  831  Seventh 
Marshall  W.,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Marson  Manuel,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R. 
MARSTON  &  ADAMS  (Samuel  I.  Marston  and  George  A. 

Adams)  real  estate  agents,  NW  cor   Washington    and 

Seventh 
Marston  B.  S.,  clerk  U.  S.  Mint  (S.    F.)  res  W  s  Broadway 

nr  Twentieth 


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Marston  Charles  A.,  res  1257  Jackson 

Marston  Charles  A.,  bookkeeper  with  Marston  &  Adams, 

NW  cor  Washington  and  Seventh 
Marston  Frank  A.,  harness  and  saddlery,  NE  cor  Broadway 

and  Eleventh,  res  W  s  Campbell  nr  Twelfth 
Marston   J.   S.,    watchman  U.    S.   Mint   (S.    F.)    res   1257 

Jackson 
Marston  P.  F.,  builder,  res  Fruit  Vale  av 
Marston  Samuel  I.  (Marston  &  Adams)  res  W  s  Harrison 

nr  Sixth 
Martel  Melissa  Mrs.,  ladies  nurse,  res  366  Fourth 
Martell  Joseph,  bootblack  stand,  455  Seventh,  res  N  s  Four- 
teeth  bet  Franklin  and  Webster 
MARTENS  &  REIER  (John  Martens  and  Henry  Keier) 

fancy  and  staple  dry  goods,  1159  Broadway 
Martens  Joseph,  dairy,  N  s  Thirty-third  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Martens  John  (Martens  &  Reier)  res  663  Sixth 
Martin  Addison,  res  W  s  Seventh  av    bet  East  10th  and 

East  11th 
Martin  Aurelius  F.,  student  University,  res  Ivy  Cottage 
Martin  Bartholomew,  farmer,   W  s  Fifth  nr  Holyoke,  B 
Martin  C.  S.,  carpenter,  res  NW  cor  A  and  Hannah 
Martin  Daniel  E.,  superintendent  Pacific  Ice  Co.  (S.  F.)  res 

1323  Harrison 
Martin  Daniel  S.,  (D.  S.  Martin  &  Co.,  S.  F.)  res  E  s  Camp- 
bell nr  Eighth 
Martin  Ebinezer,    bricklayer  with   Cameron    tt   McDonald, 

res  cor  Twenty-first  and  Curtis 
Martin  Edward  J.  jr.,    superintendent's   clerk  S.  P.  P.  P., 

res  720  Seventh 
Martin  Frank  H.,   framemaker  with  Lutz  &  Berg,    res  W  s 

Ninth  av  bet  East  16th  and  East  17th 
Martin  Frederick  P.,  res  55  Valley 
Martin  George  P.,  laborer  C.  P.  P.  P.,  res  N  s  Fifth  bet 

Henry  and  Chester 
Martin  George  W.,  rigger,  res  1864  Seventh 
Martin  James,  brakeman  C.  P.  P.  P. 
Martin  James,  laborer,  res  Overland  House 
Martin  James,  sheetiron  pipemaker,  res  Overland  House 
Martin  James  C,  atty-at-law,  15-16  Wilcox  block,  res  1266 

Grove 
Martin  James  L.,  carpenter,  res  319  Fourth 
Martin  James  S.,  nurseryman,  SW  cor  Sixth  and  Folsom, 

W.  B. 
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304  OAKLAND     [M]    DIRECTORY. 

MARTIN  J.  WEST,  president  Union  Savings  Bank,  res  56 

Seventh 
Martin,  Kroll  &  Co.    (William  H.  Martin,  W.  F.  Kroll  and 

W.  T.  Wood)  fruit,  candy  and  cigars,  Seventh-st  (Broad- 
way station) 
Martin  Mary,  domestic,  753  Eighth 
Martin  M.  S.,  stockbroker,  res  SW  cor  Eleventh  av  and  East 

15th 
Martin  Nancy,  housekeeper,  963  Center 
Martin  Oscar  S.,  student  University 
Martin  Peter  E.,  painter  with  C.  B.  Rutherford 
Martin  Robert,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,   res  N  s  Berkeley 

way  nr  Shattuck,   B. 
Martin  Robert  W.,   stairbuilder  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res 

W  s  Ninth  av  bet  East  16th  and  East  17th 
Martin  Samuel,  teamster  with  Freeman  &  Jaffe,  res  Linden 

bet  First  and  Third 
Martin  Spencer,  atty-at-law,  adjuster  and  insurance  agent, 

1106  Broadway,  res  958  Webster 
Martin  Thomas,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  864  Campbell 
Martin  Will  N.,  student  University 
Martin  William,  carpenter, ..res  N  s  Taylor  nr  Willow 
Martin  William  H.  (Martin,  Kroll  &  Co.)  res  cor  Clay  and 

Eighth 
Martin  — ,    butcher   with  T.    W.  Thacker,    cor  Third  and 

Filbert 
Martin  William,  res  479  East  10th 
Martinez  C.  K.  Mrs.,  teacher  Golden  Gate  Academy 
Martter  &  Leber  (Jacob  Martter  and  John  Leber)  painters 

and  paper  hangers,  460  Fifth 
Martter  Jacob  (Martter  &  Leber)  res  460  Fifth 
Martyn  William  P.,  carpenter,  res  Taylor  nr  Willow 
Marwedel  Charles  F.,  machinists'  supplies  (S.  F.)  res  Blake 

House 
Marx  David  B.,  student  University,  res  Chi  Phi  House 
Marx  —  Mrs.,  res  Fruit  Vale  county  road  nr  Putnam 
Maschfaux  David,  tanner  with  G.  F.  Crist 
Maskell  John  (Maskell  &   Summerfield,   S.  F.)  res  N  s  Ed- 
wards nr  Telegraph  av 
Mason  Andrew  J.,  miner,  res  N  s  East  17th  bet  Seventh  and 

Eighth  avs 
Mason  C.  H.,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Delaware,  W.  B. 
Mason  H.  J.,  barkeeper  stmr  Capital 
Mason  I.  M.,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 
Mason  James,  res  E  s  Thirteenth  av  bet  East  15th  and  East 

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OAKLAND    [M]    DIRECTORY.  305 

Mason"  James  L.,  waiter  Nicboll  House  Restaurant 

Mason  Jesse  D.,  teacher  penmanship,  454  Twelfth,  res  N  s 

Thirteenth  bet  Wood  and  Willow 
Mason  John,  bootmaker  with  Frederick  Lexow,  res  Railroad 

House 
Mason  John  A.,  laborer,  res  1210  Seventh 
Mason  John  Reuben,  agent  San  Jose  Woolen  Mills  (S.  F.) 

res  1263  Webster 
Mason  Marcus,  stock  ranch,  res  228  Ninth 
MASON  W.  C.  &  CO.  (W.  C.  Mason  and  Charles  Packard) 

groceries,  liquors  and  crockery,  301  East  12th 
Mason  W.  H.  A.,  live  stock,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Mason  William  C.  (W.  C.  Mason  &  Co.)  res  366  East  14th 
Mason  William  H.,  atty-at-law,  res  804  Willow 
Masonic    Hall    Association,    George    W.    Drake   president, 

Joseph  J.  Hollywood  secretary,  office  NE  cor  Seventh 

and  Willow 
Masonic  Halls,  SW  cor  Broadway  and  Eighth,  and  NE  cor 

Seventh  and  Willow 
Masjjero  Angelo,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 
Massie  John,  conductor  C.P.  R.  R.,  res  S  s  Lincoln  nr  Willow 
Masson  P.  B.  F.  Mine,  teacher  French,  462  Twelfth 
Mastick  George  H.,  student  University 
Mastick  Reuben  W.  student  University 

Matcovich  Frank,  cook,  res  E  s  Lewis  bet  Fifth  and  Seventh 
Mather  Solon  H.,  res  317  Sixth 
Matheson  Daniel  H.,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  S  s  Seventh 

bet  Union  and  Magnolia 
Matheson  Mary  M.,  domestic,  1720  Third 
Mathews  &  Allen  (E.  G.  Mathews  and  Charles  E.  Allen)  real 

estate  agents,  6o5  East  12th 
MATHEWS  C.  G.  A.,  proprietor  United  States  Restaurant, 

1154  Broadway,  res  1156  Broadway 
Mathews  E.  G.  (Mathews  k  Allen)  res  104  East  12th 
Mathews  Henry,  res  1019  Fifth  av 
Mathews  J.  C,   architect,   Union  Bank  Building,  res  N   s 

Durant  bet  Broadway  and  Franklin 
Mathews  John,  carpenter,  res  N  s  East  16th  bet  Seventh  and 

Eighth  avs 
Mathews  Peter,  farmer,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Alcatraz  av 
Mathews  William  H.  J.,  res  W  s  Webster  bet  Twenty-first 

and  Twenty-second 
Ma£hews  W.  J.,  architect,  res  N  s  Durant  bet  Broadway  and 

Franklin 
Mathewson  James,  clerk  with  H.  Bownan,  res  cor  Twenty- 
fifth  and  Webster 


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Mathewson  James,  dairy,  res  cor  Twenty-fifth  and  Webster 
MATHEWSON   PETER,    groceries    and   liquors,    SE    cor 

Fourth  and  Webster,  res  369  Webster 
Mathey  Pauline,  domestic  with  W.  A.  Bray 
Mathias  Margaret,  domestic,  915  Myrtle 
Mathias  Thomas,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 
Mathiesen  Dennis,  laborer,  res  865  Twenty-second 
Mathieu  Adrien,  baker,  res  519  Fourth 
Mathisen  Lena,  domestic,  SE  cor  Adeline  and  Tenth 
Matson  William,  musician,  res  371  Ninth 
MATTERN  HARRY,  proprietor  Centennial  Meat  Market, 

shop  and  res  NW  cor  Ninth  and  Webster 
Mattern  Henry,  speculator,  res  NW  cor  Ninth  and  Webster 
Mattingly  John  A.,  clerk  with  Ledden,  Whipple  &  Co.  (S. 

F.J  res  719  Jefferson 
Mattingly  Richard  C,  carpenter,  res  719  Jefferson 
Mattingly  Simeon,  mining,  res  719  Jefferson 
Mattingly  William  T.,   collector  Alameda   County  Branch 

Home  Mutual  Ins.  Co.,  res  719  Jefferson 
Mattox  William,  farmer,  res  S  s  Thirteenth  nr  Wood 
MAU  CHARLES,  architect,  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Eighth, 

res  NE  cor  Jefferson  and  Fifteenth 
Maupin  Alexander,  druggist,  res  1116  Broadway 
Mauvais  Zeno,  agent  Florence  Sewing  Machines,  456  Twelfth, 

res  278  Thirteenth 
Mauzy  Byron,  clerk  with  Kohler  &  Chase,  res  730  Eleventh 
Mauzy  R.  D.  &  W.  P.,  physicians,  1104  Broadway 
Mauzy  Reuben  D.  (R.  D.  <fc  W.  P.  Mauzy)  physician,  1104 

Broadway,  res  730  Eleventh 
Mauzy  William  P.  (R.  D.  &  W.  P.  Mauzy)  physician,  1104 

Broadway,  res  730  Eleventh 
Maxwell  Benjamin  F.,  clerk  with  William  B.  Ellwood,  res 

NW  cor  Twelfth  and  Kirkham 
Maxwell  G.  H.,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Maxwell  James,  broker  (S.  F.)  res  East  14th  nr  Twenty- 
second  av 
Maxwell  M.  L.,  widow,  res  475  Ninth 
Maxwell  Walter,  res  NW  cor  East  15th  and  Eleventh  av 
Maxwell  William  A.,  official  reporter  Probate  Court  (S.  F.) 

res  1356  Franklin 
May  &  Alga  (J.  H.  May  and  Richard  Alga)  butchers,  S  s 

Seventh  bet  Henry  and  Chester 
May  Alexander  W.,  livery  stable,  Twelfth  av  and  East  ljth, 

and  superintendent  E.  O.,  F.  V.  and  M.  S.  R.  R.,  res 

East  14th  nr  Fruit  Vale  av 
May  E.  A.  (Grosso  &  May)  res  1225  Webster 


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OAKLAND     [  M  ]  -DIRECTORY.  307 

May  J.  H.  (May  &  Alga)  res  S  s  Seventh  bet  Chester  and 

Henry 
May  William  B.,  atty-at-law,  res  E  s  Webster  nr  Durant 
Mayborn  C.  G.,  farmer,  res  SE  cor  San  Pablo  av  and  Forty- 
second 
Mayer  Adolph,  upholsterer,  store  and  res  619  East  12th 
Mayer  John,  tinsmith,  res  216  Eleventh 
Mayer  Eichard,  res  E  s  Union  nr  Thirty-second 
MAYES  GEORGE,  restaurant,   1215  Broadway,   res    1209 

Broadway 
Mayhew  A.  H.,  wheat  merchant,  res  SW  cor  Third  av  and 

East  12th 
MAYOR  OAKLAND  CITY,  E.  H.  Pardee,  City  Hall 
McAdam  Alexander,  carpenter,  res  Humboldt  House 
McAlister  J.  H.,  Central  WTood  Depot  (S.  F.)  res  934  Linden 
McArdle  Sarah,  domestic  D.  and  I),  and  B.  Asylum 
McArthur  Daniel,  tailor,  NE  cor  Seventh  and  Cedar 
McArthur  John,  clerk,  res  NE  cor  Seventh  and  Cedar 
McArthur  Lulla  Mrs.,  teacher  music,  res  462  Twelfth 
McAvery  Bernard,  engineer  C.  P.  E.  E.,  res  W  s  Campbell 

bet  Pacific  and  Atlantic 
McAvinn  Patrick,  fireman  C.   P.  E.  E.,  res  cor  Fifteenth 

and  Cypress 
McAVOY  HUGH  (Beaudry  &  McAvoy)  res  Sixth  bet  Web- 
ster and  Harrison 
McBean  Alexander,   contractor,   res  967  Jackson 
McBean    P.    McG.     (Gladding,    McBean   &    Co.)    res    501 

Geary  (S.  F.) 
McBride  James,  wood  carver  W.  D.  Co.,  res  S  s  William  bet 

Wood  and  Pine 
McBrien  James,  laborer,  res  Lynn  nr  Thirteenth  av 
McBrien  Jane,  widow,  res  1021  Third 
McBrine  Patrick,  coachman,  res  759  Castro 
McCABE  &  COX  (Michael  McCabe  and  P.  M.  Cox)  gro- 
ceries and  liquors,  838  Market 
McCabe  Edward,  laborer,  res  NE  cor  Seventh  av  and  East 

17th 
McCabe  J.,  plasterer,  res  824  Twenty-second 
McCabe  Michael  (McCabe  &  Cox)  res  837  Market 
McCabe  Nicholas,  carpenter,  res  Winthrop  House 
McCafferty  Daniel,  teamster  with  W.  F.  Hughes,   res  Char- 
ter Oak  Hotel 
McCafferty  Eose,  domestic,  NE  cor  Eighth  and  Jefferson 
McCaffery  John,  plumber  with  J.  Spencer,  res  410  Tenth 
McCain  Nicholas,  carpenter,  res  Winthrop  House 
McCall  George,  boiler  maker,  res  729  Myrtle 


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308  OAKLAND    [  M  ]    DIRECTORY. 

MeCALLUM  JOHN  G.,  atty-at-law,  Union  Bank  Building, 

room  9,  res  1115  Jackson 
McCan  Frank  A.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Brown  bet  Grove  and 

Telegraph  av 
McCargal  Fannie  A.  Miss,  bookkeeper  with  Murry  Dunham, 

res  NW  cor  Telegraph  av  and  Seventeenth 
McCarroll  Henry  W.,  pressman  Pacific  Press,  res  cor  Eigh- 
teenth and  Broadway 
McCarthy   &   Stephenson  (Timothy  McCarthy  and   Stanley 

Stephenson)  painting  and  whitening,  361  Eighth 
McCarthy  Daniel,  calker  W.  D.  Co.,  res  N  s  Taylor  nr  Pine 
McCarthy  Jeremiah,  res  cor  Fourth  and  Delaware,  W.  B. 
McCarthy  Jeremiah,  draughtsman,  res  Winthrop  House 
McCarthy  Mary  Miss,  res  E  s  Peralta  bet  Third  and  Fifth 
McCarthy  Michael,  laborer,  res  S  s  Pacific  nr  Campbell 
McCarthy  Pafc'ick,  fireman  stmr  Capital 
McCarthy  Patrick,  laborer,  res  812  Pine 
McCarthy  Thomas,   waiter  Russell  House  Restaurant,  res 

112  Pacific 
McCarthy    Timothy    (McCarthy     &    Stephenson)    res    363 

Eighth,  rear 
McCarthy  Timothy,  laborer,  res  Union  Hotel 
McCarthy  T.  J.,  printer  Evening  Democrat,  res  S  s  Pacific 

nr  Campbell 
McCartney  Harry,  painter,  res  Sixth  av  nr  East  16th 
McCartney  Patrick,  horse  trainer  with  H.  J.  Lucas 
McCarty  Charles,  stableman,  res  El  Dorado  House 
McCarty  Charles  C,  student  University,   res  N  s  Dwight 

way  nr  Humboldt  av,  B. 
McCarty  Daniel,  plumber,  res  El  Dorado  House 
McCarty  Edward,  laborer,  res  Eagle  House 
McCarty  Jeremiah,  laborer,  res  417  Seventh 
McCarty  John,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Evoy  av  nr  Adeline 
McCarty  Patrick,  waiter,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel 
McCartv  William,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill  res  517 

Ninth 
McCaskell  Hugh,  blacksmith,  608  Broadway 
McCaskell  John,   blacksmith  with    Hugh   McCaskell,    608 

Broadway 
McCaslin  Andrew,  teamster,  res  W  s  Ninth  av  bet  East  16th 

and  East  17th 
McCaughan  Hugh,  res  Clay  bet  Eighth  and  Ninth 
McCauley  James,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Latindry 
McCHESNEY    JOSEPH    B.,    principal   High   School   cor 

Market  and  Twelfth,  and  President  Oakland  Library, 

res  1350  Franklin 


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OAKLAND    [M]    DIRECTORY.  309 

McClain  James  C,  capitalist,  res  Winsor  House 
McClaiu  John,  fireman  stmr  Capital,  res  361  Third 
McClain  John  sr.,  res  1011  Eleventh  av 
McClanahan  Absolom,  laboi-er,  res  572  Fourth 
McClanahan  Robert,  with  W.  W.  McKenzie,  res  570  Fourth 
McClane     Gustavus    T.,    expressman,    cor    Broadway    and 

Eighth,  res  E  s  Myrtle  bet  Twenty-second  and  Twenty- 
Fourth 
McClellan  George,  laborer,  res  Twenty-sixth  nr  San  Pablo  av 
McClelland  Henry   S.,  carpenter,    res   SW  cor  Twenty-fifth 

and  Broadway 
McClenny   William  S.,4  painter,    res   SE   cor  Temescal  and 

Telegraph  av 
MeCLEVERTY  &  NOBLETT    (Charles    McCleverty    and 

Robert  Noblett))   proprietors   Fashion  Livery   Stable, 

860  Broadway 
McCleverty  Charles  (McCleverty  &  Noblett)  res  567  Eighth 
McClintock  Joseph,  teamster,  res  S  s  East  16th  bet  Twelfth 

and  Thirteenth  avs 
McCloud  Edward,  fireman  Oakland  Ferrv 
McCloud  R.  H.,  postal  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  1603  Brush 
MeCLURE    DAVID    Rev.,    principal    California    Military 

Academy,  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Prospect  pi 
McClure  Samuel,  timekeeper  W.  D.  Co.,  res  E  s  Wood  bet 

Eighth  and  Chase 
MeCLURE    STEWART   Major,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr 

Prospect  pi 
McClure  A.  T.,  physician,  res  325  Sixth 
McCoggan  —  ,  farmer,  res  960  Clay 
McComb  Barron,  carpenter,  res  SW  cor  Thirty-fourth  and 

Chestnut 
McComb  Carroll,  res  SW  cor  Thirty -fourth  and  Chestnut 
McComb   John,    editor   Alta   California    (S.    F.)    res  W   s 

Second  nr  Vernon,  Temescal 
McComb   Martha   E.  Mrs.,  res  SW  cor  Thirty-fourth  and 

Chestnut 
McComb  Mary  M.  res  Es  Filbert  bet  Twelfth  and  Fourteenth 
McCombs  Jane,  chambermaid  Railroad  Avenue  Hotel 
McConnell  D.,  with  Oakland  Planing  Mill 
McConnell  George  F.,  clerk  with   Cadogan  &  Co.,  res  962 

Clay 
McConnell  James  D.,  harness  and  saddlery,  469  Sixth 
McConnell  John,  laborer,  res  Ws  Adeline  nr  Twenty -second 
McConnell  Mary  A.,-  boarding,  962  Clay 
McConnell  William  V.,  harnessmaker  with  J.   D.   McCon- 
nell, res  469  Sixth 


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Office.  224  Montgomery  St..  S.  F.,  or  Park  st..  Alameda. 


WOODWARD  &  TAGGART  have  FARMS  and  RANCHES  for  Sale. 


310  OAKLAND    [M]    DIRECTORY. 

McCool  Henry,  laborer,  res  Overland  House 

McCord  Arthur,  painter,  res  NW  cor  Grove  and  Twenty-sixth 

McCormick  Anna  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1720  Eighth 

McCormick  Ellen  Mrs.,  res  682  Sycamore 

McCormick  H.  B.  (W.  P.  Haynes  &  Co.)  res  1322  Harrison 

McCormick  John   J.,  brass   molder,   res  S  s  William   bet 

Cedar  and  Bay 
McCormick  L.  C,  clerk  with  Gladding,  Surrylme  &  Co.,  res 

Nicholl  House 
McCormick  — ,  brass  molder,  res  1522  Seventh 
McCourt  Patrick  B.  (Buck  &  McCourt)  res  1573  Broadway 
McCourtney    A.  I.,  contractor,  res   N  s  Hawthorne  av   bet 

Webster  and  Telegraph  av 
McCOURTNEY  J.  F.,  artist,  1004  Broadway,  res  cor  Tele- 
graph and  Evoy  avs 
McCourtney  M.  P.,  farmer,  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Evoy  av 
McCover  Bridget  Miss,  res  W  s  Castro  nr  Nineteenth 
McCoy  Charles,  res  62  East  12th 
McCracken  George  S.,  collector  with  Freeman  &  Jafre,  res 

623  Filbert 
McCracken  John  H.,  carpenter  and  cabinet  maker,  res  cor 

East  15th  and  Twentieth  av 
McCrimmon   Kenneth,  carpenter  and   builder,  res  SE   cor 

Twenty -ninth  and  West 
McCrindle  William,  manager  Glasgow  Iron  and  Metal  Im- 
porting Co.  (S.  F.)  res  S  s  Short  nr  Pine 
McCruden  Andrew,  horseshoer  with   M.   Casey  &  Son,  res 

418  Seventh 
McCrum  Mrs.,  res  1229  Webster 
McCullough  Ballentine,   carpenter,   res  S  s  Fourteenth   nr 

Kirkham 
McCullough  H.  T.,  porter  C.  P.  R.  B.,  res  W  s  Chester  nr 

Third 
McCullough  James,  carpenter,  res  310  Fifth 
McCully  James,    stairbuilder    Grove-st    Planing  Mill,   res 

S  s  Fourth  nr  Market 
McCune  Henry  painter,  res  Eland  House 
McCurdy  Robert,  res  358  Fourth,  rear 
McCutcheon  Robert,  wines  and  liquors,  370  Eighth 
McCutcheon  William,  teamster,  res  210  Eighth 
McDanel  Margaret,  widow,  res  617  Fifteenth 
McDaniel  Hibbard,  teamster  with  Charles  Jones,  res  S  s 

Fifteenth  nr  Jones 
MeDANIELS  THOMAS   J.,   wholesale  and  retail  liquors, 

NW  cor  Seventh  and  Wood,  res  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Wood 

and  Willow 


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Drink  Pure  Eastern  Cider.      Gordon,  agent,  469  Ninth  street 

OAKLAND    [M]    DIRECTORY.  311 

McDearnon  "William,  plasterer,  res  Eureka  Hotel  <-» 

McDermott  Michael,  laborer,  res  Overland  House 
McDevitt  Ellen,  domestic,  S  s  Dwight  way  nr  Ellsworth,  B.     K 
McDevitt  John,  res  W  s  Shattuck  nr  Forty-fifth  .. 

McDonald  Andrew,  laborer,  res  S   s  Thirty-ninth    nr  Tele-     £ 

graph  av  _  H 

McDonald  Angus,  carpenter  with  Cameron  Sc  McDonald,  res     JE 

768  Willow  3 

McDonald  Anthony,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel  Sy 

McDonald  Bridget,  domestic  with  H.  P.  Livermore  ^ 

McDonald  C.  Mrs.,  fruits  and  vegetables,  N  s  University  av    |m 

nr  Shattuck,  B.  ^» 

McDonald  Charles,    carpenter,    res  N    s    University  av    nr    ~ 

Shattuck,  B.  g 

McDonald  Cornelius,  laborer,  res  860  Lydia  h* 

McDonald  James,  carpenter,  res  477  Eighth 
McDonald  James,  carpenter,    res    N"W    cor   Twenty-first  av     ~ 

and  East  20th  £ 

McDonald  James  M.  jr.,  student  University  *• 

McDonald  John,  carpenter,  res  X  s  University  av  nr  Shat- 
tuck, B. 
McDonald  John  E.,  stockbroker,  res  1259  Eighth       » 
McDonald  Joseph  B.  (Cameron  &  McDonald)  res  818  Myrtle 
McDonald  Mary,  widow,  res  963  Castro 
McDonald  Matthew,  deckhand  steamer  Capital 
McDonald  M.  S.  Mrs.,  res  854  Brush 
McDonald  Murdoch,  lather,  res  E  s  Harlan  nr  Peralta 
McDonald  Thomas,  blacksmith's  helper  C.  P.  R.  R. 
McDonald  Thomas  H.,  boxmaker  (S.  F.)  res  E  s  Linden  nr 

Thirtieth 
McDonald  William,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Fifth  nr  Chester 

ter 
McDonald  William,    contractor,  res   N  s   Berkeley   way  nr 

Shattuck,  B. 
McDonnell  John  B.,  clerk  Berkeley  Real  Estate  Union,  res 

1117  Castro 
McDonnell   M.    Creamer,    secretary   Berkeley   Real  Estate 

Union,  r  1117  Castro 
McDonnell  Michael,  president  and  manager  Berkeley  Real 

Estate  Union,  res  1117  Castro 
McDonnell  Patrick,  laborer  TV.  D.  Co. 
McDougall  Hatch  TV.,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  Dwight  way 

and  Shattuck,  B.  j^ 

McDougall  Hugh,  carpenter,  W  s  Shattuck  nr  Dwight  way,    i  * 

Berkeley 
McDowell  Eleanor,  widow,  res  W  s  Pine  nr  Seward 


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312  OAKLAND    [M]    DIRECTORY. 

McDowell  William  A.,  civil  engineer  C.  P.  R.  P.,  res  W  s 

Pine  nr  Seward 
McEachen  Duncan,  shipwright,  res  W  s   Lewis  bet  Third 

and  Fifth 
McEathan  Daniel,  carpenter,  res  508  Eighth 
McEathan  John,  carpenter,  res  508  Eighth 
McElrath  J.  E.,  atty-at-law,  528  California  (S.  F.)  res  668 

Sixteenth 
McElroy  James,  groceries  and  liquors,  528  Seventh 
McElroy  Michael,  hostler  with  Newland  &  Puinyea,  res  462 

Seventh 
McEnnis  Alex.,  res  cor  East  23d  and  Twenty -first  av 
McEvoy  James,  plasterer,  res  St.  Louis  Hotel 
McFadden  John,  laborer,  res  S  s  Thirteenth  nr  Kirkham 
McFadden  Patrick,  teamster  Mendocino  Lumber  Yard 
McFarland  Duncan,  engineer  C.  P.  P.  R.,  res  Union  Hotel 
McFarlaml  John  (Ekey  &  McFarland)  res  517  Ninth 
McFee  Benjamin,  plasterer,  res  831  Seventh 
McFee  J.  A.,  carpenter,  res  559  Seventeenth 
McGann  Anthony,  plasterer,  res  458  Fifth 
McGarry  Andrew,  proprietor  Winthrop  House,  409  Seventh, 

and  saloon,  SE  cor  First  and  Broadway 
McGarry  Maggie,  chambermaid  Grand  Central  Hotel 
McGauley  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  957  Jefferson 
McGee  Edward,  blacksmith  with  Nelson   &  Peterson,  res  E 

s  San  Pablo  av  nr  University  av,  W.  B. 
McGee  Edward,  gardener,  res  St.  Louis  House 
McGee  Peter,  farmer,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  University 

av,  W.  B. 
McGee  James,  farmer,  res  Higgins'  road  nr  Shattuck,  B. 
McGeeney  Ann,  domestic,  1002  Adeline 

McGeorge  Horatio  D.,  res  W  s  Broadway  nr  Hawthorne  av 
McGETTIGAN  BROS.  (Patrick  F.  and  Wm.  J.  McGetti- 

gan)  proprietors  Star  Bakery,  SE  cor  William  and  Wil-low 
McGettigan  Patrick  F.  (McGettigan  Bros.)  res  SE  cor  Wil- 
liam and  Willow 
McGettigan  Patrick  J.,   baker  with  McGettigan  Bros.,  res 

SE  cor  William  and  Willow 
McGettigan  William  J.  (McGettigan  Bros.)  res  SE  cor  Wil- 
liam and  Willow 
McGibeny  James  B.,  professor  music,  res  NE  cor  Valley 

and  Locust 
McGillivray  John  D.,  student  University,  res  Zeta  Psi  Hall 
McGillivray  Joseph,  res  SE  cor  Madison  and  Eleventh 
McGillivray  William,  student  University,  res  SE  cor  Eleventh 

and  Madison 


1EDM0NT  SPRINGS" DW 


FIRST  CLASS  ACCOMMODATIONS  AT  ALL  HOURS. 


For  Biliousness  drink  Eastern  Cider.      Gordon,  agent,  469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND     [M]    DIRECTORY.  313 

McGinuis  Bernard,  res  472  East  11th 

McGinnis  Mathew,  laborer,  res  W  s  Magnolia  bet  Second 
and  Third 

McGivney  James,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  store  and  res  965 
Franklin 

McGivney  Mollie  Miss,  milliner,  N  s  Seventh  bet  Cedar  and 
Bay ' 

McGivney  Thomas,  brass  molder,  res  N  s  Seventh  bet  Bay 
and  Cedar 

McGlone  Catherine,  cook,  SW  cor  Chapel  and  University 
av,  B. 

McGlone  Henry,  tinsmith  C.  P.  R.  R. 

McGOVERN  &  CAHILL.  (Andrew  J.  McGovern  and  James 
Cahill)  French  and  American  paper  hangings,  decorat- 
ing, fresco  painting  and  window  shades,  1157  Broadway 

McGovern  Andrew  J.  (McGovern  &  Cahill)  res  cor  Twenty- 
seventh  and  San  Pablo  av 

McGovern  John,  lather,  res  1051  Franklin 

McGovern  Michael,  laborer,  res  S  s  Locust  nr  San  Pablo  av 

McGovern  Thomas,  laborer,  res  Webster  nr  Fifteenth 

McGovern  Thomas,  laborer,  res    First  av  nr  East  11th 

McGowan  Patrick,  laborer,  res  N  s  Atlantic  bet  Cedar  and 
Bay 

McGowen  Martin,  expressman  with  Johnson  &  Fowler,  res 
S  s  Laurel  bet  Telegraph  av  and  Broadway 

McGrath  B.,  res  N  s  Forty -fifth  nr  Telegraph  av 

McGRATH  JAMES,  blacksmith  and  horseshoer,  E  s  San 
Pablo  av  nr  San  Pablo  Station,  res  cor  Market  and 
Thirty-fourth 

McGrath  John,  carpenter,  res  St.  Louis  House 

McGrath  Mary,  domestic,  770  Tenth 

McGrath  Michael,  dairy,  cor  Nineteenth  and  Kirkham 

McGrath  Michael,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co.,  res  1842 
Grove 

McGraw  George,  laborer  Oakland  Gas  Co.,  res  714  Ninth 

McGraw  John,  res  714  Ninth 

McGraw  John,  carpenter,  res  920  Franklin 

McGraw  Michael,  laborer,  res  714  Ninth 

McGraw  Patrick,  laborer,  res  Forty-ninth  nr  Shattuck 

McGraw  Roderick,  carpenter,  res  559  Sixth 

McGregor  Charles  B.,  laborer  W.   D.  Co.,   res    1524  Fifth 

McGregor  John,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res 920  Franklin 

McGregor  Robert,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Jefferson  bet  Fifteenth 
and  Sixteenth      , 

MeGREW  P.  H.,  carriagemaker  and  blacksmith,  1062  Thir- 
teenth av,  res  Eleventh  av  bet  East  18th  and  East  19th 


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McGrortay  Patrick,  laborer,  res  NE  cor  Telegraph  av  and 

Twenty-eighth 
McGuinn  Mathias,  laborer,  res  510  Second 
McGuinn  Michael,  gardener,  res  SW  cor  Taylor  and  Camp- 
bell 
McGuire  Francis,  res  cor  Telegraph  road  and  University  av, 

Berkeley 
McGuire  Frank,  gardener,  res  Mansion  House 
McGuire  James,  laborer,  res  Overland  House 
McGuire  James,  teamster,  res  junction  Telegraph  road  and 

University  av,  B. 
McGuire  J.  M.,  engineer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  1718  Chase 
McGuire  John,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
McGuire  Milton,  machinist  C.  P.  R  R.,  res  1718  Chase 
McGuire  Thomas  E.,  engineer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  N  s  Chase  nr 

Wood 
McGuire  William,  farmer,  cor  Telegraph  road  and  Univer- 
sity av,  B. 
McHaffie  James,  carpenter,  res  1003  Webster 
McHale  Thomas,  tailor  with  John  Carter,  res  Eland  House 
McHenry  John,  student  University,  res  S  s  University  av  nr 

Choate,  B. 
McHenry  Mary  Miss,  student  University,  res  S  s  University 

av  nr  Choate,  B. 
McHenry  Samuel,    commission   merchant  (S.  F.)    res  776 

Tenth 
McHugh  John,  proprietor  Beale-st  Warehouse   (S.  F.)  res 

817  Jackson 
Mclnerney  John,  res  E  s  Watts  nr  Park  av 
Mclnerney  Thomas,  butcher  (S.  F.)  res  E  s  Watts  nr  Park  av 
Mclnerty  Martin,  laborer  W.  D.  Co. 
McINNIS  ALEXANDER,  lime,  cement,  plaster,  hair,  etc, 

S  s  Seventh  bet  Market  and  Brush,  res  E  s  Chester  nr 

Fifth 
Mclntyre  Sophia  Miss,  res  1018  Adeline 
Mclntyre  Thomas,  brakeman  C.  P.  B,.  R. 
Mclvain  Patrick,  fireman  Oakland  Ferry 
Mclver  Charles,  farmer,  San  Pablo  av  f  mile  N  Cal.  Watch 

Co.'s  Factory,  W.  B. 
McKay  Arthur,  car  inspector  C.  P.  Pi.  B.,  res  Campbell  bet 

Chase  and  Taylor 
McKay  C.  P.,  policeman,  res  856  Clay 
McKay  Henry,  gardener  with  Jonas  M.  Walker 
McKay  William  L.,  painter,  res  667  Eleventh 
McKay  W.  Irving,  clerk  with  A.  C.  Farno,  res  1012  Webster 
McKean  C.  Mrs.,  widow,  res  751  Castro 


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OAKLAND    [  M  ]    DIRECTORY.  315 

McKean  William  B.,  res  751  Castro 

McKeand  George  W.,  searcher  records,  SE  cor  Fourth  and 
Broadway,  res  SE  cor  Seventeenth  av  and  East  15th 

McKee  A.  J.,  contractor,  res  S  s  Nineteenth  bet  Castro  and 
Brush 

McKee  Edward  D.,  with  Rodgers,  Meyer  &  Co.  (S.  F.)  res 
1009  Adeline 

McKee  John  T.,  teamster,  res  617  Ninth 

McKee  Lizzie  Miss,  teacher  music,  res  563  Eleventh 

McKee  Logan,  stockbroker  (S.  F.)  res  Eighth  E.  of  Linden 

McKee  Robert  L.,  atty-at-law,  460  Eighth  room  1,  res  1033 
Adeline 

McKee  Samuel,  stockbroker  (S.  F.)  res  Eighth  E.  of  Linden 

McKee  Samuel  B.,  judge  Third  District  Court,  res  1033  Ade- 
line 

McKen  Adam,  janitor  County  Court  House,  res  S  s  Third 
bet  Castro  and  Brush 

McKenna  Daniel,  laborer,  res  E  s  Myrtle  nr  Twenty -second 

McKenna  J.,  salesman  (S.  F.)  res  710  Tenth 

McKenna  Thomas  J.,  pedlar,  res  S  s  Thirty-ninth  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

McKenney  Daniel,  Oakland  Paving  Co. 

McKenzie  Daniel,  watchman  Oakland  Ferry 

McKenzie  Henry  A.,  lather,  res  cor  Clay  and  Eighth 

McKenzie  Murdock,  carpenter,  res  722  Linden 

McKenzie  William,  machinist  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  SE  cor  Dur- 
ant  and  Broadway 

McKENZIE  W.  W.,  undertaker,    SE   cor   Broadway    and 
Eighth,  res  611  Fifteenth 

McKeon  Patrick  H.,  res  563  East  12th 

McKeon  Peter,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Henrv  bet  Third 
and  Fifth 

McKeown  Joseph,  laborer,  res  Choate  nr  Bancroft  way,  B. 

McKernon  John,  carpenter,  res  cor  Eighteenth  and  Kirk- 
ham 

McKibbon  Robert  W.,  carpenter,  res  666  Tenth 

McKimmons  Mark,  res  828  Myrtle 

McKindrey  Joseph,  laborer,  res  NW  cor  Evoy  av  and  Lusk 

McKinlay  Archibald,   agent  Bank  British  North    America 
(S.  F.)  res  779  Eighth 

McKinley  George,  salesman  with  Mallett  &  Hammon,   res 
Grand  Western  Hotel 

McKinnon  Daniel,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Adeline  nr  Second 

McKinstry  E.  W.,  atty-at-law,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 

McKittrick  Edward  F.,  butcher  with  J.  H.  Davis,  res  1069 
Thirteenth  av 


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McLafferty  B.  S.  Eev.,  pastor  First  Baptist  Church,  res  807 

Brush 
McLain  G.  D.,  mason,  res  559  Seventeenth 
McLaine  Lauchlan,  assayer,  SW  cor  Seward  and  Wood 
McLane  Gustavus  T.,   expressman,   cor  Eighth  and  Broad- 
way, res  E  s  Myrtle  nr  Twenty-second 
McLaren  Peter,  physician,  res  W  s  Seventh  av  bet  East  10th 

and  East  11th 
McLaughlan  Michael,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  E  s  Curtis  bet 

Twentieth  and  Twenty. first 
McLaughlan  Minnie  Mrs.,  res  709  Franklin 
McLaughlin  Bernard,  driver  Brooklyn  and  Fruit  Vale  R.  R., 

res  673  East  12th 
McLaughlin  C.  W.,  with  Olney  &  Co.,  res  Telegraph  av  nr 

Twenty-fifth 
McLaughlin  Daniel,    laborer,    res    Eighth  bet  Peralta    and 

Campbell 
McLaughlin  Hugh,  laborer,  res  736  Myrtle 
McLaughlin  J.  E.,  machinist  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Charter  Oak 

Hotel 
McLaughlin  Owen,  messenger  The  Oakland  Bank  of  Savings, 

res  1122  Eleventh  av 
•McLaughlin  Winnie,  domestic  with  T.  H.  Ralston 
McLaurin  Douglas,  mining,  res  S  s  Temescal  nr  Telegraph  av 
McLean  J.  K.  Rev.,  pa3tor  First  Congregational  Church,  res 

1008  Washington 
McLean  John,  carpenter,  res  814  Park 
McLean  John,  fireman  steamer  Capital 
McLean  John,  plumber,  res  NE  cor  Fourth  and  Webster 
McLean  Thomas  G.  Rev.,  pastor  Baptist  Church,  res  1129 

Eighth  av 
McLennan  D.,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 
McLeod  Daniel,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Seventeenth  bet  Cypress 

and  Kirkham 
McLeod  Daniel,  painter,  res  SW  cor  Bristol  and  Fifth,  W.  B. 
McLeod  J.  A.,   carpenter  Enterprise    Mill,  res  Eighth  bet 

Washington  and  Broadway 
McLeod  James,  bootmaker  with  C.  W.  Cornor,  res  SW  cor 

Franklin  and  Ninth 
McLeod  John,  plasterer,  res  N  s  William  bet  Bay  and  Cedar 
McLeod  N.  E.,  carpenter,  res  NEcor  East  16th  and  Twelfth  av 
McLeod  Robert,  engineer,  res  808  Chester 
McLeod  William,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 
McLeod  — ,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 
McLoud  Alexander,  res  cor  Fifth  and  Henry 
McMahon  Daniel,  laborer,  res  457  Durant 


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OAKLAND     [M]    DIRECTORY.  317 

McMahon  George,  laborer,  res  Eureka  Hotel 

McMahon  M..  expressman,  res  417  Fourth 

McMahon  Mary  Miss,  dressmaker  with  Mrs.  B.  Hendry,  res 

565  Sixth 
McMahon  P.  (Barrett  k  McMahon)  res  1018  Webster 
McMahon  Thomas  A.,  student  University 
McMahon  William,  laborer,  res  417  Fourth 
McManus  Alexander,  carpenter,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 
McManus  Bernard  C,   carpenter,  res  S  s  Seventeenth  bet 

Grove  and  Jefferson 
McManus  James,  hackman  with  B.  J.  Fletcher,  res  Fourth 

bet  Broadway  and  Washington 
McManus  M.,  fireman  Northern  B.  B.,  res  864  Campbell 
McManus  Patrick,  marble  polisher  with  Madden  &  Nunan, 

grocery  and  res  SW  cor  Twenty-seventh  and  Grove 
McMenamin  Daniel,  res  1161  Franklin 
McMenamin  Bobert  D.,  carpenter,  res  567  Fourth 
McMenomy  Kate,  domestic,  S  s  Hawthorne  av  nr  Webster 
McMillan  'Margaret,  widow,  res  738  Myrtle 
McMinds  Ira,  expressman,  Wood  nr  Seventh,  res  W  s Kirk- 
ham  nr  Eighteenth 
McMullan  Bros.   (C.    S.   and  J.   H.   McMullan)  cigars  and 

tobacco,  455  Ninth 
McMullan  C.  S.   (McMullan  Bros.)  res  SW  cor  Eighteenth 

and  Brush 
McMullan  Charles  S.,   clerk  with  John  S.  McMullan,   res 

1369  Brush 
McMullan  John  H.  (McMullan  Bros.)  res  1369  Brush 
McMullan  John  S.,  real  estate,  res  1369  Brush 
McMullan  M.,  stableman  with  L.  M.  Beaudry 
McNair  Mary,  widow,  res  1153  Seventh 
McNally  John  B.,    assistant  pastor  St.    Anthony's   Church, 

res  NE  cor  East  16th  and  Fifteenth  av 
McNamara  Michael,  laborer  C.  P.  B.  B.,  res  S  s  Goss  bet 

Cedar  and  Bay 
McNamara  Patrick,  res  951  Third 
McNaruara  Patrick,  laborer,  res  610  Second 
McNamara  Patrick,  laborer,  res  E  s  Union  nr  Twenty-sixth 
McNamara  Thomas,~laborer,  res  Overland  House 
McNamee  Francis,  laborer,  res  Mansion  House 
McNarnee  Frank, laborer,  res  Winthrop  House 
McNaultv  John,  watchmaker  California  Watch  Co..  res  SW 

Bristol  and  Fifth,  W.  B. 
McNealy  Malachi  T.,  tailor,  res  1210  West 
McNear  George  W.,    commission  merchant  (S.  F.)  res  E  s 

Adeline  nr  Eighteenth 


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318  OAKLAND    [M]    DIRECTORY. 

McNeil  Daniel,  painter,  res  Myrtle  bet  Twenty-third  and 
Twenty-fourth 

McNeil  E.  G.  Miss,  res  E  s  Humboldt  av  nr  Carlton,  B. 

McNeil  John,  laborer  with  William  Kennedy 

McNeil  John  W.,  painter,  res  SE  cor  Twenty-fourth  and 
Myrtle 

McNeill  Godwin,  student  University,  Zeta  Psi  Hall 

McNerney  John,  inolder,  res  W  s  Adeline  nr  Third 

McNulty  Brian,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 

McPartland  James,  porter  Tubbs'  Hotel 

McPherson  George  F.,  mining  (S.  F.)  res  N  s  Merrimac  pi 
bet  Telegraph  av  and  AVebster 

McPherson  Joseph  K.,  stock  broker  (S.  F.)res  SE  cor  Syc- 
amore and  San  Pablo  av 

McPherson  William  K.,  contractor  and  lather,  res  815  Wash- 
ington 

McQuid  Patrick,  gang  foreman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  822  Chester 

McQuarrie  D.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Brooklyn  Dining 
Room 

McQueeney  James,  laborer  W.  D.  Co. 

McQuillan  Patrick,  res  550  Eighth 

McQuillan  Joseph,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  816  Henry 

McQuilquin  John,  bricklayer,  res  730  Filbert 

McQuilquin  Patrick,  hod  carrier,  res  410  Tenth 

McRea  Joseph,  housemover,  res  E  s  Myrtle  nr  Twenty- 
Second 

McSherry  Alexander,  hostler,  res  615  Broadway 

McSweeney  Edmund,  laborer,  res  cor  Thirty-fourth  and 
Chestnut 

McTaggart  Daniel,  engineer  Alameda  Iron  Works,  res  SE 
cor  Campbell  and  Eighth 

McTaggart  Kate,  domestic  with  E.  F.  Schroder 

McTavish  D.  C,  carpenter,  res  835  Clay 

McTavish  D.  C,  plasterer,  res  709  Fifth 

McTernan  Hugh,  shipsmith,  res  814  Chester 

McVey  John,  carpenter,  res  1305  Clay 

McWade  David  D.,  roadmaster  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  SW  cor 
16th   East  and  Twelfth  av 

McWade  D.  D.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  SW  cor  East  16th  and 
Twelfth  av 

McWay  &  Cordes  (Christopher  McWay  and  Hermann 
Cordes)  rope  manufacturers,  Kirkham  nr  Seventh 

McWay  Christopher  (McWay  &  Cordes)  res  Varsale,  Ala- 
meda 

McWay  Christopher  jr.,  ropemaker  with  McWay  &  Cordes, 
res  Varsale,  Alameda 


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OAKLAND     [M]    DIRECTORY.  319 

McWay  John  L.,   ropemaker  with  McWay  &  Cordes,  res 

Varsale,  Alameda 
Mc Williams  James,  laborer  Oakland  E.  R.  Co. 
McWilliams  John,  laborer,  res  NW  cor  Chestnut  and  First 
Me  Worthy  Frank  J.,  miner,  res  E  s  Broadway  nr  Twenty- 
fourth 
Meacham  Robert,  proprietor  Bartlett  House,  473  Seventh 
Mead  Alden,  millwright,  res  NW  cor  Chapel  and  Bancroft 

way,  B. 
Mead  James  F.,  machinist,  res  65  Valley 
Mead  Lewis   R.,    secretary  Risdon   Iron   and   Locomotive 

Works   (S.  F.)   res  W  s  Tenth  av  bet  East  17th  and 

East  18th 
Mead  Martin  T.,  engineer,  res  65  Valley 
Mead  T.  W.,  res  W  s  Cedar  nr  Chase 
Mead  William  H.,   secretary  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  res 

S.  F. 
Meade  Calvert,  with  Oakland  Bank  of  Savings,  res  Grand 

Central  Hotel 
MEADER  &  CO.  (Horace  P.  Header)  proprietors  Oakland 

and  Alameda  Express,  907  Broadway  and  333  East,  S.F 
Meader  Horace   (Header  *k  Co.)  res  NE  cor  Eleventh  and 

Madison 
MEADER'S    EXPRESS,  Meader  &   Co.   proprietors,   907 

Broadway  and  333  East,  S.  F.  * 

MEADS  SIMON  P.,  real  estate  agent,  1160  Broadway 
Heads  S.  P.,  teacher  Classical  and  English  School,  res  Or- 
egon Block 
Meagher  John,  plasterer,  res  SW  cor  Tenth  and  Kirkham 
Meagher  Sarah,  domestic,  W  s  Adeline  nr  Eighteenth 
Meahan  Michael,  laborer,  res  417  Seventh 
Mealey  George,  cabinetmaker,  res  573  Eighth 
Meason  Isaac  C,  wharfinger  (S.  F.)  res  1309  Webster 
Hechanics'  Home,  Daniel  Hayes  proprietor,  S  s  William 

bet  Pine  and  Cedar 
MECHANICS'   HOTEL,  James    Gibbons   proprietor,  416 

Seventh 
Hedabury  Charles  D.,  commercial  agent,  res  830  Clay 
HedauHena  Mrs.,  res  1010  Chester 
Medbery  &  Low  (William  C.   Medbery  and  Benjamin  K. 

Low)  wood  and  coal,  cor  Chapel  and  Bancroft  way,  B. 
Hedbery  Lulu  Hiss,  student  University 
Medbery  William  C.  (Medbery  &  Low)  res  cor  Chapel  and 

Bancroft  way,  B. 
Medland  Henry,  laundryman  Conta  Costa  Laundry 
Medicus  Adam,  gardener,  res  1829  San  Pablo  av 


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320  OAKLAND     [M]    DIRECTORY. 

Mee  James,  machinist,  res  13f)0  Webster 

Meek  Horry,  student  University,  res  Zeta  Psi  Hall 

Meeker  George  C,  architect,  620  East  12th,  res  Seventh  av 
bet  East  19th  and  East  '20th 

Meeker  James  T.  Mrs.,  res  cor  Seventh  av  and  East  19th 

Meeks  William  N.,  res  Knox  House 

Megahan  Ambrose,  plasterer,  res  E  s  Tenth  av  bet  East  14th 
and  East  15th 

Megahan  John,  plasterer,  res  E  s  Tenth  av  bet  East  14th 
and  East  15th 

Mehar  John  carpenter,  res  N  s  Seventh  bet  Cedar  and  Pine 

Mehrmann  Ferdinand,  physician,  N  s  Elizabeth  nr  San  Pa- 
blo av 

Mehrmann  Henry,  clerk  with  Edward  Maleton,  res  Summer 
nr  San  Pablo  av 

Meier  Henry,  gardener,  NW  cor  Park  and  San  Pablo  av 

Meikle  &  Davis  (D.  A.  F.  Meikle  and  F.  W.  Davis)  black- 
smiths and  carriage  makers,  SE  cor  Sixteenth  av  and 
East  14th 

Meikle  D.  A.  F.  (Meikle  &  Davis)res  NE  cor  Dennison  and   j 
Kennedy 

Meinecke  Phoebe,  res  S  s  East  14th  bet  Eighteenth  and  Nine-  j 
teenth  avs 

Melandy  John,  carpenter,  res  cor  Clay  and  Seventh 

Melbourn  Richard,  porter,  res  819  Chester 

Meldron  Henry,  stevedore,  res  E  s  Union  bet  Third  and 
Fifth 

Mellerup  William,  teamster  D.  and  D.  and  B.  Asylum 

Mellis  Bros.  (Frank  J.  and  Fred.  R.  Mellis)  Auction  House? 
871-873  Broadway 

Mellis  Frank  J.  (Mellis  Bros.)  res  873  Broadway 

Mellis  Fred.  R.  (Mellis  Bros)  res  873  Broadway 

Mellis  Theodore,  student  Taylor's  Business  College,  res  cor 
Broadway  and  Eighth 

Mellor  James  F.  (Ryan  &  Mellor)  res  909  Webster 

Melquiond  C,  res  1168  Seventh 

Melquiond  —  Mme.,  teacher  French,  res  1168  Seventh 

Melville  Frank,  carriagemaker  with  M.  W.  Allen,  res  cor 
Ninth  and  Franklin 

MENDOCINO  LUMBER  YARD,  Walter  Laidlaw  proprie- 
tor, SE  cor  Seventh  and  Brush 

Menges  Adam,  res  325  Ninth 

Menges  Henry,  hairdresser,  454  Eighth,  res  905  Washington 

MENKE  DIETRICH,  groceries,  wines,  liquors  and  cigars, 
872  Broadway 

Mentz  Frederick,  res  cor  Sixteenth  and  Center 


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J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Eastern  Cider  Company,  469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND    [M]    DIRECTORY.  321 

Meuyes  Jacob,  laborer,  res  W  s  Center  nr  Seventh 
Meredith  Griffith,  lumber  (Sierra  Co.)  res  1305  Alice 
Merithew  Joseph  C,  res  SE  cor  Fifth  av  and  East  11th 
Merle  A.,  hardware  (S.  F.)  res  1010  Chester 
Merlino  Thomas,  coachman,  NE  cor  Ninth  and  Peralta 
Merner  James,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  S  s  William  bet 

Wood  and  Pine 
Merric  — ,  physician  (S.  F.)  res  828  Franklin 
Merrill  Alva  I).,  commission  merchant,  res  E  s  Franklin  bet 

Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth 
Merrill  George  H.,  clerk  with  Alex.  Melnnis,  res  cor  Brush 

and  Eleventh 
Merrill  Isaac,  mail  agent  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Sunnyside  House 
Merrill  James  T.,  carpenter  with  Power   &   Ough,  res  W  s 

Telegraph  av  nr  Forty-third 
Merrill  Jay,  jig  sawyer  with  Power  &  Ough,  res  S  s  Eighth 

bet  Campbell  and  Willow 
Merrill  Jerome  B.,  res  N  s  Third  nr  Clay 
Merrill  Samuel  I.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  N  s  Third  nr  Clay 
Merrill  Sidney  S.,  drugs   and   stationery,   and  postmaster, 

Berkeley,  Choate  nr  University  grounds,  B. 
Merrill  William  B.,  brickmaker,  res  S  s  Eleventh  bet  Brush 

and  Castro 
Merritt  Ambrose,  carpenter  with  W.  W.  McKenzie,  res  362 

Ninth 
Merritt  Isaac  (Corlies  &  Merritt)  res  SE  cor  Market  and 

Tenth 
Merritt  Julia  E.  Miss,  teacher  Durant  School,  res  SE  cor 

Elm  and  Valley 
Merritt  Laura  A.  Miss,  telegraph  operator  W.  U.  Tel.  Co. 

(S.  F.)  res  SE  cor  Elm  and  Valley 
MERRITT  SAMUEL,  capitalist   and  proprietor   Oakland 

Lumber  Yard,  foot  of  Washington,  res  1213  Madison 
Merritt  S.  H.,  master  mariner,  res  1157  Franklin 
Merritt  W.  C.  Rev.,  res  SE  cor  Elm  and  Valley 
Mersich  D.,  fruit  (S.  F.)  res  852  Jefferson 
Merwin  &  Son   (E.  C.  and  E.  W.  Merwin)   architects,    1116 

Broadway 
Merwin  D.  W.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Alameda 
Merwin  E.  C.  (Merwin  &  Son)  res  Metropolitan  Block 
Merwin  E.  W.  (Merwin  &  Son)  res  Metropolitan  Block 
Merwin  Josiah  B.,  laborer,  res  Pearson  nr  Taylor 
Messmer  Killian,  res  Thirteenth  av,  Lynn 
Metcalf  Clifford   A.,    clerk   with   R.    G.   Huston,    res   The 

Home,  B. 
Metcalf  George  A.,  student  University 


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Metcalf  George  D.,  teller  Union  Savings  Bank,  and  Notary 

Public,  res  E  s  Bushnell  nr  University 
Metcalf  O.  F.,  contractor,  res  910  Franklin 
Metcalf  Olive  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  res  910  Franklin 
Methodist  Episcopal  Church  (Brooklyn)  Bev.  B.  E.  Edgell 

pastor,  cor  Seventh  av  and  East  loth 
Methven  Alexander  H.,  watchmaker  with  W.  Wilson,  res  961 

Broadway 
Metropolitan  Block,  cor  Sixteenth  and  San  Pablo  av 
Metzger  George,  res  1110  Twelfth 
METZLER  CHARLES,  proprietor  Golden  Gate  Hall,  471- 

475  Eighth,  res  713  Greenwich,  S.  F. 
Metzler  George,  cook,  res  SW  cor   East   14th   and   Eigh- 
teenth av 
Meves  Bernhard,  clerk  with  Wieser  &  Meves,  res  714  Fourth 
Meves  Otto  (Wieser  &  Meves)  res  714  Fourth 
Meyer  Adolph  sr.,  hatter  with  Adolph  Meyer,  res  721  Sixth 
MEYER  ADOLPH,  hatter,  1071  Broadway,  res  721  Sixth 
Meyer  A.  H.,  clerk,  res  Eureka  Hutel 
Meyer  Alexander,  bookkeeper  with  F.  Hufschmidt  (S.   F.) 

res  944  Wood 
Meyer  Emma  B.  Mrs.,  res  768  Twelfth 
Meyer  F.  H.,  druggist,  res  856  Harrison 
Meyer  Fred.,  veterinary  surgeon,  office  and  res  416  Eighth 
Meyer  Gustav  W.,    salesman  with  Adolph  Meyer,  res  721 

Sixth 
Meyer  Henry  (Caroe  &  Meyer)  1113  Broadway 
Meyer  Henry,  barber,  715  Sixth 
Meyer  Henry  clerk  with  I).  Menke,  res  NW  cor  Broadway 

and  Sixth 
Meyer  Henry  H.,  proprietor  Eureka  Hotel,  SW  cor  Seventh 

and  Washington 
Meyer  John,  carver,  res  W  s  Magnolia  nr  Thirty-second 
Meyer  John  H.,  fireman  C.  P.  K.  R.,  res  NW  cor  Campbell 

and  Pacific 
Meyer  Mark  C,  student  University 
Meyer  Michael,  engraver,  res  1718  Filbert 
Meyer  S.,  laborer  Washington  Brewery 
Meyer  Victoria  Mrs.,  res  1718  Filbert 
Meyers  William,  pumps,  res  1463  Seventh 
Mhoon  John  B.,  atty-at-law  (S.  F.)  res  1017  Adeline 
Miars  F.  A.,  res  SW  cor  Evoy  av  and  Linden 
Michel  August,  wines  and  liquors,  715  Broadway 
Michel  House,  Louis  Lomballot  proprietor,  Redwood  road 

nr  Fruit  Vale  av 
Michell  Hugo,  painter,  res  462  Third 


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Michell  K   A.  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  565  Second 

Michelsen  M.,  ticket  collector  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Broadway  Wharf, 
res  59  East  12th 

Micklethwait  Charles,  laborer  with  E.  &  A.  Newland,  res 
Alta  av  nr  Pleasant  Valley  av 

Mickkelson  Thomas,  cook  with  F.  Schaffner 

Mididos  Manuel,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  E  s  Harlem  nr 
Peraltji 

Midsell  —  ,  mason,  409  Ninth 

Mighel  Louise  Mrs.,  res  810  Isabella 

Mihills  Lee  K.,  teacher  Golden  Gate  Academy 

MILBURY  &  BURLESON  (S.  Milbury  and  CM.  Burle- 
son) real  estate  agents,  907  Broadway, 

Milbury  Samuel  (Milbury  &,  Burleson)  res  1325  Alice 

Miles  Frederick  C,  res  914  Eighth 

Miles  H.  S.  Mrs.,  res  914  Eighth 

Miles  James,  clerk  with  Maloon  &  Caswell,  res  SE  cor 
Twelfth  and  Market 

MILEY  &  LAAGE  (J.  A.  Miley  and  William  Laage) 
Swiss  confectionery  and  ice  cream  saloon,  916  Broadway 

Miley  J.  A.  (Miley  &  Laage)  res  405  Ninth 

Mill  William  W.,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  East  16th  and 
Eighth  av 

Millar  John  E.,  searcher  records  (S.  F.)  res  1318  Tenth 

Millard  Hulda  Miss,  res  E  s  Ellsworth  nr  Bancroft  way,  B. 

MILLER  &  LOVIUS  (Alfred  H.  Miller  and  Alfred  Lovius) 
groceries  and  liquors,  1277  San  Pablo  av 

Miller  &  Watt  (G.  Y.  Miller  and  R.T.  Watt)  books,  station- 
ery and  varieties,  1101  Broadway 

MILLER  &  WINSOR  (James  Miller  and  Serril  Winsor) 
proprietors  California  Pottery  and  Terra  Cotta  Works, 
cor  East  12th  and  Park,  office  1200  Broadway 

Miller  Agnes,  widow,  furnished  rooms,  729  Myrtle 

Miller  Alfred  H.  (Miller  &  Lovius)  res  1277  San  Pablo  av 

Miller  Carrie  S.  Miss,  res  N  s  Fifteenth  bet  Jefferson  and 
Clay 

Miller  Charles  A.,  blacksmith  C.  P.  R.  R.,  residence  76 U 
Howard,  S.  F. 

Miller  Charles  E.,  student  University 

Miller  Charles  W . ,  student  University 

Miller  Christian,  driver  Blair's  Dairy,  res  Montecito  av  nr 
Peralta  av 

Miller  Christopher,  gardener,  1625  Telegraph  av 

Miller  F.  B.  (Miller,  Grinnell  &  Co.)  res  1260  Grove 

Miller  Frank  N.,  assistant  jailor,  res  rear  County  Court 
House 


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Miller  Fritz,  stableman  Fashion  Stables,  res  Central  Pacific 
Railroad  House 

Miller  George  (A.  Waugh  &  Co.,  S.  F.)  res  1117  Alice 
cS     Miller  George,  baker,  res  273  Sixth 

Miller  George  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  819  Washington 
eg     Miller  George  A.,  farmer,   res  N  s  Ninth  bet  Jackson  and 
?  Madison. 

(3     Miller  George  S.  (Miller,  Grinnell  &  Co.)  res  1260  Grove 

Miller  George  W.,  res  676  Sycamore 
§     Miller  G.  H.,   clerk  with  William   G.   Dinsmore,  res   729 

Myrtle 
g     Miller,  Grinnell  &  Co.  (F.  B.  Miller,  W.  E.  Grinnell,  R.  W. 
and  G.  S.  Miller)  groceries,  413  Twelfth 

Miller  G.  Y.  (Miller  &  Watt)  res  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Broadway 
and  Washington 

Miller  H.  Clay,    cashier   Custom  House   (S.    F.)    res   909 
Myrtle 

Miller  Henry,  distributor  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
<e     Miller  Henry  D.,  butcher  with  H.  A.  Zeiss,  res  Roff's  Hotel 
2     Miller  H.  R.  Mrs.,  res  946  Myrtle 

Miller  James  (Miller  &  Winsor)  res  cor  East  12th  and  Park 

Miller  James,  insurance  agent,  res  955  Seventh 
S     Miller  J.  F.,  auditor  Custom  House  (S.  F.)  res  S  s  Park  av 
P3  nr  Hollis 

Miller  J.  Fred.,  bookbinder  and  paper  ruler,  SW  cor  Broad- 
way and  Ninth,  res  216  Fifth 
"eg  Miller  J.  H.,  carpenter  Oakland  Point  Planing  Mill 
A  Miller  John,  saddler  (S.  F.)  res  1318  Twelfth 
®  Miller  John,  junk,  cor  Twenty-fourth  and  Magnolia 
£  MILLER  JOHN,  proprietor  Bay  View  Saloon,  res  E  s  San 
©  Pablo  av  nr  San  Pablo  Station 

7     Miller  John  S.,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  SE  cor  Seventh 

and  Pine 
©     Miller  John  W.  (Miller  &  Hall,  S.  F.)  res  1404  Adeline 
7^     Miller  Joseph,  cook  Golden  Star  Hotel 
^     Miller  Joseph,  wood  turner,  res  1519  Seventh 
^     Miller  Justus,  clerk  with  Whittier,  Fuller  &  Co.,   res  Tre- 
§jj  mont  House 

J     Miller  Martin,  farmer  Blair's  Dairy,  res  Montecito  av  nr 
SJ  Peralta  av 

Miller  Mary  A.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  res  218  Sixth 

Miller  Noah,  physician  and  surgeon,    S  s   Thirteenth  bet 
q2  Broadway  and  Washington 

©     Miller  Paul,  foreman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  E  s  Eleventh  av  bet 
fe  East  16th  and  East  17th 

£j     Miller  Peter,  Custom  House  broker,  res  1202  Fourteenth 


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J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Napa  Soda  Springs,  469  Ninth  street. 


OAKLAND     [M]    DIRECTORY.  325 

Miller  Peter  W.,  cooper,  res  307  Second 

Miller  Kobert  W.  (Miller,  Grinnell  &  Co.)  res  1260  Grove 

Miller  Solomon  M.,  traveling  agent  with  Spruance,    Stanley 

&  Co.  (S.  F.)  res  625  Fourteenth 
Miller  Thomas,  bartender  with  Albert  Rhoda 
Miller  Thomas,  bookkeeper,  res  SW  cor  Seventh  and  Pine 
Miller  William,  machine  hand  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res  313 

Ninth 
Miller  William  E.,  banker,  res  1277  Webster 
Miller  William  H.,  patentee  refrigerator  cars,  res  W  s  San 

Pablo  av  nr  Railroad  crossing 
Miller  William  N.  (Burnham,   Standeford   &   Co.)  res  NW 

cor  Twelfth  and  Jackson 
Milliet  Alexis,  res  416  First 
Milligan  H.  G.,  bookkeeper  Oakland  Lumber  Yard,  res  S  s 

Clay  bet  Fourth  and  Fifth 
Millikiu  Margaret,  dressmaker,  1640  Telegraph  av 
MILLOSLOVICH  LOUIS,  chop  house  and  restaurant,  459 

Seventh 
Milloslovich  M.,  waiter  with  L.  Milloslovich,  459  Seventh 
Mills  C.  T.   Rev.,  principal  Mills'  Seminary,   Seminary  av 

4  miles  E.  of  Brooklyn 
Mills  Edgar,  capitalist,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Mills  E.  W.,  with  Marcus  C    Hawley  &  Co.  (S.  F.  res  S  s 

Thirteenth  bet  Grove  and  Jefferson 
Mills  Isabella,  domestic,  1274  Seventh 
MILLS'  SEMINARY  FOR  YOUNG   LADIES,  Seminary 

av  4  miles  E.  of  Brooklyn 
Mills  William,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Milne  Alexander  U.,  tailor  with  S.  Francis,   res  Stewart's 

Hotel 
Milton  Anthony,  master  mariner,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr 

Twenty-eighth 
Milwain  Alexander,  carpenter,  res  SW  cor  Seventeenth  and 

Franklin 
Milwain  Alexander  jr.,  draughtsman  with  Clinton  May,  res 

SW  cor  Seventeenth  and  Franklin 
Miner  John  M.  (John  M.  Miner  &  Co.)  res  SW  cor  Ninth 

and  Clay 
Miner  John  M.  &  Co.  (John  M.  Miner  and  R.   C.  Gaskill) 

stock  and  exchange  brokers,  472  Ninth 
Miner  Loran,   carpet  beater  with  Hickey  &  Paul,  res  811 

Washington 
Miniter  J.  B.,  with  Oakland  Planing  Mill 
Miniter  Thomas,  stairbuilder  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  609 

Fourth 


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Minkel  Emma  Miss,  res  1424  Eighth 

Mires  John  0.,    carpenter  Brooklyn   Planing   Mill,  res  cor 

Thirty-fourth  and  Chestnut 
Misec  Vital,  shoemaker  with  J.  Rousseaii,  res  687  East  12th 
Mitchell  Fabian  Mrs.,  fancy  goods,  1551  Seventh 
Mitchell  Frank,  liquors  (S."F.)  res  1551  Seventh 
Mitchell  George  H.,  stockbroker  (S.  F.)  res  967  Jackson 
Mitchell  George  J.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  967  Jackson 
Mitchell  James  H.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Union  nr  Thirtieth 
Mitchell  John  H.,  miner,  res  166  Second 
Mitchell  Joseph,  contractor,  res  S  s  College  way  nr  Shat- 

tuck,  B. 
Mitchell  M.  R.  Mrs.,  domestic,  620  Fourteenth 
Mitchelh Samuel  H.,  policeman,  res  N  s  Sixteenth  nr  Jeffer- 
son 
Mitchell  Thomas  A.,  clerk  with  Jonathan  Hunt  &  Son  (S.F.) 

res  SE  cor  Adeline  and  Tenth 
Mitchell  Vincent,  painter  with  Gibb  &  Gardiner,  res  NE  cor 

Third  and  Franklin 
Mitchell  W.  K.,  Custom  House  officer,  res  713  Linden 
MIX  &  BOYCE  (L.  W.  Mix  and  S.  B.   Boyce)  commission 

stockbrokers,  906  Broadway 
Mix  George,  fireman  C.   P..   R.  R.,   res  SW  cor  Cedar  and 

William 
Mix  George  O.,  fireman  C.    P.  R.   R.,   res  Grand  Western 

Hotel 
Mix  L.  W.  (Mix  &  Boyct)  res  S.  F. 
Mixer  Frank  D.,  horseshoer  with  Robert  Gilmore,  res  726 

Eleventh 
Mizner  Lansing,  student  University,  res  Chi  Phi  House 
Moffat  J.  A.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Moffet  Frank,  driver  O.    B.    and   F.    V.   R.    R.,  res  Union 

Hotel 
Moffitt  Frank  J.,  publisher  The  Brooklyn  Sentinel,  617  East 

12th 
Moffitt  James  (Blake,  Bobbins  &  Co.,  S.  F.)  res  N  s  Twen- 
ty-second bet  Webster  and  Broadway 
MOFFITT  JAMES,  foreman  Brooklyn'Engine  Co.  No.  4, 

res  617  East  12th 
Mohr  Henry,  tinsmith   with  M.  De  La   Montanya,    res  N 

s  Sixth  bet  Broadway  and  Washington 
Mohrmann  Henry,  butcher,  res  Eureka  Hotel 
Molander  John,  carpenter,  res  527  Seventh 
Moller  &  Loch  (Frederick  Moller  and  Louis  Loch)  bakers 

and  confectioners,  1271  San  Pablo  av 
Moller  Fred.  (Moller  &  Loch)  res  1271  San  Pablo  av 


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OAKLAND    [  M  ]    DIRECTORY.  327 

Moller  Gustavus,  cabinetmaker,  res  W  s  Market  nr  Third 
Moller  William  (Dalziel  &  Moller)  res  cor  Telegraph  av  and 

Delger 
Moloney  H.  W.3  carpenter,  res  Eureka  Hotel 
Moloney  Michael,  laborer,  res  874  Twenty-first 
Moloo  Seth,  seedsman,  res  763  Seventeenth 
Momyer  Henry,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  Third  and  Castro 
Monaghan  Patrick,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  Pi.,  res  N  s  Pacific 

bet  Willow  and  Campbell 
Monahan  Bridget,  res  NE  cor  Atlantic  and  Campbell 
Monahan  Daniel,  laborer,  res  W  s  Magnolia  nr  Third 
Monahan  Hugh,  shoemaker,  res  W  s  Adeline  First  and  Third 
Monahan  Hugh  Mrs.,    shirtmaker  with   Oakland  Shirt  Fac- 
tory, res  W  s  Adeline  bet  First  and  Third 
Monahan  Michael,  res  NE  cor  A  and  Ettie 
Monahan  William,  hostler  with  Newjand  &  Pumyea,  res  462 

Seventh 
Monette  Joseph  L.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  515 

Fourth 
Monholland  John,  painter,  res  NW  cor  William  and  Willow 
Monnet  Louis,  merchant,  res  1154  Eighth 
Monroe  John,  ^elper  C.  P.    R.    C,   res  Railroad  Exchange 

Hotel 
Monroe  Philip,  pressman,  res  SW  cor  Delaware  and  Eighth, 

W.  B. 
Montague  James  P.,  captain  tugboat  Amelia 
Montague  R.  W.  Mrs.,  res  1019  Filbert 
Montague  S.  S.,  chief  engineer  C.P.  R.  R..  res  1019  Filbert 
Montandon  A.  F.,  res  NW  cor  Grove  and  Twenty-sixth 
Montealegre  Juan  G.  (J.  G.  Montealegre  &  Bros.,  S.  F.)  res 

W  s  Humboldt  av  bet  Parker  and  Blake,  B. 
Monteith  Andrew  J.,  broker,  res  954  Brush 
MONTGOMERY  EDWARD  A.,  cigars  and  tobacco,   NE 

cor  Washington  and  Seventh,  res  Clay  bet  Seventh  and 

Eighth 
Montgomery  J.,  res  627  Chestnut 

Montgomery  Zach,  atty-at-law,  Wilcox  Block,  res  N  s  Tele- 
graph av  bet  Forty -first  and  Forty-second 
Mooar  George  Rev.,  professor  Theology  Pacific  Theological 

Seminary,  Edwards  nr  Telegraph  av 
Moody  &  Struppler  (Horace  Moody  and  Daniel  Struppler) 

carpenters  and  builders,  1151  Seventh 
Moody  Edwin,  artist  and  engraver,  res  N  s  Fourth  bet  Oak 

and  Madison 
Moody  Horace   (Moody3  &    Struppler)    res  N  s  William  nr 

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328  OAKLAND    [  M  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Moody  Malcolm,  student  University,  res  Clii  Phi  House 

MOODY  VOLNEY  D.,  president  First  National  Gold  Bank 
of  Oakland,  res  564  Fourteenth 

Moody  William  C,  money  broker  (S.  F.)  res  564  Fourteenth 

Moon  John  H.,  carpenter,  res  Ss  Atlantic  bet  Wood  and  Pine 

Mooney  Cornelius,  res  N  s  Sixteenth  nr  Clay 

Mooney  James,  laborer  C.  P.  K.  Pi.,  res  E  s  Tenth  av  bet 
East  16th  and  East  17th 

Moonev  John  B.,  agent  Wheeler  &  Wilson  Sewing  Machine 
Co.,  res  1611  Myrtle 

Mooney  W.  F.,  vaquero,  res  Roff's  Hotel 

MOORE  &  VROOMAN  (Albert  A.  Moore  and  Henry 
Vrooman)  attys-at-law,  462  Ninth 

Moore  Albert  A.  (Moore  &  Vrooman)  attv-at-law,  462  Ninth, 
res  1053  Fifth  av 

Moore  Alfred  P.,  tinsmith  with  G.  L.  Lynde,  res  E  s  Thir- 
teenth av  bet  East  16th  and  East  17th 

MOORE  ALONZO,  Berkeley  agent  Berkeley  Land  and  Town 
Improvement  Association,  office  SW  cor  Fifth  and  Uni- 
versity av,  res  S  s  University  av  bet  Sixth  and  Seventh, 
W.  B. 

Moore  Annie  S.,  domestic,  518  Seventeenth 

Moore  Armstrong  P.,  res  1211  Franklin 

Moore  Clement  J.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Thirteenth  bet  Wood 
and  Willow 

Moore  C.  Mrs.,  saloon,  1827  Seventh 

Moore  Daniel,  conductor  C.  P.  K.  P.,  res  476  East  11th 

Moore  Ephraim,  superintendent  track  Oakland  Trotting  Park 

Moore  F.  W.,  porter  C.  P.  P.  P.,  res  1572  Fifth 

Moore  George  N.,  photograph  gallery,  1161  Broadway,  res 
cor  Thirty-eighth  and  Telegraph  av 

Moore  H.  A.  (Gilbert  &  Moore,  S.F.)  res  W  s  Webster  bet 
Prospect  pi  and  Orchard  av 

Moore  James,  carpenter,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Twenty- 
sixth 

Moore  Jennie  Miss,  res  767  Eighteenth 

Moore  John  A.,  painter,  shop  and  res  1950  Myrtle 

Moore  John  Parr,  solicitor,  res  W  s  Jefferson  bet  Fifteenth 
and  Sixteenth 

Moore  J.  Preston,  res  665  Twelfth 

Moore  J.  W.,  proprietor  Plaza  Livery  and  Sale  Stable,  413 
Fourth,  res  608  Shotwell  (S.  F.) 

Moore  M.  Mrs.,  res  665  Twelfth 

Moore  V.  Mrs.,  res  1572  Fifth 

Moore  William,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Fourteenth  bet  Broadway 
and  Franklin 

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OAKLAND    [  M  ]    DIRECTORY.  329 

Moore  William  A.,  helper  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  Myrtle 
bet  Twenty-eighth  and  Thirtieth 

Moore  William  W.,  speculator,  res  Oakland  Trotting  Park 

Moure  W.  W.j  hacknian,  res  414  Sixth 

Moran  James  T.,  clerk  with  J.  Greenhood  &  Bros.,  res  625 
Filbert 

Moran  J.  T.  (Myers  £  Moran)  res  521  Howard  (S.  F.) 

Moran  Thomas,  laborer,  res  713  Myrtle 

Moraze  L.,  miner  Oakland  Paving  Co. 

Moraze  Peter,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 

More  Maggie,  domestic,  920  Filbert 

MOREHEAD  JAMES  T.,  oyster  and  chop  house,  X  s  Sev- 
enth nr  Cedar 

Morell  Horace,  capitalist,  res  St.  James  House 

Moreton  Henry,  tailor,  res  1303  Clay 

Morey  Henry  H.  B.  (Hall  &  Morey  j  res  318  Third,  rear 
i   Morey  Napoleon  B.,  carpenter,   res   X  s  Twenty-eighth   nr 

Myrtle 
;   Morey  P.  F.,  res  1208  Eighth 

;   Morey  Roswell   E.,   bookkeeper   (S.    F.)    res    924   Twenty- 
eighth 

Morgan  Alvin  N.,  carpenter  with  Whitney  &  Yeitch,  res  558 
Sixteenth 
I   Morgan  A.  N.,  student  Taylor's  Business  College,   res  Six- 
teenth nr  Clay 

MORGAN  BART.,  druggist,  913  Seventh,  res  855  Myrtle 

Morgan  C.  B.,  res  635  Fourteenth 
.   Morgan  E.  D.,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  678  Elm  nr  San 
Pablo  av . 

Morgan  Edward  H.,  bookkeeper  with  A.  Mau  <k  Co.  (S.  F.) 
654  Fourteenth 

Morgan  G.  C,  book  agent,  res  Winsor  House 

Morgan  Geo.  L.,  atty-at-kiAv,  res  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  Jefferson 

Morgan  John,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co.,  res  111  Fourth  (S.  F.) 

Morgan  John  1\,  musician,   1068  Broadway,   res  Harrison 
bet  Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth 

Morgan  John  S.,  hostler  Downing's  Livervand  Stage  Stable, 
res  368  Eighth 

Morgan  Mary,  domestic,  1217  Castro 

Morgan  M.  L.  Miss,  res  1201  Alice 

Morgan  Stephen  TV.,  res  XE  cor  Fifth  av  and  East  10th 

Morgan  T.  G.  jr.,  butcher   with   G.   TV.    Brock,    res  Grand 
Western  Hotel 

Morgan  Thomas  TV.,  deputy  City  Engineer,  office  10  City 
Hall,  res  cor  Seventh  av  and  East  21st 

Morgan  William  M.,  cabinet  maker,  resEs  Linden  nr  Third 


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MORGANS  CHARLES   H.,   carriage  painter,  SE  cor  San 

Pablo  and  Union  avs 
MORGANS    E.  B.  MRS.,  teacher  vocal  and  instrumental 

music,  SE  cor  San  Pablo  and  Union  avs 
Moricsco  Joseph,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Morisey  Maggie,  domestic,  9-16  Myrtle 
Moritz  Mary,  with  California  Watch  Co. 
Moroney  Paul,  stockbroker  (S.  F.)  res  NW  cor  East  14th 

and  Third  av 
Morrell   J.  R.,   dishwasher   Antelope   Restaurant,   res   858 

Broadway 
Morrill  Simeon  F.,  carpenter,  res   E  s   Telegraph   road   nr 

Summer,  Temescal  « 

Morrill  Warren  P.,  postal  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R.,   res   E  s  Tele- 
graph road  nr  Clifton,  Temescal 
Morris  Alexander  H.,  house  and  sign  painter,  NE  cor  Shat- 

tuck  and  University  av,  B. 
Morris  Jacob  S.,  architect,  res  W  s  Broadway  nr  Twentieth 
Morris  John,  laborer,  SW  cor  Linden  and  Third 
Morris  John  W.,  res  619  Third 

Morris  Marcus  L.,  butcher  (wholesale)  res  1144  Myrtle 
Morris  Mary  E.,  boarding,  71  Valley 
Morris  W.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Morris  William  H.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  260 

Second 
Morrison  Catherine,   widow,  res  SE  cor  Sixth  av  and  East 

17th 
Morrison  Alexander  F.,  student  University  and  editor  The 

Besom,  res  Chi  Phi  House 
Morrison  CD.,  mining,  res  W  s  Sixteenth  av  nr  East  16th 
Morrison  D.,  widow,  res  E  s  Henry  nr  Third 
Morrison  Daniel,  watchman  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  662 

Washington 
Morrison  Hector,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  1771  Seward 
Morrison  James  L.,  bartender  with  Benjamin  D.  Fisher 
Morrison  John,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  1073  Fourteenth  av 
Morrison  Parker  M.  (Hirshberg  &  Morrison)  res  705  Frank- 
lin 
Morrison  Richard  M.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Elm  nr  Plymouth 

av 
Morrison  S.  A.,  res  W  s  Vale  av  nr  East  14th,  Fruit  Vale 
Morrison  T.  J.,  carpenter,  res  322  Eleventh 
Morrison  William,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  260 

Third 
Morrissev  Richard,  laborer,  res  W  s  Lewis  bet  Third  and 

Fifth 


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OAKLAND    [M]    DIRECTORY.  331 

Morrow  David  Rev.,  res  S  s  Spring  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Morrow  J.  A.,  student  University,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr 

Logan 
Morrow  John,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Logan 
Morrow  W.  H.,  student  University,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr 

Logan 
Morse  Charles  A.,  mining  secretary  (S.  F.)  res  SW  cor  Web- 
ster and  Moss  av 
Morse  David  A.,   deputy  township  assessor,  res  Sunnyside 

House 
Morse  E.  S.  Mrs.,  res  857  Harrison 

Morse  Fred  W.,  student  University,  res  Entre  Nous  Club 
Morse  Fremont,  student  University 
Morse  George  B.,  plumber,  res  951  Grove 
Morse  Henry  N-,   sheriff  Alameda  County,  8  Court  House, 

res  cor  Newton  and  Watson 
Morse  Isaac  H.,  bookkeeper  with  C.  James  King  of  Win.  & 

Co.  (S.  F.)  res  656  Fourteenth 
Morse  Isaac  P.,  res  NE  cor  Eleventh  av  and  East  15th 
Morse  Menzo  J.,  carpenter,  res  672  Park 
MORSE  MOSES  G.,  restaurant,   460  Seventh,   res   Wash- 
ington bet  Fifth  and  Sixth 
Morse  Ralza  A.,  farmer,  res  W  s  Telegraph  road  nr  Asylum, 

Berkeley 
Mortensen  Ole,  clerk  with  Buck  &  Mc Court,  res  Golden  Star 

Hotel 
Morton  A.  F.  Mrs.,  res  610  Fourteenth 
Morton  Christian,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Adeline  nr  Third 
Morton  Elijah,  master  steamer  Capital,  res  663  Third 
Morton  Joseph  S.,  barber  with  John  Silva,  res  Union  Hotel 
Mosca  Ernesto,  hairdresser,  828  Broadway,  res  167  Fourth 
Mosch  John,  waiter  Philadelphia  Restaurant,  res  959  Webster 
Moselev  C.  H..  agent  Blake  Hose  Co.,  (115  Sansome,  S.  F.) 

res  1917  Myrtle 
Moses  Aaron  C,  tailor  with  T.  Lancaster,  res  557  Seventh 
Moses  Bernard,    professor  history  and    political    economy, 

University 
Moses  Horatio  Mrs.,  res  XE  cor  Julia  and  East  11th,  Fruit 

Vale 
Moses  J.  W.,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Mosha  Frank,  bellboy  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Mosher  James,  shipwright,  res  809  Center 
Moskiman  R.  H.,  compositor  Bulletin  (S.  F.)  res  715  Chester 
Moss  J.  Mora,   banker   (S.   F.)   res  SE  cor  Telegraph  and 

Moss  avs 
Moss  P.  H.,  laborer,  res  607  Harrison 

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Mossford  Jesse,  dishwasher  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Mote  James,  blacksmith,  res  NW  cor  Second  and  Madison 

Molt  Peter  D.,   engineer  C.  P.  E.  E.,  res  N  s  Twelfth  nr 

Wood 
Motzenbecker  Paul,  tailor  (8.  F.)  res  1503  Eighth 
Moubre  Nicholas,  laborer,  res  S  s  Atlantic  bet  Willow  and 

Wood 
Mould  Katie  Miss,  clerk  with  W.  B.  Hardy,  res  William  nr 

Wood 
Mould  W.  B.,  bookkeeper  with  J.  L.  Wetmore  &  Co. 
Moulton  Floyd,  bookkeeper,  res  256  Eighth 
Moulton  Margaret,  teacher  with  Victor  Sewing  Machine,  res 

256  Eighth 
Mount  J.  H.,  salesman  with   Burns,  Whitman   <fc   Gardiner, 

res  410  Tenth 
Mount  T.  S.,  capitalist,  res  St.  James  House 
Mouret  M.,  French  bakery,  912  Franklin 
Mouser  Charles,  carriagesmith  with  Sohst  Bros. 
Mowbray  Roscoe  C,  dentist  (S.  F.)  res  E  s  Linden  bet 

Twelfth  and  Fourteenth 
Mowell  Paul  D.,  publisher  Prices  Current  (S.  F.)  res  NW 

cor  Twelfth  and  West 
Mower  Ezra  H.,  carpenter,  res  1423  Third 
Moyer  Frank,  mining  secretary,  res  NE  cor  Harrison  and 

Seventh 
Moynihan  Daniel,  laborer,  res  W  s  Magnolia  bet  Second  and 

Third 
Moynihan  John,  marblecutter  Amador  Marble  Works,   res 

WTebster  nr  Mountain  Yiew  Cemetery 
Moynihan  Maggie,  domestic,  904  Filbert 
Mudge  Bobert,  with  George  W.  Clark  &  Co.  (S.  F.)  res  1018 

Adeline 
Mudge  Theo.  A.,  real  estate  agent,  res  W  s  Fruit  Vale  av  nr 

East  14th 
Mudgett  W.,  driver  Oakland  E,  E. 
MUELLER  &  STEFFANONI  (Ernest  Mueller  and  Achille 

Steffanoni)  watchmakers  and  jewelers,  923  Broadway 
Mueller  Constantine,  professor  music,  res  NE  cor  Twenty- 
sixth  and  Chestnut 
Mueller  Ernest  (Mueller  &  Steffanoni)  res  1610  San  Pablo  av 
Mueller  Jacob,  harnessmaker  with  F.  A.  Marsten,  res  Stew- 
art's Hotel 
Muhlback  Charles,  apprentice  with  M.  Fraser,  res  N  s  Uni- 

versit}"  av  nr  Shattuck,  B. 
Mues  Eichard,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co.,  res  1862  Seventh 
Muir  Bartlett,  res  721  Franklin 


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OAKLAND    [  M  ]    DIRECTORY.  333 

Mulcahey  Michael,  laborer,  res  1064  Twelfth  av 
Mulcahy  Hannah,  domestic,  NW  cor  Eighteenth  and  Brush 
Mulcahy  Michael,  deckhand  Oakland  Ferry,  res  S.  F. 
Muldoon  Patrick,  assistant  surveyor,  res  Winthrop  House 
Mulgrew  James,    laborer  Brooklyn    Planing  Mill,   res    711 

East  12th 
Mnlholland  Hugh,  laborer,  res  Oakland  Yiew  Homestead 
Mulholland  Robert,  farmer,  res  N  s  Thirty-second  nr  San 

Pablo  av 
Mullally  Bridget,  domestic,  953  Market 
Mullan  Patrick,  foreman  C.  P.  R.  R.   Wharf,  res  Winthrop 

House 
Mullen  Ann,  domestic,  1267  Eighth 
Mullen  Bridget,  domestic,  615  Tenth 
Mullen  Delia,  domestic,  941  Linden 

Mullen  Harriet  Mrs.,  res  SE  cor  Fourteenth  and  Linden 
Mullen  H.  M.  Miss,  teacher,  res  SE  cor  Fourteenth  and  Lin- 
den 
Mullen  John,  blacksmith  W.  D.  Co.,  res  874  Twenty-first 
Mullen  Patrick,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Winthrop  House 
Mullen  Thomas,  laborer  with  Taylor  &  Co.,  res  913  Alice 
Muller  A.    C,  barkkeeper   with   Charles  Muller,   res   1837 

Seventh 
Muller  Alexander,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Union  nr  Thirty-second 
MULLER  CHARLES,  saloon,  1841  Seventh 
Mulligan  John,  car  repairer  C.  P.  Pi.  R.,  res  cor  Willow  and 

William 
Mulligan  John,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  SW  cor  William 

and  Campbell 
Mulligan  Peter,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Oakland  Wharf 
Mullikin  James  C,  proprietor  Temescal  Central  Market,  NW 

cor  Forty-fifth  and  Shattuck 
Mullikin  Joseph  D.,  road  master,   res  N  s  Evoy  av  nr  San 

Pablo  av 
Mullikin  R.,  professor  dancing,  462  Twelfth 
Mulvehill  John,  laborer,  res  417  Seventh 
Mulvey  Christopher,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Central 

Pacific  Railroad  House 
Mulville  John,  laborer,  res  409  Seventh 
Mulville  N.  B.,  att-at-law  (S.  F.)  res  616  Ninth 
Mumm  Charles,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co.,   res  Central  Pacific 

Railroad  House 
Munce  John,  machinist  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  E  s  Peralta  bet 

Third  and  Fifth 
Munch  Charles,  laborer  with  W.  A.  Bray 
Mund  Lewis,  gardener,  NW  cor  Wood  and  Eighth 


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334  OAKLAND    [M]    DIRECTORY. 

Munday  Frank,  stevedore,  res  W  s  Curtis  nr  Twenty -first 

Munroe  Elizabeth  Mrs.,  res  727  Eighth 

Munsell  James  jr.,  life  insurance  agent,  res  E  s  Madison  bet 

Ninth  and  Tenth 
Munson  O.  D.,  physician,  res  1112  Alice 
Munson  Sarah  Miss,  res  1112  Alice 

Murdock  Henry,  carpenter  with  A.  J.  McKee,  res  306  Seventh 
Murphy  Anthony  T.,  teamster  with  Burner  &  Young,  res 

712  Webster 
Murphy  Bridget,  domestic,  W  s  Peralta  nr  Seward 
Murphy  Celia,  waitress  Bellevue  House 
Murphy  Daniel,  driver  with  J.  McElroy,  res  215  Sixth 
Murphy  Daniel,  laborer,  res  N  s  Thirty-ninth  nr  Telegraph  av 
Murphy  Daniel  A.,  saloon,  1851  Seventh 
Murphy  Dennis,  coachman  with  C.  P.  Marsh 
Murphy  Dennis,  cook  Eland  House 
Murphy  Dennis,  laborer,  W  s  Brush  nr  Sixth 
Murphy  Edmund  J.,   brakeman  C.   P.  R.  R.,  res  SE  cor 

Chester  and  Seventh 
Murphy  Edward,  butcher,  S  s  Seventh  bet  Pine  and   Cedar 
Murphy  Ellen  Mrs.,  res  Eighteenth  nr  Grove 
Murphy  James,  boilermaker,  res  S  s  Seventh  bet  Franklin 

and  Broadway 
Murphy  James,  laborer,  res  417  Seventh 
Murphy  James,  laborer,  res  1756  Telegraph  av 
Murphy  James,  laborer,  res  N  s  Lydia  nr  Curtis 
Murphy  James  W.,  salesman  with  J.J.  O'Brien  &  Co.,  res 

Grand  Central  Hotel 
Murphy  J.  C,  sawyer  Grove-st  Planing  Mill,  res  N  s  Chase 

bet  Wood  and  Willow 
Murphy  John,  blacksmith,  res  Alhambra  House 
Murphy  John,  laborer,  res  417  Seventh 
Murphy  John,  laborer,  res  Overland  House 
Murphy  John,  laundiwman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Murphy  John  A.,  pianomaker,  res  Overland  House 
Murphy  John  C,  plumber,  res  409  Seventh 
Murphy  John  H.  (Conner  &  Murphy)  res  1230  Broadway 
Murphy  John  P.,  tinsmith  with  G.  L.  Lynde,  res  1080  Four- 
teenth av 
Murphy  J.  T.,  stairbuilder  Grove-st  Planing  Mill,  res  216 

Sixth 
Murphy  Julia,  domestic  with  David  Poole 
Murphy  Kossuth  M.,  student  University,  res  1009  Madison 
Murphy  M.,  laborer,  res  652  Myrtle 
Murphy  Martin,  stone  cutter  with  Madden  &  Nunan,  res 

1054  Franklin 


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OAKLAND     [M]   DIRECTORY.  335 

Murphy  Mary,  widow,  res  868  Castro 

Murphy  Michael,  marble  worker,  res  El  Dorado  House 

Murphy  Nellie,  domestic  with  A.  K.  P.  Harmon 

Murphy  Patrick,  laborer,  res  S  s  Seventh  bet  Henry  and 

Chester 
Murphy  Patrick  A.,  (O'Connell  &  Co.)  res  719  Alice 
Murphy  Rose  Mrs.,  res  junction  Telegraph  road  and  Uni- 
versity av,  B. 
Murphy  Thomas,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  NE  cor  Tenth 

and  Franklin 
Murphy  Toney,  teamster,  res  Eagle  House 
Murphy  William,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  S  s  Taylor  bet 

Willow  and  Wood 
Murphy  William,  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co. 
Murphy  William  C,  pipemaker  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  res 

215  Sixth 
Murphy  William  S.    (Whittier,   Fuller  &  Co.)   res  NW  cor 

Thirty-third  and  Grove 
Murphy  W.  T.,  clerk  with  J.  J.  O'Brien  &  Co.,  res  Winsor 

House 
MURRAY  &  O'HARE  (Timothy  B.    Murray  and  Charles 

O'Hare)  proprietors  Grand  Central  Carriage  Works,   N 

s  Twelfth  bet  Harrison  &  Alice 
MURRAY  &  YOUNG  (Pembroke  Murray  and  Joseph  W. 

Young)  proprietors  Grand  Central  Hotel,   S  s  Twelfth 

bet  Webster  &  Harrison 
Murray  Charles  E.,  clerk  with  John  Verhave,  res  SW  cor 

East  12th  and  Sixth  av 
Murray  Daniel,  laborer  U.  S.  Mint   (S.  F.)  res  W  s  Pine  nr 

Seward 
Murray  Dennis,  laborer,  822  Myrtle 
Murray  Edward  J.,  clerk  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Murray  George  D.,  student  University,  res  First  Club  House 
Murray  George  E.,  fresco  painter,  res  Sunnyside  House 
Murray  J.,  painter,  res  3(55  Ninth 

Murray  John,  tailor,  res  N  s  Twenty-fourth  nr  Filbert 
Murray  Mary,  domestic  D.  and  D.  and  B.  Asylum 
Murray  Pembroke  (Murray  &  Young)  resGrand  Central  Hotel 
Murray  Robert  M.,  contractor  and  builder,  res  689  Elm 
Murray  S.  C,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Lincoln  nr  Willow 
Murray  Timothy,  shipwright  W.   D.  Co.,  res  N  s  Atlantic 

bet  Willow  and  Campbell 
Murray  Timothy  B.    (Murray  &   O'Hare)  res  881  Twenty- 
second 
Murray  William  B.,  bookkeeper  C.  P.  R.  R.  (S.  F.)  res  821 

Thirteenth 


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336  OAKLAND    [M]    DIRECTORY. 

Murray  William  F.,  laborer,  res  822  Myrtle 

Murtha  Peter,  stone  cutter  (S.  F.)  res  S  s  Taylor  nr  Wood 

Murty  John  E.,  fireman  C.  P.  K.  R. 

Musgrave  Robert  W.,  student  University,  res  SE  cor  Hum-   | 

boldt  and  Parker  avs,  B. 
Musselman  David,  shoemaker,  909  Seventh,  res  S  s  Seven-   [ 

teenth  nr  Cypress 
Musser  J.  W.,  res  W  s  Fifthjav  bet  East  11th  and  East  12th   |j 
Mutual  Life  Insurance  Co.   of  New  York,    Spencer  Martin 

agent,  1106  Broadway 
.Myers  &  Moran  (A.  H.  Myers  and  T.  J.    Moran)   plumbers   • 

and  gasfitters,  1733  Seventh 
Myers  A.  F.,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res  558  Sixth   [ 
Myers  A.  H.  (Myers  &  Moran)  res  Eighth  bet  Willow  and 

Campbell 
Myers  Frederick  F.,  lime,  plaster,  fire  brick  and  drain  pipe, 

NE  cor  Third  and  Washington,  res  508  Fourth 
Myers  Jeremiah,  res  N  s  Seventh  bet  Cedar  and  Bay 
Myers  John,  laborer  W.  D.  Co. 
Myers  Jonathan,   agent  Remington  Sewing  Machines,  465   [ 

Ninth,  res  1921  Myrtle 
Myers  Robert,  res  NE  cor  East  14th  and  Thirteenth  av 
Myers  William,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Filbert  nr  Thirtieth 
Myers  William  H.,  with  Albert  Baker,  res  715  Sixth 
Myers  William  R.,  painter,  res  955  Third 
Myers  — ,  printer,  res  462  Twelfth 
Myles  Frederick  C,  res  914  Eighth 

Myles  George,  clerk  with  E.  D.  Block  &  Co.,  res  428  Second 
Myles  H.  S.  Mrs.,  914  Eighth 
Myles  James,   clerk  with  Maloon  &  Caswell,  res  S  E  cor    ! 

Twelfth  and  Market 
Myles  Richard,  painter  and  extraman  Engine  No.  2,  res  428 

Second 
Myles  William,  plasterer,  res  428  Second 
Myles  William  T.,    constable  and  engineer  Felton  Engine 

Co.  No.  2.,  res  NE  cor  Broadway  and  Second 
Myrick  Ella  Miss,  teacher,  res  SE  cor  Brush  and  Thirteenth 
Myrick  John  B.,  machinist  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  557  Seventh 
Myrick  Lizzie  B.,  teacher  Prescott  Primary  School,  res  1510 

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OAKLAND     [  N  ]    DIRECTORY.  337 


N 

Naegle  G.  H.,  wood  and  coal,  NE  cor  Sixth  and  Washing- 
ton, res  603  Webster 

Naegle  John,  clerk  with  G.  H.  Naegle,  res  603  Webster 

Nagle  Edward,  gardener,  res  N  s  Sixteenth  bet  Jefferson  and 
Clay 

NAISMITH  GEORGE  S.,  agent  Wilson  Sewing  Machines, 
1063  Broadway,  res  1005  Seventh 

Naismith  James,  clerk  (S.  F.)  res  615  Fourth 

Naisinith  John,  barber  (S.  F.)  res  615  Fourth 

Names  Nicholas,  carpenter,  res  NW  cor  Third  and  Henry 

NASH,  BROWN  &  CO.  (J.  A.  Nash  and  L.  D.  Brown)  gro- 
ceries, flour  and  feed,  NE  cor  Seventh  and  Webster 

Nash  John  A.  (Nash,  Brown  &  Co.)  res  SE  cor  Fifteenth  and 
Castro 

NATIONAL  BREWERY  DEPOT,  John  Holden  proprietor, 
SE  cor  Broadway  and  Eighth 

Natkember  Henry,  gardener,  N  s  Frederick  bet  Telegraph 
and  San  Pablo  avs 

Neace  W.  A.,  driver  Oakland  K.  R.  Co. 

Neagle  George  W.,  groceries,  res  cor  Eighth  and  Campbell 

Neagle  J.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Nealon  Jeremiah,  farmer,  res  cor  Ellsworth  and  Channing 
way,  B. 

Nearney  Dennis,  boilermaker,  res  653  Jackson 

Nebel  Herrmann,  clerk  with  D.  Menke,  res  NW  cor  Broad- 
way and  Sixth 

Nedderman  B.,  boot  and  shoemaker,  705  East  12th,  res  423 
East  12th 

Nedderman  Henry,  policeman,  res  East  12th  bet  Eighth  and 
Ninth  av 

Negrini  J.,  res  Eighteenth  av,  Lynn 

Neibo  Andrius,  gardener,  res  912  Sixth  av 

Neil  William,  plasterer,  res  1420  Twelfth 

Neller  Leopold  (Held  &  Neller)  res  1226  Broadway 

Nelson  &  Peterson  (Mads  Nelson  and  August  Peterson) 
blacksmiths  and  wagonmakers,  NE  cor  San  Pablo  and 
University  avs,  W.  B. 

Nelson  Andrew,  deckhand  Oakland  Ferry,  res  S.  F. 

Nelson  Charles,  gardener,  res  E  s  Filbert  nr  Third 

Nelson  Daniel,  laborer,  res  W  s  Adeline  nr  Third 

Nelson  James,  master  mariner,  res  W  s  Chestnut  nr  Twenty- 
fourth 


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338  OAKLAND    [  N  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Nelson  James  jr.,   carpenter,  res  Ws   Chestnut  nr  Twenty- 
fourth 
Nelson  John,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  W  s  Kennedy  bet 

Dennison  and  Livingston 
Nelson  John  M.,  cabinetmaker  W.  D.  Co.,  res  916  Wood 
Nelson  Mads  (Nelson  &  Peterson)  res  cor  San  Pablo  and 

University  avs,  W.  B. 
Nelson  Melvin,  res  W  s  Campbell  nr  Thirteenth 
Nelson  Peter,  plasterer,  res  N  s  Atlantic  nr  Willow 
Nelson  P.  N.,  bookkeeper  with  L.  Chartrand.  res  552  Broad- 
way 
Nelson  Robert,   carpenter,   res  W  s    Chestnut    nr   Twenty- 
fourth 
Nelson  Thomas,  master  mariner,  res  668  Brown 
Nesbitt  Jennie  W.  Miss,  teacher  Grove-st  School,  res  754 

Tenth 
Nesbitt  Mary  E.,  domestic,  1360  West 
Nestell  D.  D.  T.,  physician,  office  and  res  714  Tenth 
Nethercott  William,  shipwright,  res  W  s  Bay  nr  Short 
Nettleton  Eugene,  engineer,  res  958  Webster 
Neugent  Bridgett,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Neumann  Louis,  upholsterer,  res  569  Charter 
NEVADA   MARKET,  T.  W.  Thacker  proprietor,   SE  cor 

Filbert  and  Third 
New  American  Sewing  Machine,  Hagar  &  Brownson  agents, 

470  Twelfth 
New  York  Artificial  Stone  Co.,  Hall  &  Morey  proprietors, 

post  office  box  554 
NEW  YORK  AUCTION  STORE  (dry  goods)  E.  Barnett 

proprietor,  825  Broadway 
NEW  YORK  BAKERY,   John    Thomson    proprietor,    910 

Broadway 
NEW  YORK  LIVERY  STABLE,  Strauter  &  Howard  pro- 
prietors, SW  cor  Eighth  and  Webster 
Newcomb   William,   superintendent   Oakland   Paving   Co's 

Stables,  res  Valley  nr  Locust 
Newell  Agnes  S.  Mrs.,  teacher  penmanship,  454  Twelfth 
Newell  David,  carpenter,  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Franklin  and  Web- 
ster, res  SW  cor  Washington  and  Eleventh 
Newell  James,  laborer,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  nr  Center 
Newell  Julia  C,  nurse,  res  573  Eighth 
Newell  Theresa  M.  Miss,  teacher,  res  1354  Eighth 
Newgent  Fred.  C,  butcher  with  J.  Woerner,  res  1054  Broad- 
way 
Newhouse  Henry,  wood  carver,  res  612  Second 
Newkoop  John,  carpenter,  res  683  Twenty-sixth 


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Neylan  John,  clerk  (S.  F.)  res  1267  Eighth 

Neylan  Joseph  D.,  clerk  (S.  F.)  res  1267  Eighth 

Neylan  Mary  E.  Miss,  res  1267  Eighth 

Nichol  Peter,  plumber  W.  D.  Co. 

Nichol  S.,  res  Bartlett  House 

Nicholl  Block,  NE  cor  Washington  and  Ninth 

NICHOLL  HOUSE,  Jackson  &  Nicholl  proprietors,  MB  cor 

Washington  and  Ninth 
Nicholl  John  H.  (Jackson  &  Nicholl)  res  Nicholl  House 
Nicholls  Henry,  turner  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res  cor  Wash- 
ington and  Second 
Nichols  Andrew  S.,  res  1119  West 
Nichols  C,  brakernan  C.  P.  E.  R.,  res  Oakland  Wharf 
Nichols  C.  M.,  insurance  surveyor,  res  Fruit  Yale  av 


OAKLAND    [Jf]    DIRECTORY.  339 

NEWLAND   &   PUMYEA    (Edward  Newland  and  Peter 

Puniyea)  livery  stable,  462  Seventh  — 

Newland  Andrew  (E.  &  A .  Newland)  res  Newland  House  ~ 

NEWLAND  E.  &  A.,  proprietors  Newland  House,  NE  cor   !  j- 

Washington  and  Seventh  ^ 

Newland  Edward  (E.  &  A.  Newland  and  Newland  £  Puniyea)     • 

res  Newland  House  35 

NEWLAND  HOUSE,  E.    &  A.  Newland  proprietors,  NE     ' 

cor  Washington  and  Seventh  2 

Newland  House  Restaurant,  Miles  Fumiss  propi'ietor,  472     ^ 

Seventh  ~ 

Newman  Eugenia  Miss,  compositor  Signs  of  the  Times  § 

Newman   John,  res  W  s  Thirteenth  av  bet  East  17th  and     SO 

East  Eighteenth  ^ 

Newman  William,  proprietor  Billiard  Saloon,  Grand  Central 

Hotel,  res  571  Seventh 
Newmarch  Caroline,  domestic,  626  Thirteenth 
NEWSOM  A.  L.  &  T.  D.,  architects,  1004  Broadway 
Newsom  Alexander  L.  (A.  L.  &  T.  D.  Newsom)    res   Lake 

Shore  av  OT 

Newsom  J.  J.,  res  S  s  East  17th  bet  Seventh  and  Eighth  avs     ~ 
Newsom  Lavens  M.,   proprietor  Maple  Leaf  Nursery,   151     ~ 

East  12th,  res  SW  cor  Sixth  av  and  East  16th 
Newsom  S.,  architect,  res  Winsor  House 
Newsom  Thomas  D.  (A.  L.  &  T.  D.  Newsom)  res  East  16th 

nr  Sixth  av 
Newton  Benjamin,  carpenter,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 
Newton  Charles,  res  W  s  Fourth  av  nr  East  16th 
Newton  Charles,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Newton  L.  D.,  carpenter,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 
Newton  — ,  bricklayer,  res  Eland  Hsuse 
Neylan  James  (Neylan  &  Young,  S.  F.)  res  1267  Eighth  > 


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Nichols  George  W.,   carpenter,   res   S   s   Twenty-first   bet 

Market  and  Curtis 
Nichols  James  J.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Twenty -first  bet  Curtis 

and  Market 
Nichols  Jesse  C,  apothecary  with  H.  Bowman,  res  Clay  nr 

Ninth 
Nichols  John  J.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Twenty -first  bet  Curtis 

and  Market 
Nichols  Joseph,  laborer  C.  P.  B.  E.,  res  678  Park 
Nichols  Samuel  M.,  res   S  s   Twenty -first  bet  Curtis  and 

Market 
Nichols  Thomas  E.,  student  University 
NICHOLSON  GEORGE  J.,  nurseryman,  NW  cor  Grove  and 

Elm 
Nicholson  I.  E.,  physician  and  surgeon,    office  and  res  626 

Eighth 
Nicholson  John  H.,  paying  teller  Bank   California  (S.  P.) 

res  1205  Alice 
Nicholson  Joseph  C,  with  Dickson,  DeWolf  &  Co.  (S.  F.) 

res  954  Twelfth 
Nicholson  Thomas,  teamster  with   E.    Surry  line  &  Co.,  res 

N  s  Taylor  nr  Pine 
Nicholson  T.  M.,    teamster   with   E.    Surryhne  &  Co.,  res 

Taylor  bet  Pine  and  Wood 
Nicholson  Walter  H.,  student  University 
Nicholson  William,  shoemaker  with  W.  A.  Watts,  res  W  s 

Chestnut  nr  Thirty-fourth 
Nickerson  James,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 
Nickerson  Zenas  E.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  W  s  Willow  nr 

Chase 
Nickerson  Zenas  P.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Willowr  nr  Chase 
Nicol  Peter,  plumber,  res  N  s  Laurel  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Nicoll  William  W.,  farmer,  res  1641  San  Pablo  av 
Niehaus  Edward  F.  (Sinister  &  Niehaus)  res  cor  Second  and 

Bristol,    W.  B. 
Niehaus  Ernst,  machine  hand   with  Sinister  &  Niehaus,  res 

cor  Second  and  Bristol,  W.  B. 
Nielsen  Edward,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  S  s  Logan  nr  Grove 
Nightengale   N.  D.    Mrs.,    boarding,    cor   Forty-ninth  and 

Telegraph  av,  Temescal 
Nightengale  William,  driver  Oakland  E.   E.,  res  cor  Forty- 
ninth  and  Telegraph  av,  Temescal 
Nightingill  A.  E.,  publisher,  res  565  Sixteenth 
Nimes  Nicholas,  carpenter,  res  SW  cor  Henry  and  Third 
Ninesmith  George,  sewing  machine  agent,  res  1005  Seventh 
Nisbet  John,  gardener,  res  SE  cor  East  18th  and  Eleventh  av 


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OAKLAND    [ft[]    DIRECTORY.  341 

Nissen  L.  C,  master  mariner,  res  S  s  Chase  bet  Wood  and 

Willow 
Niswander  J.  S.,  miner,  res  SW  cor  William  and  Wood 
Nixon  Eobeit  B.,  res  S  s  Minna  nr  Telegraph  av 
Nixon  - — ,  carpenter,  res  Capital  Hotel 
Noah  Andrew,  hostler  with  C.  H.   Harrison,  SE  cor  Center 

and  Seventh 
Noble  Robert,  laborer  with  J.  Lusk  «fc  Co.,  res  cor  Telegraph 

av  and  Clifton,  Temescal 
Noble  Thomas  N.,   machinist  and   engineer,   res  cor  Sixth 

and  Holvoke,  W.  B. 
Noblett  Robert  R.    (McCleverty  &  Noblett)  res  1058  Alice 
Nocton  Clara   Miss,    tailoress   with   T.  Lancaster,    res  cor 

Twenty-first  and  West 
Noel  John,  farmer,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  bet  Strawberry 

creek  and  Temescal 
Nolan  Ann  Miss,  dressmaker,  555  Eighth 
Nolan  Bernard,  plasterer,  res  NW  cor  Third   and  Chestnut 
Nolan  Bridget,  widow,  res  NW  cor  East  14th  and  Fifteenth 

av 
Nolan  Daniel,  pedlar,  res  E  s  Haven  nr  Peralta 
Nolan  Dennis,  res  NW  cor  East  14th  and  Fifteenth  av 
Nolan  James  (Carney  &  Nolan)  res  417  Seventh 
Nolan  James,  bricklayer,  res  S  s  East  10th  bet  Third  and 

Fourth  avs 
Nolan  James,  engineer  Oakland  Gas   Co.,  res  661  Jefferson 
Nolan  Lawrence,   harnessmaker  (S.   F.)    res  NW  cor  Goss 

and  Pine 
Nolan  M.  A.,  dressmaker,  315  Eleventh 
Nolan  Mary,  domestic,  1129  Myrtle 
Nolan  Sarah,  widow,  res  1810  Goss 
Nolan  Sarah  Miss,  res  1810  Goss 

Nolan  Stephen,  proprietor  Belle  View  Nursery,  S  s  Thirty- 
third  nr  Telegraph  av 
Nolan  Timothy,  truckman,  res  709  Clay 
Nolan  William,   carpenter,   res  SE   cor   Thirty-second  and 

Union 
Nolan  — ,  carpenter,  res  867  Campbell 
Nolan  —  Mrs.,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 
NOLL  JOSEPH,  saloon,  NW  cor  Seventh  and  Webster 
Noll  Louis,  paper  hanger,  res  668  Harrison 
Nolte  Henry,  real  estate  (S.  F.)  res  962  Clay 
Noone  Martin,  fireman   C.    P.   R.    R.,    res  N  s  Twelfth  bet 

Campbell  and  Peralta 
Noonan  Dennis,  lather,  res  E  s  Linden  bet  Second  and  Third 
Noonan  M.,  dispatcher  C.  P.  R.  R. 


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Noonan  Patrick,  butcher,  res  S  s  Summer  nr  Second,  Tem- 
escal 

Noonan  Timothy,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 

Noonan  Win.  J.,  farmer,  res  Summer  nr  Second,  Temescal 

Nor  Chris  H.,  hostler  with  Henry  H.  Porch,  res  Grand 
Western  Hotel 

Norcross  James,  with  Mechanics'  Mill  (S.  F.)  res  W  s  Wil- 
low bet  Seward  and  Lincoln 

Nordhausen  Adolph,  res  558  Third 

Nordhausen  Albert  (C.  &  A.  Nordhausen)  res  558  Third 

Nordhausen  C.  &  A.,  auction  store,  813  Broadway 

Norhausen  Charles  (C.  &  A.  Nordhausen)  res  558  Third 

Norman  George,  foreman  painter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  cor  Wood 
and  William 

Norman  M.,  mechanic,  res  607  Third 

Norman  William,  cook  Union  Hotel 

Normandin  Louis,  driver  Oakland  R.  P.,  res  cor  Second 
and  Clay 

Normandin  Louis,  hostler  with  Eemillard  Bros. 

Norris  James  C,  res  1268  Harrison 

North  British  and  Mercantile  Insurance  Co.,  T.  L.  Walker 
agent,  1004  Broadway,  rooms  8-9 

Northey  &  Wagar  (V.  S.  Northey  and  L.  Wagar)  carriage, 
wagon  and  agricultural  implement  manufacturers,  801- 
803  East  12th 

Northey  V.  S.  (Northey  &  Wagar)  res  SE  cor  Eleventh  av 
and  East  15th 

NORTHUP  BENJAMIN  C,  butcher  N  s  Seventh  nr  Wil- 
low (Masonic  Hall  Building)  res  1653  Atlantic 

Norton  James,  stableman  Clifford's  Livery  Stable,  res  411 
Thirteenth 

Norton  John,  plasterer,  res  Winthrop  House 

Norton  Martin,  laborer,  res  S  s  Dwight  way  nr  Humboldt 
av,  B. 

Norwood  W.  E.,  res  Knox  House 

Nourse  George  A.,  atty-at-law  (S.  F.)  res  NW  cor  Oak  and 
Fourteenth 

Nourse  George  F.,  res  956  Castro 

Noxon  John  B.,  with  Cal.  Watch  Co.,  res  Park  House,  W.B. 

Noy  William  H.,  butcher,  res  SE  cor  Fifth  and  Brush 

Noyes  John  H.,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  East  16th  and  Twen- 
tieth av 

Noyes  William  T.,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  East  16th  and 
Twentieth  av 

Nugent  Charles,  clerk  with  Wm.  S.  Searing,  res  SE  cor 
Clay  and  Ninth 


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OAKLAND     [  0  ]    DIRECTORY.  343 

Nugent  Frederick,  butcher,  res  1054  Broadway 
Nugent  James,  laborer,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 
Nunan  John  J.  (Madden  &  Nunan)  res  cor  Twenty-first  and 

Broadway 
Nunan  Timothy,  laborer,  res  1021  Franklin 
Nunemacker  Robert,  gardener,  res  301  Second 
Nusbaumer  Emil,  student  University 
Nye  Stephen  G.,  Judge  County  and  Probate  Court,  res  San 

Leandro 


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O'Beirne  John,  res  958  Third 

O'Beirne   Joseph   F.,  U.   S.   Commissioner  (S.  F.)  res  958 

Third 
O  Brady  Barney,  hostler,  672  Eleventh 
O'Brien  Anna,  widow,  res  N  s  Linden  nr  Twenty-eighth 
O'Brien  Bridget,  widow,  res  1823  Goss 
O'Brien  Edward,  tinsmith  with  J.  C.  Bullock,  res  Goss  bet 

Cedar  and  Pine 
O'Brien  Ellen,  widow,  res  E  s  Linden  nr  Twenty-first 
O'Brien  Ellen,  domestic  with  Walter  Turnbull 
O'Brien  James,  laborer,  res  368  First 
O'Brien  James,  painter,  res  El  Dorado  House 
O'Brien  J.  J.  (J.  J.  O'Brien  &  Co.)  res  1707  Octavia  (S.  F.) 
O'BRIEN  J.  J.  &  CO.  (J.  J.  O'Brien)  importers  and  dealers 

dry  goods,  1117-1119  Broadway 
O'Brien  John,  laborer,  res  417  Second 
O'Brien  John,  shoemaker,  833  Washington 
O'Brien  John  C,  calker,  res  1453  Fifth 
O'Brien  Margaret,  domestic  with  Walter  Turnbull 
O'Brien  Mathew,  bookkeeper,  res  873  Lydia 
O'Brien  Michael,  butcher   with  Hayes,  Canuck   &    Co.,  res 

Roff's  Hotel 
O'Brien  Michael,  millwright,  res  N  s  Ninth  nr  Chester 
O'Brien  Michael  V.,  carpenter  C.  P.  B.  R.,  res  Seventh  bet 

Cedar  and  Pine 
O'Brien  Nicholas,  blacksmith  with  King  &   Williams,  and 

extraman  with  Engine  Co.  No.  1,  res  Webster  bet  Six- 
teenth and  Seventeenth 
O'Brien  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Logan  nr  San  Pablo  av 
O'Brien  Timothy,  clerk  with  J.  McElroy,  res  526  Seventh 
O'Brien  William  (Clooney  &  O'Brien)  res  NE  cor  Seventh 

and  Peralta 
O'Brine  James,  dishwasher  Eland  House 


Pll  RFRT  J?  Mil^JTFR    AGENTS  F0R  SAN  FRANCISCO  and  alameda  property, 


Office,  224  Montgomery  St.,  S.  F.,  or  Park  st.,  Alameda. 


Woodward  &  Taggart-Desirabie  Residence  Properly  for  Sale. 


344  OAKLAND    [  0  ]    DIRECTORY. 

O'Callaghan  James,  student  University,  res  Berkeley  Hotel 
O'Connell  &  Co.  (P.  J.  O'Connell  and  P.  A.  Murphy)  dry 

and  fancy  goods,  1002  Broadway 

O'Connell   Daniel,  carver  Oakland   Planing   Mill,    res   295 
Clementina  (S.  F.) 

O'Connell  James,  laborer,  res  N  s  Elm  nr  Telegraph  av 

O'Connell  John,  laborer,  res  810  Alice 

O'Connell  M.  Mrs.,  widow,  res  N  s  William  bet  Campbell 
and  Willow 

O'Connell    Michael,    stableman     Dexter     Stables,    res    359 
Eleventh 

O'Connell  Morris,  laborer,  res  11G8  Seventh 

O'Connell  Patrick,  teamster  with  Freeman  &  Jaffe,  res  Valley 

O'Connell  Peter,  laborer,  res  811  Magnolia 

O'Connell  P.  J.  (O'Connell  &  Co  )  res  915  Grove 

O'Connell  William,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

O'Connell  William,  laborer,  res  213  Sixth 

O'Conner  Jerry,   proprietor  Oakland  Stone  Yard,   SE  cor 
Seventh  and  Castro,  res  Second  bet  Brush  and  Castro 

O'Connor  Daniel,  gardener,  res  1502  Fifth 

O'Connor  Charles,  plumber  W.  D.  Co. 

O'Connor  Delia,  domestic,  819  Fifteenth 

O'Connor  E.   T.,   res  E  s  Telegraph  av  bet  Edwards  and 
Plymouth  av 

O'Connor  Frank  J.,  tinsmith  with  O.  C.   Kirk,  res  215  East 
12th 

O'Connor  Honora,  domestic  S  s  Eighth  nr  Peralta 

O'Connor  James,  res  laborer,  NE  cor  Tenth  and  Franklin 

O'Connor  John,    bricklayer,   res  cor  Chestnut  and  Thirty- 
second 

O'Connor  John,  engineer,  res  1502  Fifth 

O'Connor  John,  foreman  C.    P.  K.   B.,   res  W  s  Cedar  bet 
Goss  and  Short 

O'Connor  John,  welldigger,  resNE  cor  Chestnut  and  Thirty- 
second 

O'Connor  Margaret  Miss,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  bet  Forty- 
first  and  Forty-second 

O'Connor  Mary,  widow,  res  N  s  Seventh  bet  Cedar  and  Bay 

O'Connor  Morris,  teamster,  res  Winthrop  House 

O'Connor  Patrick,  blacksmith  C.  P.  K.  B.,  res  W  s  Bay  nr 
Eighth 

O'Connor   Patrick,    laborer,    res   Valley   bet   Walnut    and 
Locust 

O'Connor  Timothy,  laborer  C.  P.  B.  B.,  res  SE  cor  Elev- 
enth and  Cypress 


PIEDMONT  SPRINGS  A-D-WH,TNEY-Proprielor 


FIRST  CLASS  ACCOMMODATIONS  AT  ALL  HOURS. 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon  delivers  Ice,  Soda  and  Cider.      Depot,  469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND    [  0  ]    DIRECTORY.  345 

O'Day  Daniel,  laborer,  res  E  s  Peralta  nr  Twenty-fourth 

O'Dea  Edmond,  blacksmith  with  P.  H.  McGrew,  res  NW 
cor  East  11th  and  Thirteenth  av 

O'Dea  Thomas,  cartman,  res  S  s  Thirteenth  nr  Center 

O'Donald  Andrew,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co.,  res  Mechan- 
ics' Hotel 

O'Donnell  Emma,  domestic,  S  s  Fourteenth  bet  Brush  and 
West 

O'Donnell  James,  laborer,  res  681  Park 

O'Donnell  Myles  F.,  compositor  Transcript,  res  462  Twelfth 

O'Donnell  Thomas,  laborer,  res  SE  cor  East  20th  and  Thir- 
teenth av 

O'Grady  Coleman,  stonemason,  res  1103  Third 

O'Grady  Thomas,  live  stock,  res  W  s  Filbert  bet  Twelfth 
and  Fourteenth 

O'Halloran  Mary,  domestic,  NE  cor  Fifteenth  and  Grove 

O'Hara  Margaret,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

O'Hare  Charles  (Murray  &  O'Hare)  res  cor  Market  and 
Twenty-fifth 

O'Hare  Patrick,  res  N  s  Fifteenth  nr  Center 

O'Hare  Peter,  plumber  Avith  John  A.  C.  MacDonald,  res 
Twenty-fourth  nr  Market 

O'Keefe  D.,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 

O'Keefe  John,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 

O'Keeffe  Daniel,  boot  and  shoemaker,  shop  and  res  681 
East  12th 

O'Keeffe  Daniel,  laborer,  res  cor  Tenth  and  Franklin 

O'Leary  Cornelius,  gasfitter,  res  E  s  Market  bet  Fifteenth 
and  Sixteenth 

O'Leary  Cornelius,  laborer,  res  863  Lydia 

O'Leary  Jeremiah,  laborer,  res  517  Fourth,  rear 

O'Leary  Thomas,  saloon,  res  917  Webster 

O'Loughlin  Hattie  Mrs.,  chambermaid  Tubbs'  Hotel 

O'Maley  Edward,  laborer,  res  W  s  Magnolia  nr  Twenty- 
second 

O'Melveny  Henry  W.,  student  University,  res  First  Club 
House 

O'Neil  Dennis,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R. 

O'Neil  John,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Baxter  Station 

O'Neil  M.  A.  Miss,  assistant  Grove-st  School,  res  Webster 
bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth 

O'Neil  Mary,  domestic,  853  Myrtle 

O'Neil  Owen,  laborer,  res  NW  cor  East  14th   and  First  av 

O'Neil  Patrick,  laborer  W.  D.  Co. 

O'Neil  Patrick,  saloon,  420  Seventh 

O'Neil  Thomas,  saloon,  res  917  Webster 


^IIRFPT   J?    ySiMTTP   BUY  and  SELL  REAL  ESTATE  and  MINING  PROPERTY-LOANS 
UILUL.1I  I    &    null  i  Lfl  NEGOTIATED.     224  Montgomery  st.  S.  F..  or  Park  st.  Alame 


Woodward  &  Taggart,  Real  Estate  Agents  and  Auctioneers. 

346  OAKLAND    [  0  ]    DIRECTORY. 

O'Neile  Martin,  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  res  E  s 

Chestnut  nr  First 
O'Neill  Edmund,  student  University 

O'Neill  Edward,  laborer,  res  N  s  William  bet  Bay  and  Cedar 
O'Neill  Eugene,  draughtsman,   Union  Iron  Works  (S.   F.) 

res  E  s  Cedar  bet  Short  and  Division 
O'Neill  James  J.,   painter,   res   Lincoln   bet   Willow   and 

Campbell 
O'Neill  John,  laborer,  res  W  s  Myrtle  bet  First  and  Third 
O'Neill  John,  laborer,   res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Railroad 

crossing 
O'Neill  John  H.,  laborer,  res  875  Twenty-second 
O'Neill  Kate,  domestic,  910  Myrtle 
O'Neill  Timothy,  stonecutter  Oakland  Stoneyard,  res  Second 

bet  Brush  and  Castro 
O'Neill  William,   farmer,    E  s  San   Pablo  av  nr  Railroad 

crossing 
O'Regan  Richard,  stableman  with  A.  W.  May 
O'Riley  Peter,  cook,  res  W  s  Chester  nr  Fifth 
O'Riley  Michael,  dealer  in  coal  oil,  res  728  Linden 
O'Reilley  P.,  res  733  Center 
O'Rourke  Bartholomew,  bootfitter  with  S.  Warrington,  res 

Washington  nr  Seventh 
O'Rourke  John,  laborer,  res  N  s  Evo}r  av  nr  Telegraph  av 
O'Rourke  Mary,  widow,  res  N  s  Forty-second  nr  Telegraph 

av 
O'Shea  Dennis,  laborer,  res  964  Castro 
O'Shea  Henry,  gardener  with  E.  Gill,  res  S  s  Twenty-eighth 

nr  Market 
O'Shea  J.  J.,  gasfitter  and  plumber,  tin  and  hardware,  SE 

cor  Laurel  and  San  Pablo  av,  res  1718  San  Pablo  av 
O'Sullivan  James,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  W  s  Magnolia  nr 

Second 
O'Sullivan  Timothy  J.,   laborer  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res 

Overland  House 
O'Toole  Bridget,  domestic,  957  Castro 
O'Toole  John  P.,   salesman   with  Wm.  Dick  &    Co.,    res 

Blake  House 
Oak   Grove    Tannery,   J.    S.    Derby   proprietor,    871  East 

Twelfth 
Oakes  &  Greenus  (Wm.  J.  Oakes  and  Albert  E.   Greenus) 

sign  painters,  1220  Broadway 
Oakes    Charles,    upholsterer  with   G.    W.    Oakes,    res  369 

Tenth 
Oakes  D.  B.,    carpenter  Northern  R.  R.,  res  N.  s  Seventh 

bet  Wood  and  Willow 

do  to  PIEDMONT  SPRINGS  for  a  Drive  and  elegant  Dinner  D.!J«S.T 


)rink  Napa  Soda,  a  pure,  natural  Mineral  Water.     Gordon  Agent. 


Ttl£  OAKLAND 

Bank  of  Sayings 


capital,    -    -    -    $1,000,000 


IDIEECTOES: 


E.  C.  SESSIONS,  W.  W.  CAMROX.  W.  E.  MILLER. 

WM.  POWER,  HENRY  ROGERS,  A.  W.  BOWMAN. 

W.  A.  ALDRICH,  W.  H.  GLASCOCK. 


Finance  Committee. 

E.  C.  SESSION'S,  W.  E.  MILLER,  WM.  POWER. 


E.   C.   SESSIONS President. 

CHARLES  ROBERTS Caghier. 


Term  Deposits  remaining  full  three  months  or  more,  will  be  entitled  to  dividends  of 
interest,  which  are  payable  semi-annually. 

NO  ENTRANCE  FEES  OR  CHARGES  MADE  FOR  BANK  BOOKS, 

Loans  made  and  a  general  Banking  business  transacted. 

Our  own  Exchange,  Gold  or  Currency,  on  New  YorK,  available  in  all  parts  01  tne  United  States. 
lor  sale.    We  draw  direct  on  London  and  Berlin,  available  in  all  parts  of  Europe. 

We  also  furnish  Exchange  at  current  rates  on  London,  Frankiort-on-the-Main, 

Berlin  and  Paris,  available  in  all  parts  of  Europe.     Allow  the  best  market  rates  for  Gold 
and  Currency  Drafts  on  Xew  York. 

COLLECTIONS  madceu^„t=d9 — "*■* at 


San  Francisco  Correspondents,       The  A N GL 0 - C A L I F 0 R N i A N   BANK  LIMITED, 

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LOANS  NEGOTIATED.  J      or  Park  st.,  Alameda. 


Woodward  &  Taggart-Desirable  Business  Property  for  Sale. 


348  OAKLAND    [0]    DIRECTORY. 

Oakes  G.  W.  cabinetmaker  and  upholsterer,  369  Tenth 

Oakes  "William  J.  (Oakes  &  Greenus)  res  SE  cor  Eighteenth 
and  Broadway 

OAKLAND  AND  SAN  FRANCISCO  EXPRESS,  Meader 
&  Co.  proprietors,  offices  907  Broadway  and  333  East, 
S.  F. 

OAKLAND  BANK  OF  SAVINGS  (The)  E.  C.  Sessions 
President,  W.  W.  Camron  Vice-President,  Charles  Rob- 
erts Cashier,  NE  cor  Twelfth  and  Broadway 

OAKLAND  BASKET  FACTORY,  A.  J.  Schneider  pro- 
prietor, 962  Broadway 

Oakland  Benevolent  Association,  Herman  B.  Sears,  Secre- 
tary, 464  Fourth 

OAKLAND  BILLIARD  PARLOR,  John  Fennessy,  propri- 
etor, 863  Broadway 

OAKLAND  BREWERY,  Kramm  &  Dieves,  proprietors, 
cor  Telegraph  av  and  Durant,  office  cor  Ninth  and 
Broadway 

Oakland,  Brooklyn  and  Fruit  Vale  R.  R.,  L.  Wintringer 
superintendent,  office  and  stables  E  s  Sixth  av  bet  East 
11th  and  East  12th 

OAKLAND  BROOM  FACTORY,  H.  Cordes  proprietor,  S 
s  Sixth  nr  Broadway 

OAKLAND  BUSINESS  COLLEGE,  D.  C.  Taylor  proprie- 
tor, N  s  Fourteenth  bet  Washington  and  Clay 

Oakland  Carriage  Manufactory,  M.  W.  Allen  proprietor,  SE 
cor  Tenth  and  Franklin 

OAKLAND  CITY  DIRECTORY  (Bishop's)  W.  B.  Hardy 
agent,  959  Broadway 

OAKLAND  CITY  FLOURING  MILLS,  Babcock  &  Gould 
proprietors,  413-415  Third 

Oakland  City  Wharf,  Wm.  Harwood  wharfinger,  foot  of 
Franklin  and  Webster 

Oakland  Co.  (Chinese)  cigar  manufacturers,  466  Seventh 

OAKLAND  DAILY  EVENING  TRIBUNE,  William  E. 
Dargie  manager,  911  Broadway 

OAKLAND  DAILY  TRANSCRIPT,  Chamberlain  &  Powers 
proprietors  and  publishers,  911  Broadway 

Oakland  Engine  Co.  No.  3,  S  s  Eighth  bet  Willow  and 
Campbell 

OAKLAND  FIRE  INSURANCE  AGENCY,  W.  F.  Hitch- 
cock, agent,  958  Broadway 

OAKLAND  FURNITURE  WAREROOMS,  Christian 
Schreiber  proprietor,  1105-1107  Broadway 

OAKLAND  GAS  CO.,  Van  Leer  Eastland  superintendent, 
SE  cor.Second  and  Washington 


PIFHSVIflNT    QPP  I  M  P  C  AN  EXCELLENT  SUMMER  AND  WINTER  RESORT, 


3  miles  from  Oakland.        A.  D.  WHITNEY  .Propr. 


Eureka  Refrigerator  the  best,  at  Gordon's,  469  Ninth  street. 

OAKLAND     [  0  ]    DIRECTORY.  349 

OAKLAND  HIGH  SCHOOL,  J.   B.   McChesney  principal, 

cor  Market  and  Twelfth 
OAKLAND  HOUSE  AND  ROOM  RENTING  AGENCY, 

W.  P.  Haynes  &  Co.  managers,  1106  Broadway 
OAKLAND  IRON  WORKS,  Ives  Scoville,  propietor,  511- 

513  Second 
OAKLAND  JOURNAL  (German  weekly)  Journal  Co.  pub- 
lishers and  proprietors,  866  Broadway 
Oakland  Kindergarten  (German  and  American  School)  835 

Brush 
OAKLAND   LADIES'  RELIEF  SOCIETY,  Mrs.   Isabella 

Perkins  matron,  S  s  Linden  bet  Broadway  and  Tele- 
•         graph  av 
OAKLAND  LIBRARY,  Joseph  B.  McChesney  president, 

Miss  Mary  F.  Benton  secretary,  Miss  Ina  D.  Coolbrith 

librarian,  N  s  Fourteenth  bet  Broadway  and  Clay 
OAKLAND  LUMBER  YARD,  Samuel  Merritt  proprietor, 

foot  Washington 
OAKLAND,  PACHECO  AND  MT.  DIABLO  STAGE  LINE, 

Downing  &  Forester  proprietors,  office  368  Eighth 
OAKLAND   PAVING    CO.,   C.    T.    H.    Palmer   president, 

Union  Bank  Building,  room  6,  quarry  McAdam  nr  Broad- 
way 
OAKLAND  PHARMACY,  Frank  G.  Lunt  proprietor,  NE 

cor  Willow  and  Seventh 
OAKLAND  PIONEER    STEAM    DYEING   WORKS,   G. 

Rangod  proprietor,  307  Twelfth 
OAKLAND  PLANING  MILL,  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 

proprietors,  First,  Second  and  Washington 
OAKLAND  POINT  PLANING  MILL,  Schoonover  &  Co. 

proprietors,  Oakland  Point 
OAKLAND  RAILROAD  CO.,  J.  S.  Emery  president,  Geo. 

Y.  Loring  secretary,  F.  W.  Knox  treasurer,  office  921 

Broadway,  room  2 
OAKLAND  REAL  ESTATE  AND    MERCHANTS'  EX- 
CHANGE, E.  P.  Casterline  secretary,  911  Washington 
Oakland  Shirt  Factory,  H.  Wichelhausen  manager,  479  Ninth 
Oakland  Stone  Yard,    Jerry  O'Connor  proprietor,   SE   cor 

Seventh  and  Castro 
Oakland  Straw  Works,  Henry  Ingram  proprietor,  468  Ninth 
Oakland  Township  Assessor,  W.  F.  Boardman,  office  County 

Court  House,  room  3 
Oakland  Township  Pound,   District   No.  7,  Samuel  Smith 

poundmaster,  nr  Four-mile  House,  Telegraph  road 
OAKLAND   TRIBUNE    PUBLISHING   CO.,    William   E. 

Dargie  manager,  911  Broadway 


II RFRT  ft  HIINTFR  I REAL  ESTATE  and  LNSURANCE  agents  i  224  Montgomery,  s.f. 


LOANS  NEGOTIATED.  J      or  Park  st.,  Alameda. 


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WOODWARD  &  TAGGART,  460  and  462  EIGHTH  STREET. 


350  OAKLAND     [0]    DIRECTORY. 

OAKLAND  TROTTING  PARK,  H.  A.  Bandlett  proprietor, 

W  s  San  Pablo  av  two  miles  NW  City  Hall 
OAKLAND    WAREHOUSE,  Gladding   Bros,    proprietors, 

NE  cor  First  and  Jefferson 
OASIS  WINE  ROOMS,  J.  P.  Wonderlich  proprietor,  905 

Broadway 
Obenauer  G.,  tailor  with  S.  Francis,  res  1372  Franklin 
Ober  Worth,  horse  trainer,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Adeline 
Obrock  J.  F.,  butcher  with  L.  Schaffer,  res  555  Sixth 
Ocean  View  School,  M.  M.  Gilman  principal,  E  s  San  Pablo 

av  nr  Delaware,  W.  B. 
Odd  Fellows'  Building,  SE  cor  East  12th  and  Eleventh  av 
Odd  Fellows'  Hail,  NW  cor  Franklin  and  Eleventh 
Odell  Charles  E.,   bookkeeper  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res 

1400  Twelfth 
Odell  George  E.,  carpenter,  res  962  Clay 
Odell  Isaac,  fireman  Oakland  Ferry,  res  S.  F. 
Oderkirk  John  (Carmichael  &  Oderkirk)  res  523  Eighth 
Odle  W.  S.,  carpenter,  res  960  Clay 

Oefele  Wm.,  bartender  with  Charles  Metzler,  res  473  Eighth 
Oettl  Louis,  cook  Union  Hotel 
OFFO  Dr.,  Chinese  physician,  704  Broadway 
OGDEN  D.  F.,  dentist,  1207  Broadway  and  1208  San  Pablo 

av,  res  1207  Broadway 
Ogerty  — ,  shoemaker,  res  Eagle  House 
Ogilby  Robert  E.,  civil  engineer,  res  1228  Broadway 
Ohler  Leonard,  barber  with  Classon  &  Trost,  res  Myrtle  nr 

Fifth 
Ohlsen  Jacob,  gardener,  res  N  s  Merrimac   pi  bet  Webster 

and  Telegraph  av 
Ohlson  Lawrence,  cooper,  res  W  s  Magnolia  nr   Twenty- 
eighth 
Ohme  Charles,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Myrtle 
Olander  Albert,  machinist,  res  Eureka  Hotel 
Olanie  Xavier,  patternmaker,  res  1170  Sixteenth  av 
Olcese  Frank,  fruits  and  candies,  456  Seventh,  res  cor  Sev- 
enth and  Franklin 
OLD    BLAISE    HOUSE,    Ame    &    Philibert    proprietors, 

Twelfth  opp  Lake  Merritt 
Olimo  S.,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 
Oling  O.  O.,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Pine  nr  Lincoln 
Oliver  Aaron  P.,  carpenter,  res  818  Fifteenth 
Oliver  Edith,  domestic,  462  Twelfth 
Oliver  F.  Mrs.,  res  804  Tenth 

Oliver  Frank  G.,  gardener  with  G.  S.  Dodge,   res  SW  cor 
Eighth  and  Madison 


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THUGS  MILKS  FROM 
OAKLAND. 


For  Biliousness  drink  Eastern  Cider.      Gordon,  agent,  469  Ninth. 


OAKLAND    [  0  ]    DIRECTORY.  351 

Oliver  Harold  G.,  solicitor  Victor  Sewing  Machine  Co.,  res 

612  East  15th 
Oliver  James  M.,  porter  C.  P.  R,  R,,  res  271  Sixth 
Oliver  William  P.,  res  1008  West 

Ollis  Henry,  carriage  and  wagon  manufacturer,  1008  Frank- 
lin, res  1010  Franklin 
Olmstead  James  M.,  lumber  surveyor,  res  E  s  Tenth  av  bet 

East  14th  and  East  15th 
Olmsted  George,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Olmsted  L.  H.  Mrs.,  boarding  and  lodging,  1228  Broadway 
Olmsted  Pauline  Miss,  res  1228  Broadway 
Olmsted  R.  A.,  clerk  with  Bell   &    Stump,  res   1322   Tele- 
graph av 
Olmsted  Sibyl  L.  Miss,  res  1228  Broadway 
OLNEY  &  CO.  (James  N.  and  Charles  C.  Olney)  real  estate 
agents  and  auctioneers,  857  Broadway  (and  219  San- 
some,  S.  F.) 
Olney  Charles  C.  (Olney  &  Co.)  res  1151  Alice 
Olney  F.  A.,  pressman  Daily  Tribune,  res  1001  Webster 
Olney  James  N.  (Olney  <fc  Co.)  res  1356  Franklin 
Olofson  Peter,  laborer,  res  W  s  Twenty -first  av  bet  East  24th 

and  East  25th 
Olsen  Andrew,   clerk  with  William  Stewart,    res   NW  cor 

Ninth  and  Cypress 
Olsen  Anthony,  student  University 

Olsen  John,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Lincoln  bet  Wood  and  Pine 
Olsen  John  C,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  S  s  Lin- 
coln bet  Wood  and  Pine 
Olsen  John  P.  (Olsen  &  Johnson,  S.  F.)  res  722  Linden 
Olsen  Rasmus,  carpenter,  res  1056  Third 
Olsen  Trone,   waiter  Grand  Western  Restaurant,  res  1756 

Seventh 
Olson  C,  laborer,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 
Olson  John,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Twentieth  nr  Market 
Olson  Nelson,  laborer,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 
Omen — ,  shipwright,  res  1013  Third 
Omey  William  H.,  engineer,  res  1766  Division 
ONCE-A-WEEK  (weekly)  John  F.  Uhlhorn  publisher,  461 

Ninth 
Orchard  Thomas,  postal  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  63  Valley 
Oregon  Block,  NE  cor  Broadway  and  Thirtieth 
Organ  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  William  bet  Cedar  and  Bay 
Organ  Walter  M.,  cigars  and  tobacco,  cor  Pine  and  Seventh, 

res  N  s  William  bet  Cedar  and  Bay 
Ornisby  A.  W.,   machinist  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res  655 
Washington 


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Office,  224  Montgomery. St.,  S.  F.,  or  Park  st.,  Alameda. 


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352  OAKLAND    [0]    DIRECTORY. 

Ormsby  C.  W.,  carpenter,  res  1310  Harrison 

Ormsby  E.  S.,  res  1306  Harrison 

Orr  James  E.,  carpenter,  res  cor  Thirteenth  av  and  East  25th 

Orr  John  C,  painter  with  C.  B.   Rutherford,  res  Eleventh 
bet  Webster  and  Harrison 

Orr  Samuel,  carpenter,  res  Eland  House 

ORR  WILLIAM  H.„  saloon,   NW  cor  San  Pablo  and  Un- 
ion avs 

Orrick  Oliver  S.,  with  Averill  Paint  Co.    (S.  F.)  res  1107 
Adeline 

Ortman  C.  L.,  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Broadway  nr  Twenty-first 

Osborn  O.  C,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  956  Webster 

Osborn  William,  turner  W.  D.  Co.,  res  1020  Wood 

Osborn  William  E.,  student  University 

Osbourne  Samuel,  shorthand  reporter,  res  NE  cor  Eleventh 
av  and  East  18th 

Oschkinat  A.  (Gehlich  &  Oschkinat)  res  Fifteenth  bet  Kirk- 
ham  and  Center 

Osgood  Charles  G.  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Grove  nr  Brown 

Oshner  Bertha  (widow)   res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Thirty- 
ninth 

Ossosky  Morris,  butcher,  363  Eighth 

Ostello  J.  H.,  upholsterer,  367  Seventh 

Osterhout  Schuyler,  clerk  Northern  R.  R..,  res  Grand  West- 
ern Hotel 

Otis  Charles  W.,  principal  Durant  School,  res  S  s  Plymouth 
av  nr  Telegraph  av 

Otis  Henry,  painter,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 

Ott  A.  Mrs.,  res  621  Third 

Ott  Charles,   tinsmith  with  M.  De  La  Montanya,   res  621 
Third 

Ott  Henry,  sash  and  blind  maker  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res 
621  Clay 

Ott  John,  bricklayer,  res  N  s  Magnolia  nr  Thirty-fourth 

Otten  C,  merchant,  res  N  s  Twelfth  nr  Campbell 

Ottero  Daniel,  bootblack  with  Joseph  Martel,  res  E  s  Mar- 
ket nr  Fourth 

Otto  &  Zingsem  (Henry  Otto  and  P.  J.  Zingsem)  saloon, 
NW  cor  Fifth  and  Broadway 

Otto  Gus.  A.,   printer  Pacific  Press,  res  N  s  Seventh  bet 
Washington  and  Clay 

Otto  Henry  (Otto  &  Zingsem)  res  Eureka  Hotel 

Otto  Max,  butcher,  res  707  Sycamore 

Ough  John,  carpenter  with  Power  &  Ough,  res  1171  Six- 
teenth av 

Ough  Joseph,  res  421  East  12th 


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OAKLAND     [  P  ]    DIRECTORY.  353 

Ougli  Richard   (Power  &  Ough)  res  SE  cor  East  17th  and 

Fourth  av 
Ouroux  Edward,  laborer,  res  361  First 
Outram  D.  J.,    boots  and  shoes,   1163  Broadway,    res  859 

Harrison  . 
Overland   House,    James    R.    Smith   proprietor,    NW    cor 

Broadway  and  First 
OVERLAND  OYSTER    HOUSE,   R.    Calhoun  proprietor, 

NW  cor  First  and  Webster 
Overshiner  Mary  Miss,  compositor  Signs  of  the  Times,  res 

608  Fourth 
Owen  Charles  W.,  stairbuilder,  res  S  s  Third  bet  Alice  and 

Jackson 
Owen  F.  A.,  piano  tuner,  res  4  Sixteenth 
Owen  N.  J.,  clerk  (S.  F.)  res  W  s  Center  opp  Tenth 
Owen  W.  A.,  carpenter,  res  Eagle  House 
Owen  William  W.,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  East  11th  bet 

Tenth  and  Eleventh  avs 
Owen  W.  J.  (Grayson,   Harrell  &  Co.)   res  Grand  Central 

Hotel 
Owens  C.  W.,  with  Oakland  Planing  Mill 
Owens  John,  patternmaker  W.  D.  Co.,  res  859  Castro 
Owens  Julia  Mrs.,  res  714  Broadway 
Owens  Kate,  domestic  with  A.  K.  P.  Harmon 
Owens  Maggie,  domestic,  res  573  Eleventh 
Owens  Mary,  domestic,  716  Fifth 
Owens  R.,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Owens  Stephen,   carpenter  W.  D.  Co., res  NE  cor  Twelfth 

and  Willow 
Owens  — ,  farmer,  res  E  s  Peralta,  nr  West  5th 
Oxford  S.  C.  Mrs.,  ladies'  nurse,  res  306  Seventh 


Pacheco  Romualdo,  Member  Congress,  res  964  Myrtle 
Pacific  Candy  Manufactory,  Henry  Kirchheiner  proprietor, 

1007  Broadway 
Pacific  Diamond  Gaslight  Co.,  1068  Broadway 
Pacific  Jute  Manufacturing  Co.,  Leopold  Cahn  President, 

Philip  Susmann  secretary,  cor  Second  av  and  East  10th 
Pacific  Mutual  Life  Insurance  Co.  of  Sacramento,    Homer 

A.  Craig  agent,  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Ninth 
PACIFIC  POTTERY  (Sacramento,  Cal.)  W.  H.  Parkinson 

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354  OAKLAND    [  P  J    DIRECTORY. 

PACIFIC  PRESS,  James  White  president,  James  E.  White 

secretary,  1059  Castro 
Pacific  Stone  Co.,   F.    Chappellet  president,    yard  SE  cor 

Second  and  Franklin 
Packard  Charles  (W.  C.  Mason  &  Co.)  res  Fifth  av  bet  East 

15th  and  East  16th 
Packard  E.  H.,  machinehand  Brooklyn  Planing  Mill,  res 

1113  Sixteenth  av 
Packard  Warren,  res  522  East  14th 
Paddack  George  Mrs.,  res  667  Sixth 
Paddock  Herbert  L.,  res  NE  cor  Fifth  av  and  East  16th 
Page  Alfred,  cook  with  Campbell  &  Spiars,  res  1054  Broad- 
way 
PAGE  'FRANCIS  S.,  exchange  and  money  broker,  1007  and 

917  Broadway,  res  122  Eleventh 
Page   Frederick,  painter,   res  SW  cor  Twenty-fourth  and 

Broadway 
Page  Harry,  painter,  res  NE  cor  East  14th  and  Thirteenth  av 
Page  James,  laborer,  res  N  s  Dalton  av  nr  Stock  Yards 
Page  J.  H.,  res  NE  cor  Brush  and  Eighth 
Page  Jonathan,   foreman  blacksmith  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  942 

WTood 
Page  —  Mrs.,  res  1197  Sixteenth  av 
Paget  Felicien,  teacher  Classical  and  English  School,  res 

863  Alice 
Paget  Howard,  clerk  with  L.  Gottshall  &  Co.,  res  cor  Shat- 

tuck  and  Addison,  B. 
Pagge    Antonio,  waiter   Barnum's    Restaurant,  res    SE    cor 

Broadway  and  Seventh 
Pagge  Brothers  (P.   and   Leonard   Pagge)   proprietors  Bar- 
num's Restaurant,  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Seventh 
Pagge   Leonard    (Pagge  Bros.)  res  SE  cor  Broadway  and 

Seventh 
Pagge  P.  (Pagge  Bros.)  res  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Seventh 
Pagnum  John,  teamster,  res  679  Twenty-sixth 
Pagnum  Patrick,  laborer,  res  SW  cor  Thirty-third  and  Grove 
Pahnke  J,  Mrs.,  seamstress,  res  NE  cor  Market  and  Third 
Paille'  Marcellin,  French  laundry,  res  323  Twelfth 
Paine   Joseph,  engineer   C.  P.  R.  R.,   res   N  s  Pacific  bet 

Willow  and  Campbell 
Painter  Albert,  student  University,  res  Berkeley  Hotel 
Palace  Club  House  (Pioneer  Club)  N  s  University  av  bet 

Ellsworth  and  Chapel,  B. 
Palazo  Carlo,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 
Palen  Asa,  salesman  with  Mellis  Bros.,  res  Grove  bet  Ninth 

and  Tenth 


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OAKLAND     [  P  ]    DIRECTORY.  355 

Palinbauni    Solomon,   glazier  with  Whittier,   Fuller  &  Co. 

res  379  Fifth 
Pallies  Alexander,  commission  merchant  (S.  F.)  res  NE  cor 

Telegraph  av  and  Merrimac  pi 
Palm  Charles  W.,  clerk  with  Eoger  S.  Day,  res  259  Fourth 
Palm  Cyrus,  res  259  Fourth 
Palmer  Abigail  Mrs.,  res  960  Eighth 
Palmer  A.  W.,  harnessmaker   with   F.  A.  Marston,  res  253 

Eighth 
Palmer  C.  C,  commission  merchant,  res  E  s  Madison  bet 

Ninth  and  Tenth 
Palmer  Charles  E.,  County  Treasurer  and  ex-officio  County 

Tax  Collector,  office  Court  House,  room  2,  res  San  Le- 

andro 
PALMER  C.  T.  H.,  president   Oakland  Paving  Co.,  Union 

Bank  building,  room  6,  res  Berkeley 
Palmer  E.  H.,  contractor  and  builder,  res  958  Webster 
Palmer  Frank  L.,  sec  San  Joaquin  and  Kings  River  Canal 

and  Irrigation  Co  (S.  F.)  res  592  Sycamore 
Palmer  George  M.,  res  Shell  Mound  Park 
Palmer  Henry,  carpenter,  res  Webster  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth 
PALMER  HENRY  A.,  cashier  Union  National  Gold  Bank, 

res  Knox  House 
Palmer  James  W.,  lumber  surveyor,  res  S  s  Eighth  nr  Wil- 
low 
Palmer  J.  J.,  hardware  (S.  F.)  res  Knox  House 
Palmer  Rollin  H.,  engineer,  res  N  s  Eighth  nr  Campbell 
Palmer  Warren,  carpenter   W.  D.  Co.,  res   N  s   Chase   bet 

Wood  and  Willow 
Pantoskey  Hermann,  furniture   and  glassware,  461  Fourth, 

res  711  Broadway 
Pantoskey  Jacob,  res  461  Fourth 
Paoletti  Charles,  saloon   and   restaurant,    University  av  nr 

Hxunboldt  av,  B. 
Papworth  Alonzo,  watchman  Oakland  Bank  of  Savings 
Para  Jose',  laborer  with  Freeman  &  Jaffe 
Parant  J.  G.,  laborer,  res  855  Franklin 
PARDEE    E.    H.,  Mayor  of  Oakland  and  physician,  (S.  F.) 

res  672  Eleventh 
Pardee  George  C,  student  University,  res  672  Eleventh 
Pardon  Albert,  teamster  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Tele- 
graph road  and  Clifton,  Temescal 
Parent  Joseph,  laborer,  res  560  Franklin 
Paris  Charles,  res  477  Bay  pi 
Parish  Charles   L.,  builder,  res   NE   cor  Twenty-first   and 

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356  OAKLAND     [P]    DIRECTORY. 

Park  CO.,  painter,  res  Capital  Hotel 

PARK  HOUSE,  Henry  Pine  proprietor,  NW  cor  University 

av  and  Third,  W.  B. 
Park    Thomas  E.,   plasterer,   res   cor   Peralta  and  Thirty- 
sixth 
Parker  Aaron,  carpenter  and  boxmaker,  shop  Standard  Soap 

Co's  Factory,  W.  B. 
Parker  Annie,  domestic  with  William  DeFremery 
Parker  Anthony,  sexton  Church  of  the  Immaculate  Concep- 
tion, res  860  Seventh 
Parker  Charles  A.,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  Fifth  and  Lewis 
Parker  Edward  A.,  instructor  Physics  and  Mechanics,  Uni- 
versity, res  Winsor  House 
Parker  Edward  W.  (Haddock  &  Parker)  res  706  Thirteenth 
Parker  E.  P.,  clerk  with  W.  C.  Parker,  res  Blake  House 
Parker  F.  A.  Mrs.,  teacher   Lincoln  Grammar  School,  res 

cor  Thirteenth  and  Franklin 
Parker  Francis  L.,  carpenter  with  Wall  &  Black,  res  NE  cor 

Fifth  and  Lewis 
Parker  G.  A.,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Parker  George,  painter,  res  Seventh  nr  Madison 
Parker  George  J.,  painter  with  C.  B.  Rutherford,  res  Jack- 
son bet  Seventh  and  Eighth 
Parker  H.  V.,  carpenter,  res  577  Sixteenth 
Parker  Jennie,  domestic  with  Wm.  DeFremery 
Parker  John,  laborer,  res  Seventh  bet  Broadway  and  Frank- 
lin 
Parker  Joseph,  res  S  s  Seventeenth  nr  Cypress 
Parker  Leonidas,  farmer,  res  cor  Thirteenth  av  East  33d, 

Lynn 
Parker  L.  D.,  capitalist,  res  Winsor  House 
Parker  Mary,  domestic,  963  Clay 
Parker  Miles,  shipwright,  res  First  nr  Castro 
Parker  O.  W.,  teacher  music  and  piano  tuner,  1163  Broad- 
way, res  NW  cor  Franklin  and  Broadway 
Parker  Thomas,  res  N  s  Vernon  av  nr  College  av,  Temes- 

cal 
PARKER    WILLIAM  C,   newsdealer,    books,    stationery, 
and  manufacturer  picture  frames,  843  Broadway,  res  W 
s  Madison  nr  Lake 
Parkin  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  SW  cor  William  and  Pine 
Parkinson  Jacob  C,  with  W.  H.Parkinson,  res  1160  Broad- 
way 
Parkinson  Thomas  D.,  civil  engineer,  res  718  Twelfth 
Parkinson  William  F.,  bookkeeper  with  W.  H.  Parkinson, 
res  627kTenth 


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J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Napa  Soda  Springs,  469  Ninth  street. 


OAKLAND    [P]    DIRECTORY.  357 

PARKINSON  W.  H.  agent    Pacific  Pottery  and  dealer  in 

fire-brick,  plaster   decorations,    sewer-pipe    and    flower 

pots,  1160  Broadway,  res  627  Tenth 
Parks  J.  Lewis  Rev.,  rector  St.   Paul's  Episcopal   Church, 

res  1513  Telegraph  av 
PARMELAND  F.,  restaurant,  839  Broadway 
Parratt  Frederick  (Parratt,    Arrowsmith    &  Co.,  S.  F.)   res 

527  Frederick 
Parrish  Ransom,  res  171  Third 
Parrish  William  H.,   machinist  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res 

171  Third 
Parrott  John  W.,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co.,  res  N  s  Nineteenth 

nr  Market 
Parry  Chas.,  engineer  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res  612  Second 
Parry  George,  clerk  U.  S.  Mint  (S.  F.)  res  832  Market 
Parry  James,  shipwright,  res  722  Myrtle 
Parshley  William,   bartender  with   John  Terney,  res  1015 

Washington 
Parsons  Allen   S.,  scroll  sawyer  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res 

555  Broadway 
Parsons  Edward,  groceries  and  liquors,  NE  cor  Second  and 

Franklin 
Parsons  George  W.,  farmer,  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Temescal 

creek 
Parsons  Nathaniel  F.,   carpenter,  res  NW  cor  Thirty-ninth 

and  Grove 
Parsons  Samuel,  res  N  s  East  16th  bet  Seventh  and  Eighth 

avs 
Parson  Samuel  S.,  restaurant  C.  P.  R.  R.  wharf 
Parsons  S.  H.  Mrs.,  res  924  Filbert 
PARTENSCKY  CHARLES,  proprietor  Berkeley  Laundry, 

N  s  Twelfth  nr  Kirkham,  office  457  Seventh 
Partick  Kate  Mrs.,   millinery  and  fancy  goods,  835  Market 
Partridge  A.  P.,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Ninth  bet  Center 

and  Cypress 
Partridge  Edward  B.,  bookkeeper  with  W.  W.  Dodge  &  Co. 

(S.  F.)  res  810  Filbert 
Partridge  P.  M.,  painter,  res  S  s  Eleventh  bet  Castro  and 

Brush 
Partridge  William  H.,   fireman  C.    P.  R.   R.,  res  NE  cor 

Taylor  and  Pine 
Patenaude  Hippolyte,  teamster  with  Remillard  &  Bros.,  res 

cor  Second  and  Clay 
Patrick  E.  F.,  res  533  Frederick 
Patrick  E.  G.  Mrs.,  saleswoman  with  Wm.  Dick  &  Co.,  res 

SW  cor  Nineteenth  and  Telegraph  av 


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358  OAKLAND    [  P  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Patrick  Tillie  J.  Miss,   cashier  with  Wm.   Dick  &  Co.,  res 

SW  cor  Nineteenth  and  Telegraph  av 
Patrick  William,  res  533  Frederick 

Patrick  William,  stock  owner,  res  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
Patronak  Frederick  F.,  meat  market,  1323  San  Pablo  av 
Patten  John,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  N  s  William  bet  Pine 

and  Cedar 
Patten  R.  F.,  res  SE  cor  Seventh  av  and  East  11th 
Patten  S.  C,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  Fifth  and  Henry 
Patten  William,  res  SE  cor  Seventh  av  and  East  11th 
Patterson  Charles,  laborer  with  T.   W.   Corder 
Patterson  George,  res  685  S}Tcamore 
Patterson  John  A.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.   R.,  res  S  s  William 

bet  Cedar  and  Bay 
Patterson  John  W.,  bookkeeper  Grove-st  Planing  Mill,  res 

965  Jefferson 
Patterson  Matilda,  domestic,  Bay  nr  Broadway 
Patterson  Prescilla  Mrs.,  domestic  Chi  Phi  House 
Patterson  Robert,  teamster,  res  Union  Hotel 
Patterson  William  F.,  paper  hanger  with  J.   H.  Garrigan, 

res  360  Seventh 
Patterson  — ,  res  W  s  Brush  nr  Sixth 
Pattiani  A.  W.,  clerk  with  Woodward  &  Taggart,  res  Eighth 

bet  Market  and  Myrtle 
Patton  Belle  E.  Miss,  res  cor  Sixth  and  Alice 
Patton  Frank,  tinsmith,  res  SE  cor  Goss  and  Wood 
Patton  Frederick  E.,  secretary  Trust  Fund  Insurance  Co., 

res  1518  Broadway 
Patton  J.  R.,  machinist,  res  SE  cor  Alice  and  Sixth 
Patton  W.  H.,  civil  engineer,  res  1291  Alice 
Paufoe  &  Larson  (C.  Paufoe   and  L.   Larson)  saloon,  802 

Broadway 
Paufoe  C.  (Paufoe  <fc  Larson)  res  S  s  Third  nr  Washington 
Paul  C,  tinsmith,  E  s  Telegraph  av  bet  Twenty-second  and 

Twenty-third 
Paul  Henry,  deckhand  Oakland  Ferry,   res  S  s  Harlan  nr 

Peralta 
PAUL  JOHN  A.,  proprietor  American  Bakery,  815  Broad- 
way, res  1059  Franklin 
Paul  John  H.  (Hickey  &  Paul)  res  1059  Franklin 
Paul  Joseph  J.,  assayer  U.  S.  Mint  (S.  F.)  res  1065  Twelfth 
Paul  Joseph  J.  Mrs.,  private  school,   SW  cor  Twelfth  and 

Jackson 
Paul  Logan,  foreman  W.  D.  Co.,  res  1524  Fifth 
Paul  P.  L.,  driver  with  John  A.  Paul,  res  1059  Franklin 
Paul  William,  with  Cal.  Wratch  Co.,  res  Park  House,  W.  B. 


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OAKLAND    [  P  ]    DIRECTORY.  359 

Paulson  &  Co.  (L.  L.  Paulson)   agents  Singer  Sewing  Ma- 
chine Co.,  1218  San  Pablo  av 
Paulson  L.  L.  (Paulson  &  Co.)  res  1218  San  Pablo  av 
Paulson  W.  S.,  school  teacher  (S.  F.)  res  E  s  Eleventh  av 

bet  East  14th  and  East  15th 
Payne  E.  B.  Eev.,  pastor  First  Congregational  Church,  B., 

res  N  s  Dwight  way  nr  Humboldt  av,  B. 
Payne  Frank  Howard,  physician  and   surgeon,  E  s  Choate 

opp  Post  Office,  B. 
Payne  J.  H.  Eev.,  res  N  s  Dwight  way  nr  Telegraph  av,  B. 
Payne  John,  sexton  First  Methodist  Church,  res  W  s  Myrtle 

nr  Twenty-fourth 
Peabody  W.  B.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Delaware  nr  Tenth,  W.B. 
Peacemaker  George,  laborer,  res  S  s  Chase  nr  Pine 
Peacock  Robert,  sawyer  Brooklyn  Planing  Mill,  res  SW  cor 

Second  and  Madison 
Peal  Allen,  janitor  Lafayette  School,  res  963  Webster 
Pearce  Richard  Mrs.,  res  969  Jefferson 
Pearce  Webb  N..  clerk  Oakland  Post  Office 
Pearson  John  W.,  stocks  (S.  F.)  res  14  Pearson's  Row 
Pearson  Thomas,  gilder  Cal.  Watch  Co.,  res  N  s  Bristol  nr 

Fifth,  W.  B. 
Pease  Arthur  C,  carpenter  Oakland  Point  Planing  Mill,  res 

S  s  Temescal  nr  Telegraph  av 
Pease  John  H.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Temescal  nr  Telegraph  av 
Pease  L.  W.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Grove  nr  Twentieth 
Pebble  W.,  teamster  with  J.  P.  Laphan,  res  W  s  San  Pablo 

av  nr  Alcatraz  av 
Pebbles  Frank  M.   (Pebbles  &  Baldwin,   S     F.)  res  1015 

Peralta 
Peck  &  Hall  (Chauncy  A.  Peck  and  Sether  J.  Hall)  groce- 
ries and  gen  mchdse,  E  s  Chapel  nr  Bancroft  way,  B. 
Peck  Anna,  domestic,  916  Myrtle 
Peck  Chauncy  A.,  agent  Firemans  Fund  Insurance  Co.  (and 

Peck  &  Hall)  res  E  s  Chapel  nr  Bancroft  way,  B. 
Peck  James  R.,  drayman,  res  SE  cor  Fifth  av  and  East  16th 
Peck  W.  F.,  bricklayer,  res  756  Sixth 
Peck  William  W.,  laborer  Pacific  Iron  Works  (S.  F.)  res  N 

s  Chase  nr  Cedar 
Pecker  J.  C,  bootmaker  with  Charles  A.  Broad 
Peckham  A.  E.  (Whittier  &  Peckham)  res  516  Seventh 
Peckham  CO.,  laborer,  res  516  Seventh 
Peckinpah  A.  R.,  teamster,  res  N  s  East  11th  bet  Seventh 

and  Eighth  avs 
Peckman   O.  C,  laborer   Oakland   Lumber   Yard,  res  N  s 

Seventh  bet  Clay  and  Washington 


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OAKLAND    [  P  ]    DIRECTORY, 


Pederson  Nils  J.,  res  S  s  Third  bet  Castro  and  Brush 
Pedrini  C,  groceries  and  liquors,  SE  cor  Telegraph  av  and 

Birch,  Temescal 
Pedrini  Mary  Mrs.,  fancy  goods,  SE   cor  Telegraph  av  and 

Birch,  Temescal 
Peladeau  Guilleaume,  farmer,  res  Folsom  nr  Shell  Mound 

Park 
Pelham  M.  E.  Mrs.,  teacher  Lafayette  School,  res  W  s  Ninth 

av  bet  East  17th  and  East  18th 
Pelkey  Joseph  H.,  brakeman  C.  P.  K.  Pi.,  res  N  s  Twelfth 

nr  Center 
Pellant  Catherine,  domestic,  1224  Eighth 
Peller  Herman,  plumber  with   J.  C.  A.   Macdonald,  res  cor 

Twenty-second  and  Market 
Peller  John,  corpenter  with  Wall  <fc  Black,  res  cor  Twenty- 
second  and  Market 
Pelouze  William  S.,  real  estate,  res  S  s  Seventh  bet  Wood 

and  Pine 
Pendergast  Annie,  with  Cal.  Watch  Co. 
Pendergast  John,  laborer,  res  foot  of  Division 
Pennell  — ,  master  mariner,  res  260  Eighth 
Penney  A.,  salesman  with  A.  Lippmann,  res  Washington  nr 

Sixth 
Penniman  John,  res  215  Twelfth 

Pennypacker  Joseph  J.,  pressman  Transcript,  res  910  Clay 
Penning  H.,  laborer  W.  D.  Co. 
Penoyer  John  W.,  superintendent  with  Wilson,  Merry  &  Co. 

(S.  F.)  res  362  Tenth 
Pensam  John  J.,  bricklayer,  res  E  s  Fifth  av  bet  East  16th 

and  East  17th 
PENWELL  SAMUEL  A.,  president  Berkeley  Land  and 

Town  Improvement  Association,  res  SW  cor  Bristol  and 

Sixth,  W.  B. 
Peralta  Fernando,  res  Fruit  Vale  av 
Peralta  School,  William  C.  Dodge  principal,  S  s  Alcatraz  av 

nr  Telegraph  av,  B. 
Percival  George,  gardener,  NW  cor  Tenth  and  Clay 
Percy  Samuel,  res  W  s  Andover  nr  Plymouth  av 
Perdue  T.,  boot  and  shoemaker,  S  s  Seventh  bet  Wood  and 

Willow 
Pereau  E.  A.  Mrs.,  res  1212  Seventh 
Pereau  H.  J.,  brakeman  C.  P.  K.  P., 
Pereau  Joseph  L.,  brakeman  C.  P.  P.  P. 
Pereira  Antone  T.,  laborer,  res  N  s  Second  bet  Brush  and 

Castro 
Peres  Louis,  live  stock,  res  932  Fourteenth 


PIEDMONT  SPRINGS 


A.  D.  WHITNEY.  Proprietor. 

FIRST  CLASS  ACCOMMODATIONS  AT  ALL  HOURS. 


D r i nk  Napa  Soda  and  enjoy  life  and  health.     Agency,  469  Ninth, 


OAKLAND    [P]    DIRECTORY.  361 

Pereta  Paul,  laborer,  res  654  Filbert 

Perham  John  F.,  farmer,  res  E  s   Twelfth  av  bet  East  16th 

and  East  17th 
Perine  G.  M.,  res  N  s  East  14th  nr  Thirtieth  av 
Perine  Nicholas  P.,  roofer   (S.  F.)   res   N  s   East   14th   nr 

Twenty-eighth  av 
Perine   William  D.,    manufacturer  cement  walks,    res   W  s 

Myrtle  nr  Fifth 
Perisaw  Adlord,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Perkins  Albert  L.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  1019  Brush 
Perkins  Eugene  S.,  agent  Davis  Sewing  Machine  (S.  F.)  res 

N  s  Eighth  bet  Wood  and  Willow 
Perkins  F.  J.,  student  University 

Perkins  Isabella  Mrs.,  matron  Oakland  Ladies  Relief  Society 
Perkins  J.  A.,   statistician  Custom  House  (S.   F.)  res  811 

Brush 
Perkins  James  H.,  painter,  res  cor  Seventh  and  Jefferson 
Perkius  J.  J.,  real  estate  agent,  res  Fruit  Yale  House 
Perkins  John,  hostler  Plaza  Livery  Stable,  res  Temescal 
Perkins  M.  C.  (Atkinson  &  Perkins)  res  Tremont  House 
Permien  F.  W.,  master  mariner,  res  947  Linden 
Perrin  Samuel,  watchman  C.  P.  R.  R,  res  Center  bet  Fourth 

and  Fifth 
Perrin  — ,  upholsterer,  res  461  Ninth 
Perrin  Morris,  laundryman  Costa  Laundry 
Perrino  John,   farmer,  N  s  University  av  nr  San  Pablo  av, 

W.  B. 
Perry  Alvin  B.,  salesman  with  Whittier,  Fuller  &   Co.,  res 

306  Tenth 
Perry  C.  C,  res  N  s  Brown  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Perry  Charles,  engineer  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res  251  Second 
Perry  David,  capitalist,  res  St.  James  House 
Perry  H.  C,  student  University,  res  N  s  University  av  nr 

University  Grounds,  B. 
Perry  James  A.,  contractor  and  builder,  res  S  s  Twelfth  bet 

Franklin  and  Webster 
Perry  John,  res  1772  Seventh 
Perry  John  F.,  with  Custom  House  (S.  F.)  res  N  s  Lincoln 

nr  Wood 
Perry  John  H.,  painter,  res  369  Eighth 
Perry  Joseph,  laborer  0.  P.  R.  B. 

Perry  Joseph  F.,  barber  with  G.  Briones,  res  612£  East  12th 
Perry  J.  W.  S.  (T.  J.  McDaniels  &  Co.)  res  West  Oakland 

House 
Perry  L.  Mrs.,  widow,  res  1712  Eighth 
Perry  S.  A.Mrs.,  millinery  and  dressmaking,  1101  Broadway 


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362  OAKLAND    [  P  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Perry  Samuel  A.,  res  856  Harrison 

Perry  Steward,  clerk,  res  372  Second 

Perry  William,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  515  Eighth 

Perry  William  F.,  res  1605  Telegraph  av 

Perry  William  J.,  painter,  res  1426  San  Pablo  av 

Persing  Georgia  Miss,  teacher  Irving  Grammar  School,  res 

S  s  Seventeenth  nr  Broadway 
Petar  Charles  (Ghirardelli  &  Petar)  res  1013  Webster 
Peter  Joseph,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  P.,  res  East  14th  nr  Twen- 
tieth av 
Peter  Manuel,   laborer,   res  East  12th  bet  Nineteenth  and 

Twentieth  avs 
Peterman  Theodore,   carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res 

Louisiana  House 
Peters  Elizabeth  Mrs.,  res  806  Grove 
Peters  J.  D.,  bartender,  res  260  Fifth 
Peters  Joseph,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  Pi. 
Peters  Peter,  with  Sol.  Wangenheim  &  Co.  (S.  F.)  res  N  s 

Eighteenth  nr  Center 
Peters  W.  B.  Mrs.,  res  NE  cor  Fourth  and  Madison 
Peters  William,  master  mariner,  res  969  Grove 
Petersen  &  Co.  (F.  Petersen  and  A.  Rasmussen)  proprietors 

Cosmopolitan  Restaurant,  861  Broadway 
Petersen  Antone,  waiter  with  Petersen  &  Rasmussen,   res 

Jackson  bet  Fifth  and  Sixth 
Petersen  Fred.  (Petersen  &  Co.)  res  851  Franklin 
Petersen  Gustave,  night  cook  with  Petersen  &  Rasmussen, 

res  851  Franklin 
Petersen  H.,  laundryman  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Peterson  Alexander,  farmer,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Alca- 

traz  av 
Peterson  Amelia  Mrs.,  res  809  Jackson 
Peterson  Anna,  domestic,  923  Linden 
Peterson  August  (Nelson  &  Peterson)  res  S  s  University  av 

nr  San  Pablo  av,  W.  B. 
Peterson  Christian,  hostler  with  Henry  C.  Porch 
Peterson  Henry  F.,  collector  and  assistant  librarian  Oakland 

Library,  res  N  s  Fifteenth  nr  Jefferson 
Peterson    Henry    S.,   laborer,    res   W  s   Channing   way   nr 

Audubon,  B. 
Peterson  I.  M.,   piledriver  C.   P.   R.   R.,   res  Railroad  Ex- 
change Hotel 
Peterson   John,    laborer  W.   D.    Co.,    res  N  s   Atlantic  nr 

Willow 
Peterson  John,  machinist  with  Cal.  Watch  Co. 
Peterson  John,  tinner,  res  cor  Thirtv-second  and  Union 


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OAKLAND    [P]    DIRECTORY.  363 

Peterson  John,  whitener,  res  cor  Union  and  Twenty-fourth 
Peterson  John  H.,  clerk  with  Schultz  &  Kock,  res  NW  cor 

Telegraph  av  and  Forty-fifth 
Peterson  Lewis,  groceries,  store  and  res  1013  Third 
Peterson  Martin,  bakery,  880  East  14th 
Peterson  Martin  C,  res  NW  cor  Seventeenth  and  Cypress 
Peterson  Mary,  domestic,  1625  Telegraph  av 
Peterson  Kobert,  window  washer  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Peterson  Eudolph,  clerk  (S.  F.)  res  1503  Eighth 
Peterson  William,  turner  Grove-st  Planing  Mill 
Pett  David,  nightwatchman  W.  D.  Co.,  res  S  s   Cleveland 

av  nr  Telegraph  av 
PETTIGREW  JAMES  A.  J.,  manager  with  B.  C.  Northup, 

res  1553  Atlantic 
Pettigrew  W.  J.  jr.,  clerk  (S.  F.)  res  Ss  Thirteenth  nr  Castro 
Pettigrove  Joshua,  carpenter,  res  692  Twenty-sixth 
Pettit  H.  N.  Mrs.,  widow,  res  671  Tenth 
Pettit  Joseph  G.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Wood  bet  Taylor  and 

Seward 
Pettye  J.  Y.  Mrs.,  widow,  res  475  Ninth 
Pew  J.  W.,  mining  secretary  (S.  F.)  res  918  Filbert 
Pferdner  Emil,  teacher  music,  res  N  s  Third  nr  Washington 
Pfester  Julian,  groceries  and  liquors,  store  and  res  cor  Ade- 
line and  San  Pablo  av 
Pfenninger  Herman,  clerk  Swiss-American  Bank  (S.  F.)  res 

718  Chester 
Pfister  John  B.   Mrs.,   confectionery  and  ice  cream,  1065 

Broadway 
Pheby  Thomas  B.,  res  1275  Alice 

Phelan  William  S.,  money  broker  (S.  F.)  res  1069  Castro 
Phelps  A.  J.  J.,  clerk  with  Win.  Bolton,  res  S.  F. 
Phelps  Alonzo,  professor,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Phelps  C.  B.,  res  Pagoda  Hill,  Temescal 
Phelps  Emily  Miss,  seamstress,  626  Thirteenth 
Phelps  Emma  E.  Mrs.,  res  Ws  Channing  way  nr  Audubon,  B. 
Phelps  George  H.,  clerk,  res  215  Ninth 
Phelps  William  H.,  student  University,  res  Zeta  Psi  Hall 
Phenneger  K.  M.,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co.,  res  758  Fifth 
PHILADELPHIA    CHEMICAL    STEAM  DYEING  AND 
CLEANSING  WORKS,  Edward   Francoz   proprietor, 
SW  cor  Fourth  and  Clay,  office  912  Broadway 
PHILADELPHIA  RESTAURANT,  Schaefer  &  Welti  pro- 
prietors, 1022  Broadway 
Philbrick  C.  J.  Mrs.,  ladies'  nurse,  res  454  Twelfth 
Philbrick   Thomas    C.,    carpenter,    res  W   s   Webster   bet 
Fourth  and  Fifth 


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364  OAKLAND    [P]    DIRECTORY. 


Philibert  Eniile  (Ame  &  Philibert)  res  Old  Blaise  House 
Phillbrick  B.  P.,  clerk  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res  NW  cor 

Fourteenth  and  Peralta 
Phillips  Alexander,  presser  Oakland  Straw  Works,  res  815 

Washington 
Phillips  Ann,  domestic,  807  Market 

Phillips  B.  R.,  carpenter,  res  NW  cor  Jefferson  and  Second 
Phillips  D.  T.,  atty-at-law,  res  N  s  East  16th  bet  Sixth  and 

Seventh  avs 
Phillips  Henry  W.  (Stokes  &  Phillips)  res  1104  Broadway 
Phillips  James,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res  Willow 

nr  Lincoln 
Phillips  James,   salesman,  res  N  s  Seventh  bet  Cedar  and 

Pine 
Phillips  James  M.,  instructor  Hebrew  and  Ancient  History 

University 
Phillips  James  W .   (Grayson,   Harrell  &  Co.)  res  cor  East 

10th  and  Sixth  av 
Phillips  Jane  Mrs.,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Phillips  Rebecca,  domestic,  W  s  Ninth  av  nr  East  24th 
Phillips  Thaddeus,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Phillips  W.  M.,  shoemaker  D.  and  D.  andB.  Asylum 
Phillips  — ,  res  1378  Eighth 
Phipps  Francis  M.,  clerk  with  Albert  B.  Phipps  (S.  F.)  res 

1111  Jefferson 
Phipps  Joseph,  res  1111  Jefferson 

Phipps  V.  E.  Mrs.,  res  E  s  Grove  bet  Fifteenth   and  Six- 
teenth 
Phinny  Joseph  M.,  carpenter,  res  327  Eleventh 
Phoenix  Insurance  Co.  of  Hartford,  Roger  S.   Day  agent, 

422  Twelfth 
Picer  John,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Locust  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Pichler  Chris.,  wines  and  liquors,  477  Ninth,  res  470  Eighth 
Pickersgill  — ,  clerk  with  Lawrie  &  Whitney 
PIEDMONT  SPRINGS  AND  HOTEL,  Alonzo  D.  Whitney 

proprietor,  3  miles  NE  of  Oakland 
Pieneng  Henry  G.,   carpenter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  cor  Pine  and 

Seventh 
Pierce  Alfred  D.,   artesian  well  borer,  res  N  s  Eighth  nr 

Campbell 
Pierce  Charles  B.,  with  George  W.   Swan  &  Co.  (S.  F.)  res 

1007  Campbell 
Pierce  E.  W.,    operator  W.   U.   Tel.    Co.,  cor  Ninth    and 

Broadway 
Pierce  Harry  H.,  printer  with  Butler  &  Bowman,  res  Seventh 

nr  Harrison 


PIEDlVtOMT  SPRINTS  AN  EXCELbENJ  summer  and  winter  resort. 


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OAKLAND     [  P]   DIRECTORY.  365 

Pierce  James  E.,  carpenter,  res  767  Willow 

Pierce  John,  marble  cutter  with  Madden  &  Nunan,  res  cor 

Eighteenth  and  Linden 
Pierce  John  H.,  blacksmith,  res  N  s  Eighth  nr  Willow 
Pierce  Joseph,  fisherman  Oakland  Wharf,  res  S.  F. 
Pierce  Keuben,  res  SW  cor  Sixth  av  and  East  Tenth 
Pierce  — ,  with  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  1762  Goss 
Pierre  Ferdinand  J.,   sculptor  W.  D.  Co.,  res  N  s  Seventh 

bet  Pine  and  Wood 
Pierson  Charles  K.,  delivery  clerk  with  Wells,  Fargo  &Co., 

res  1061  Clay 
Pierson  George,  mining,  res  SW  cor  Clay  and  Twelfth 
Pierson  Louis  H.,  clerk  with  Gushing  &  Ryder,  res  SW  cor 

Twelfth  and  Clay 
Pietro  Boscoio,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Pietro  Rissa,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Pike  S.  B.,  insurance  agent  (S.  F.)  res  1302  Tenth 
Pilbeam  George  W.,  stairbuilder  W.  D.  Co.,  res  S.  F. 
Pilcher  W.  T.,  real  estate  (S.  F.)  res  Winsor  House 
Pillsbury  Enoch  L.,  blacksmith  Alameda  Iron  Works,  res 

W  s  Market  nr  Fourth 
Pimentel  Francisco  C,   laborer,  res  NW  cor  Atlantic  and 

Campbell 
Pinard  Noel,   carpenter,    res   W  s  Adeline  bet  First   and 

Third 
PINE  HENRY,  proprietor  Park  House,  NW  cor  University 

av  and  Third,  W.  B. 
Pine  M.  A.  Mrs.,  res  1005  Peralta 

Pinkerton  T.  H.,  physician,  office  and  res  570  Eleventh 
Pinkham  Ella  Miss,  teacher  Durant  School,  res  503  Eleventh 
PINKHAM    GEORGE,  groceries   and   liquors,  W  s  Tele- 
graph av  nr  Fiftieth,  Temescal 
Pinkham  George,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Pinkham  George  T.,   plasterer,  res  SE  cor  Temescal  and 

Telegraph  av 
Pinkham  P.,  carpenter,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 
Pinkham  Seth,  res  726  Fifteenth 
Pinkham  Willis  P.,  plasterer,  res  503  Eleventh 
Pinney  F.  M.  Mrs.,  res  NW  cor  Madison  and  Ninth 
Pinney  George  M.,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Pioda  Paul,  professor  University,  res  N  s  University  av  nr 

Shattuck,  B. 
PIONEER  CARPET  BEATING  MACHINE,  A.  Robinson 

proprietor,  519  Second 
PIONEER  CARRIAGE  FACTORY,  Sohst   Bros,   proprie- 
tors, NE  cor  Eighth  and  Franklin 


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WOODWARD  &  TAGGABT,  460  and  462  EIGHTH  STREET. 

366  OAKLAND    [P]    DIRECTORY. 

PIONEER  PLANING  MILL,  James  E.  Bletheu  proprie- 
tor, SW  cor  Broadway  and  First 

PIONEER  POTTERY,  Daniel  Brannan  proprietor,  cor  East 
Twelfth  and  Seventeenth  av 

Pipher  Stephen,  baggagemaster  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  906  Wash- 
ington 

Pirrie  William,  bookkeeper  with  John  Ziegenbein  &  Co. 
(S.  F.)  res  1263  Twelfth 

Pitman  William,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co. 

Pitts  George  H.  (Howe  &  Pitts,  S.  F.)  res  S  s  Seventeenth 
bet  West  and  Market 

Pitts  James  M.,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 

Pixley  Enoch,  carpenter,  res  Eland  House 

Place  Ella  Miss,  res  631  Fourteenth 

Place  J.  F.  (Berry  &  Place,  S  F.)  res  1019  Linden 

Place  Jennie  M.  Miss,  res  938  Filbert 

Plain  e  Nora  Miss,  res  819  Washington 

Planer  John,  proprietor  Redwood  City  House,  368  Seventh 

Plath  E.  L.,  helper  with  M.  W.  Allen 

Platner  J.,  rancher,  res  Winsor  House 

Platshek  Mark,  student  University 

Playter  E.  W.,  (Dunham,  Carrigan  &  Co.,  S.  F.)  res  1167 
Castro 

Plaza  Livery  and  Sale  Stable,  J.  W.  Moore  proprietor,  413 
Fourth 

PLOMTEAUX  H.  J.,  dentist,  NE  cor  Broadway  and  Tenth, 
res  820  Brown 

Plow  James,  carpenter,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 

Plummer  B.  S.,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Plummer  Daniel  A.,  res  1067  Thirteenth  av 

Plummer  James  W.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Lincoln  bet  Pine 
and  Wood 

PLUNKETT  JAMES  O,  atty-at-law  and  searcher  of  re- 
cords 954  Broadway,  res  W  s  Webster  nr  Sixth 

Plunkett  Westley,  law  student,  res  NE  cor  East  12th  and 
Twelfth  av 

Plymouth  Avenue  Congregational  Church,  N  s  Plymouth  av 
nr  Telegraph  av 

Pogue  W.  S.,  res  Winsor  House 

Poindexter  Robert  W.,  clerk  with  Latham  &  King  (S.  F.)  res 
1010  West 

Poinsett  William,  farmer,  res  E  s  Shattuck  nr  University  av, 
Berkeley 

Police  Court,  A.  H.  Jayne  judge,  office  City  Hall 

Pollard  Charles  H.,  secretary  Tribune  Publishing  Co.,  res 
572  Tenth 


A  Deautifnl  Slimmer  Home— PIEDMONT  SPRINGS 


THKKE  MILES  FROM 
OAKLAND. 


ICE  CREAM  MADE  TO  ORDER  at  GORDONS,  469   NINTH  ST. 


OAKLAND    [P]    DIRECTORY.  367 

Pollard  Thomas,  painter,  res  Second  nr  Summer 
Pollock  Robert,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  The  Home,  B. 
Pornroy  E.  H.,  widow,  res  955  Seventh 
Pornroy  B.  M.,  carpenter,  res  361  Tenth 
Pornroy  H.  B.,  bookkeeper,  res  1308  Webster 
Pool  Spencer,  res  818  Clay 

Poole  David,  master  mariner,  res  110  East  12th 
Poole  Ermentine  A.,  student  University 
Poole  Henry  C,  watchman  C.  P.  B.  B"  Wharf,  res  E  s  Wil- 
low nr  William 
Poole  Nancy  J.,  domestic  with  Eobert  G.  Davidson 
Poor  E.  A.,  res  1254  Webster 
POPE,  DAM  &  GREEN   (John  F.  Pope,  G.  W.  Dam  and 

A.  V.  Green)  real  estate  agents,  912  Broadway  and  436 

Montgomery,  S.  F. 
Pope  George  L.,  painter,  res  959  Third 
Pope  John  F.  (Pope  Dam  &  Green)  res  S.  F. 
Pope  J.  T.,  res  808  Jackson 

Pope  T.  E.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.)  res  1002  Chester 
Poppe  Eobert  A.,  student  University 
PORCH  HENRY  H,  proprietor  Stanford  Livery  and  Feed   I  go 

Stable,  N  s  Seventh  nr  Wood,  res  S  s  Lincoln  bet  Wil-    » 

low  and  Campbell  jj*. 

Porte  S.,  driver  with  M.  Mouret,  res  912  Franklin  |<*g 

Portello  Frank,  butcher  with   H.  M.  Ames,  res  N  s  Dalton 

av  nr  Stock  Yards 
Portello  Henry,  butcher,  res  Eoff 's  Hotel 
Portello  Manuel,  butcher,  res  East  Oakland  Hotel 
Porter  Able  W.,  clerk  with  C.  E.   Lewis  &   Co.,   res  1017     > 

Webster  ^ 

Porter  Herbert  D.,  salesman  with  C.  E.  Lewis  &  Co.,  res     ^ 

1017  Webster  g 

Porter  James  J.,  license  collector,  5  City  Hall,  res  S  s  Sev-     tj 

enteenth  nr  Jefferson  |  ^ 

Porter  James  E.,  dentist,  1068  Broadway,  rooms  3-5  g 

Porter  Sylva  A.  Mrs.,  res  1017  Webster  |  J 

Porter  — ,  carpenter,  res  N  s  University  av  nr  Sixth,  W.  B.    I  C 
Portman  Charles,  painter,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel  !  q 

Posey  A.  C,  physician,  office  and  res  1116  Broadway 
Posey  T.  E.,  manager  Cal.  Fire  and  Water  Proof  Paint  Co.,     ^ 

555  Broadway,  res  SW  cor  Grove  and  Walton  j  — 

Posseau  Salmon  B.,  teamster,  res  MW  cor  Locust  and  Web-   i  ^ 

ster  ;  g 

Post  C.  A.,  conductor  C.  P.  E.  E.,  res  SE  cor  Sixth  and 

Brush 
Post  C.  B.  Mrs.,  res  822  Brush 


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368  OAKLAND     [P]    DIRECTORY. 

Post  Hannah  H.  Mrs.,  res  NE  cor  Thirty-third  and  West 
Post  Offices,  John  Eliot  Benton  postmaster,  465  Ninth. 
Brooklyn — Thomas  Steeve  postmaster,  cor  Thirteenth  av 
and  East  12th.  West  Oakland — H.  Y.  Baker  postmas- 
ter, cor  Seventh  and  Pine.  Berkeley — S.  S.  Merrill 
postmaster,  N  s  Choate  nr  Bancroft  way.  West  Berke- 
ley— -James  S.  Higgins  postmaster,  SW  cor  San  Pablo 
av  and  Delaware.  North  Temescal — Elias  Gill  post- 
master, W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Temescal  creek 
POST   OFFICE    RESTAURANT,   J.   Marques  proprietor, 

459  Ninth 
Post  W.  V.,  painter,  res  El  Dorado  House 
Postlethwaite  Hartley,  blacksmith  with  Benjamin  Kneale, 

res  East  Oakland  Hotel 
Poston  E.  C.  Mrs.,  principal  Poston's  Seminary,  E  s   Oak 

bet  Tenth  and  Eleventh 
Pothier  Louis  (Boudreau  &  Pothier)  res  N  s  Third  nr  Broad- 
way 
POTRERO  BRICK  YARD  (P.  N.,  H.,  Edward  and  Frank 
Remillard  and  T.   Lamoureux)  offices   1055  Broadway, 
room  4,  City  Wharf,  and  Market-st  Wharf,  S.  F. 
Potter  Charles  S.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  opp  Jefferson 
Potter  E.  E.,  insurance  agent,  res  272  Eleventh 
Potter  George  C,  civil  engineer,  re3  junction  San  Pablo  and 

Telegraph  avs 
Potter  George  Hiram,  traveling  agent,  res  N  s  Edwards  nr 

Telegraph  av 
Potter  Henry  N.,  photographer  (S.  F.)  res  572  Sixteenth 
Potter  Herbert  B.,  carpenter,  res